55 The Doors vs. 74 Blondie

The Doors are legendary for both classic songs and Jim Morrison being maybe the ultimate rock star. Songs like “The End” and “Light My Fire” have stood the test of time, as have Morrison’s poetry-inspired lyrics, drug and alcohol binges, on-stage arrests, and the mystique of his untimely death.

Blondie rose to fame with the punk and new wave trends of the late 1970s, but also experimented with raggae, disco, and even rap. Along the way they released several hits and Debbie Harry became an icon. Blondie broke up in 1982 but reformed in 1997. By the way, I chose this video months ago.

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  1. #1 by Rhanda on May 19, 2011 - 4:59 pm

    I freakin hate the Doors.

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