Icons Blondie Unleash Deep Cut Demo “I Love You Honey, Give Me A Beer” From 1980 Autoamerican Sessions.

Icons Blondie unleash deep cut demo “I Love You Honey, Give Me A Beer” from 1980 Autoamerican sessions.

Blondie has unveiled thee unheard track as the original demo for what became their song “Go Through It,” the closing track from Autoamerican. Now that demo will be included on the forthcoming box set entitled, Blondie: Against The Odds 1974-1982, out August 26!

According to reports, "the demo version of the song is thought to have been written for the 1980 Alan Rudolph film Roadie, which featured Blondie’s members in their first acting roles alongside Alice Cooper, Meat Loaf and Hank Williams Jr., among other musicians. The boxed set disc on which “I Love You Honey” appears is titled Coca-Cola, a nod to the original intended name for Autoamerican, and includes provisional early artwork featuring the famed soda company’s logo."

We are enthused to learn much of the unreleased material was rescued from guitarist Chris Stein’s barn in Woodstock, N.Y., where it sat for two decades.

Press play on all the old/new findings right below!


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