Talking Heads: David Byrne, ca 1984
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lovesick-blueboy:

Orange Juice, reclining in Ashley Lane, Glasgow, circa 1980-81.
Photo/page from Born Yesterday, photographer uncredited.
Source: C86 & All That: Indie 1983-86.

lovesick-blueboy:

Orange Juice, reclining in Ashley Lane, Glasgow, circa 1980-81.

Photo/page from Born Yesterday, photographer uncredited.

Source: C86 & All That: Indie 1983-86.

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Blondie: Debbie Harry, New York Rocker, 1977

Blondie: Debbie Harry, New York Rocker, 1977

zombiesenelghetto:

Punk/New Wave girls at the Starwood, LA 1980.

zombiesenelghetto:

Punk/New Wave girls at the Starwood, LA 1980.

Television, photos by Roberta Bayley, Rock Scene #6, 1977

Television, photos by Roberta Bayley, Rock Scene #6, 1977

DEVO, posing in a skatepark in Pomona, ca 1980-81
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DEVO, posing in a skatepark in Pomona, ca 1980-81

Happy Birthday Debbie Harry!! (July 1, 1945)
photo by Brian Duffy, 1977 (via)

Happy Birthday Debbie Harry!! (July 1, 1945)

  • photo by Brian Duffy, 1977 (via)
Debbie Harry upstairs at Max’s Kansas City, photo by Paul Zone, 1975
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Debbie Harry upstairs at Max’s Kansas City, photo by Paul Zone, 1975

Debbie Harry, photo by Gus Stewart, London, ca 1978

Debbie Harry, photo by Gus Stewart, London, ca 1978

David Byrne, journalist Lisa Robinson, and Ramones manager Danny Fields in Paris, during the Talking Heads/Ramones European tour, 1977
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David Byrne, journalist Lisa Robinson, and Ramones manager Danny Fields in Paris, during the Talking Heads/Ramones European tour, 1977

Tom Verlaine of Television with journalists Cameron Crowe and Lisa Robinson backstage at The Whisky, photo by Andrew Kent, LA, 1977
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Tom Verlaine of Television with journalists Cameron Crowe and Lisa Robinson backstage at The Whisky, photo by Andrew Kent, LA, 1977

DEVO by Masayoshi Sukita, Tokio 1979

DEVO by Masayoshi Sukita, Tokio 1979

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Talking Heads: Tina Weymouth, late 1970s
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Blondie: Debbie Harry by Martin Goddard, 1978