Blondie marks 40th anniversary with new music

Blondie marks 40th anniversary with new music

40 YEARS OF BLONDIE:Debbie Harry and Blondie performing last month. Photo: Associated Press

Rockers Blondie are set to celebrate their 40th anniversary by releasing a two-disc set featuring new music.

“Blondie 4(0) Ever” will hit stores in May and will include collaborations with members of Gossip, Miss Guy, Systema Solar and Los Rakas.

The first disc, “Ghosts of Download,” will be the band’s 10th studio album and the second record, “Deluxe Redux: Greatest Hits,” will feature new studio recordings of hit Blondie songs including “Heart of Glass,” “Rapture” and “One Way or Another.”

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