Blondie opens vaults for a hefty box set celebrating cool


              FILE - Clem Burke, from left, Debbie Harry and Rob Roth attend a screening of "Blondie: Vivir En La Habana" during the 20th Tribeca Festival in New York on June 16, 2021. The band is releasing a box set  “Blondie: Against the Odds, 1974-1982,” with 124 tracks and 36 previously unissued recordings, demos, outtakes and Blondie’s initial six studio albums. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)
            
              This image released by UMe and The Numero Group shows the box set cover art for “Blondie: Against the Odds, 1974-1982,” with 124 tracks and 36 previously unissued recordings, demos, outtakes and Blondie’s initial six studio albums. (UMe and The Numero Group via AP)
            
              FILE - Deborah Harry, the lead singer of the New York punk band Blondie, appears at the 1980 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 27, 1980. The band is releasing a box set  “Blondie: Against the Odds, 1974-1982,” with 124 tracks and 36 previously unissued recordings, demos, outtakes and Blondie’s initial six studio albums. (AP Photo, File)
            
              FILE - Clem Burke, from left, Deborah Harry and Chris Stein, members of the rock group Blondie, pose for a photo in New York, on April 8, 2004. The band is releasing a box set  “Blondie: Against the Odds, 1974-1982,” with 124 tracks and 36 previously unissued recordings, demos, outtakes and Blondie’s initial six studio albums. (AP Photo/Justin Walters, File)
Blondie opens vaults for a hefty box set celebrating cool