In 1980, Blondie was recording at Western Recorders on Sunset
Boulevard in Hollywood when a car came crashing through the studio wall.
A guy named Jeff was having an argument with his girlfriend Sue, and he
lost control of the car and rammed it through the wall.
Nobody was hurt, according to KROQ deejay and longtime scene
person Rodney BIngenheimer, but the incident prompted Blondie to write a
song, "Suzy and Jeffrey," which was the non-LP flip side of "The
Tide Is High" (from the 1980 album Autoamerican).