Debbie Harry: A Chat with the Punk Pop Queen!
Barney Hoskyns, Daily Express, 2000
WHAT A difference a year makes. The last time I spoke with Debbie Harry she was gearing up for the release of the first Blondie album in over fifteen years and seemed anxious, preoccupied, remote. Now shes relaxed, playful, funny, and sprawled on a sofa in Kensingtons Royal Garden Hotel with a broad grin on her famous face.
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