In 1975, before Blondie, Debbie Harry's Stilettos did a cover of "Out in the Streets," the Shangri-Las' mid-'60s lamentation for a recovering bad boy: "He don't comb his hair like he did before, he don't wear those dirty old black boots no more . . . something's missing inside, something's died, his heart is out in the streets." He's the real deal, but he's sold out, and he did it for her. Cleaned up, he's lost his edge. She knows she's gotta let him go, for his sake. Bands work the same way: When they experiment, change, branch out, fans... More >>>