The set list of the Debravation Tour featured an offbeat selection of Harry material including the previously unreleased track Close Your Eyes from and Ordinary Bummer from the Stein-produced Iggy Pop album Zombie Birdhouse , a track that, under the moniker Adolph's Dog, Blondie covered in Blondie the Wind in the Willows the Jazz Passengers. They reveled in everything that everyone who hated New York feared — the noise, the dirt, the crime. When Debbie Harry saw one lying upside down on a midtown Manhattan street in , she thought, what a great place for a photo shoot!
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