The Gun Club's singer was an ardent fan, emulating Harry's hairstyle and founding the West Coast Blondie Fan Club, before becoming friends with the band in New York.
Stein and Harry became friends, lovers and bandmates, but he also became something of a personal photographer, capturing her every move.
One night while in New York, the two men let her know they were looking for cocaine, as their dealer had suddenly died, so Harry produced a gram that she had lying around.
Riding the crest of disco's domination, the track made No.
The album was not as successful as their previous works, and a world tour was cut short due to slow ticket sales.
She moved on from Hawthorne High School in 1963.