The Stranglers

The Stranglers are an English rock band, formed in 1974 by guitarist–singer Hugh Cornwell. They rose to prominence with the 1977 albums Rattus Norvegicus and No More Heroes and the UK hits “Peaches,” “Grip,” “Something Better Change,” and “No More Heroes.” Their early sound is characterized by grimy guitar tones, arpeggiated keyboard runs, and the […]

J.J. Burnel ‎– Euroman Cometh (1979)

Euroman Cometh is a solo album by Stranglers bassist J.J. Burnel, released in 1979 on United Artists. Tracklist: A1. “Euroman” (3:28) A2. “Jellyfish” (2:55) A3. “Freddie Laker (Concorde and Eurobus)” (3:30)* A4. “Euromess” (3:50) A5. “Deutschland Nicht Uber Alles” (4:39) B1. “Do the European” (4:28) B2. “Tout Comprendre” (3:08) B3. “Triumph (of the Good City)” […]

The Stranglers ‎– Black and White (1978)

Black and White is the third album by English art-rock/New Wave band The Stranglers, released in 1978 on United Artists. The first 75,000 copies of the album were packaged with an additional three-song, white-vinyl 7″. A&M issued the album stateside on b&w marble vinyl. Tracklist: White side: A1. “Tank” (2:54) A2. “Nice ‘n Sleazy” (3:11) […]