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Limited 180gm vinyl LP repressing of this classic album from the new wave icons. Autoamerican is the fifth studio album by Blondie. It was released in November 1980 and reached #3 in the UK charts, #7 in the US, and #8 in Australia. The album was a radical departure for the band, with opening track "Europa" setting the pace. The track is a dramatic instrumental overture featuring orchestral arrangements and ending with vocalist Debbie Harry declaiming a passage about automobile culture over an electronic soundtrack. Besides rock and pop tracks, the band explored a wide range of other musical genres: "Here's Looking at You" and "Faces" show jazz and blues influences, the reggae hit "The Tide Is High" was a cover of The Paragons' 1967 Jamaican ska hit, whereas "Rapture" combined funk, rock, jazz, and even saw them embracing the then emerging genre of rap. The closing track, "Follow Me", was a cover of a torch song from Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's 1960 Broadway musical Camelot.
Europa 3:31 , Live It Up 4:09 , Here's Looking at You 2:58 , The Tide Is High 4:39 , Angels on the Balcony 3:47 , Go Through It 2:40 , Do the Dark 3:51 , Rapture 6:30 , Faces 3:51 , T-Birds 3:56 1 Walk Like Me 3:44 1, Follow Me 3:01