Live is the second live album by the band Blondie released in 1999 in the US and in 2000 in the UK. As of August 9 2005 it has sold 129,000 copies in United States. The album was recorded during Blondie's successful 1998-99 comeback tour in support of their latest album, No Exit, and features all their best-known songs, including "Atomic", "The Tide Is High", "Call Me", and "Heart of Glass", as well as the 1999 UK "Maria".
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Album · 1999 · 17 Songs. With the addition of guitarist Paul Carbonara and bassist Leigh Foxx to the original quartet, Blondie run through their catalog of hits with the passion of a group that had reformed for a reason. Their 1999 album No Exit presented a very different, inspired group in the studio, but on stage they were determined to give the fans what they wanted. The new songs Screaming Skin, Forgive and Forget, Maria, Under the Gun, and No Exit fit nicely next to the expected tunes like Dreaming, Call Me, Rapture, Heart of Glass, and their cover of The Nerves’ Hanging on the Telephone.
Hanging On the Telephone (Live), 02:22. The Tide Is High (Live), 04:04. Call Me (Live), 04:40. Rapture (Live), 06:24. Rip Her to Shreds (Live), 03:20. One Way or Another (Live), 03:38.
Considering what a turkey 1999's No Exit was, a live LP from its tour is a bright idea. Why not reestablish that Blondie was once an awfully good group: a '77 new wave/power pop delight that evolved into one of the few AM Top 40 radio pleasures from 1979-1980, and a most entertaining stage band. Besides, they never released a live record. As it happens, Live surpasses all expectations. Culled from six big 1999 concerts, including the mammoth .
Released date 16 November 2004. Labels Eagle Rock Entertainment. Members owning this album7.
On May 7, 2004, A & E broadcast "Blondie - Live By Request". The format of this TV show was such that viewers called in and requested a specific song, which the band then performed live. In September 2004, Sanctuary Records released the CD version of this performance. Titled 'Live By Request', this album contains 2 bonus tracks that were not aired in the original live broadcast. The subsequent Japanese version was expanded to include an additional 5 bonus tracks.