Album artwork for Never Seen a Bad Picture of Debbie Harry by Mal-One

Mal-One’s first venture into 12’’ world pays homage to the great Debbie Harry and the Blondie Boys. The group back in the day had pushed the fact that they were a group and even had a badge that stated ‘Blondie is a Group!‘. But they seemed to succumb to the fact that Miss Harry was the focal point and most of their sleeves carried her picture. Who could blame them? as the song title says... Never Seen A Bad Picture of Debbie Harry.

The artwork is a Mal-One collage of Miss Harry, and the release carries a poster that Mal-One has again put up around London as part of his continuous street galley series. The track has a `Rapture’ inspired Rap in which Mal-One fires out as many Blondie track titles that he can piece together in the allotted time. This four-track record contains what Mal-One calls the “Punk Rock Disco Beat” continuous play of both sides may cause ‘Pogo Dancing’ and / or ‘Enjoyment’.

Mal-One

Never Seen a Bad Picture of Debbie Harry

Punk Art
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Album artwork for Never Seen a Bad Picture of Debbie Harry by Mal-One
12"

£11.99

Black
Limited to 500 copies
Released 18/11/2022Catalogue Number

MALONE12001

Mal-One

Never Seen a Bad Picture of Debbie Harry

Punk Art
Album artwork for Album artwork for Never Seen a Bad Picture of Debbie Harry by Mal-One by Never Seen a Bad Picture of Debbie Harry - Mal-One
Album artwork for Never Seen a Bad Picture of Debbie Harry by Mal-One
12"

£11.99

Black
Limited to 500 copies
Released 18/11/2022Catalogue Number

MALONE12001

Mal-One’s first venture into 12’’ world pays homage to the great Debbie Harry and the Blondie Boys. The group back in the day had pushed the fact that they were a group and even had a badge that stated ‘Blondie is a Group!‘. But they seemed to succumb to the fact that Miss Harry was the focal point and most of their sleeves carried her picture. Who could blame them? as the song title says... Never Seen A Bad Picture of Debbie Harry.

The artwork is a Mal-One collage of Miss Harry, and the release carries a poster that Mal-One has again put up around London as part of his continuous street galley series. The track has a `Rapture’ inspired Rap in which Mal-One fires out as many Blondie track titles that he can piece together in the allotted time. This four-track record contains what Mal-One calls the “Punk Rock Disco Beat” continuous play of both sides may cause ‘Pogo Dancing’ and / or ‘Enjoyment’.