ABOUT THIS ITEM
Debbie Harry and Chris Stein's pop crossover genius is rightly lauded due to the insight of "Rapture" and its hip hop-disco touches, but it was on 1978's "Heart Of Glass" where the lines between their new wave and disco influences first converged. Powered by a simple kick and sequenced bassline, this is electro-disco-not-disco with big pop appeal. Just the opening beat box rhythm will have the hair on the back of your neck standing up and make you wish you were riding high on love's true bluish light along with Debbie. this 12" also includes and instrumental for creative DJ types, and "Rifle Range".