Autoamerican is probally Blondie's most experimental album, which is to say, it's full of great variety. Some 20 years on, rock fans can appreciate Blondie for not only being creative and original, but just so talented in their drive for music diversity. Tracks like "Rapture", "Tide is High", "Faces" and "Angels on the Balcony" are outstanding. Blondie scored 2 American #1 Singles off "AutoAmerican" in 1980/81 with "The Tide is High and Rapture". In fact Blondie introduced Reggae and Rap to millions around the world, where very few people ever heard of Reggae, not to mention the then bubbling under Rap/Hip Hop culture starting to form. Blondie's "Rapture" is probally the most creative song of the 1980's, it's catchy, it's musically even, and creative in it's lyrics, everything that rock is suppose to be about. Autoamerican is often bashed for being too diverse, I argue that this is one of the most under rated gems in rock. It's a solid album, if it wasn't it would not have produced 2 of Rock Music's finest and most popular songs of all time.