Despite being released near the height of Blondie’s radio popularity (and a wicked-cool album cover by H.R. Giger), Debby Harry’s first solo album went pretty much nowhere. But it did have this chart-friendly, Cold War-themed bubblegum track which… also went pretty much nowhere, topping at #82 on the pop charts. You’d think a collaboration between Harry and studio production-meisters Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards would have led to massive sales, but they never happened.
Thirty years later though, The Jam Was Moving still has a spot on my playlist called “Silly Things I’m Not Ashamed to Admit I Still Like.”
And here’s that Giger art.
Pretty tame by his standards, really.
Now enjoy the slick-pop funkalicious electronic sound.