As a teenage boy in the late-70s there were only three pin-up posters to have on your wall. Farrah Fawcett from Charlie’s Angels, Joanna Lumley sporting her Purdy bob and the peroxide locks of Blondie. I had all three super size Athena posters, along with another unidentified blond scratching her bare bum on a tennis court! But it was Debbie Harry that stole my heart with her pure seductive pleas mixed with punk attitude. 27 years after hitting the chart top spot ‘Heart Of Glass’ returns subtly updated by Edison: little’s changed, just a few drops, breaks and funkier twists on what will always be this schoolboy’s number one
pin up.

5 Out Of 5

Reviewed By: Lewis Dene