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Rarities is a compilation album by The Stranglers. It was released by EMI, who had acquired the back catalogue of the Stranglers' former record labels United Artists and Liberty. Celia and the Mutations are The Stranglers backing Celia Gollin.
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Back in the 80's, I heard my first Stranglers song SKIN DEEP on MTV. The song stuck with me, but I never did pursue getting a Stranglers album. Finally, I picked up their greatest hits album. I went to SKIN DEEP first and once again enjoyed this song. However, I /5().
Jul 16, · I listened to ‘No More Heroes’ on a cassette Clare made for me. So, a few months later, when I had some birthday money, I went out and bought the new Stranglers album, ‘Black and White’. Proudly, I announced the fact to Clare, who gave me a death stare and berated me for being such an idiot when The Stranglers were such bastard sexist pigs.
Mar 07, · Actually, the Stranglers' sound first changed somewhat on the album The Raven, which is one of my favourites, and they went on with their last two UA albums The men in black and La Folie. Especially the latter one can be recommended as a whole, but if you like Always the sun, albums like the aforemented Feline and Aural sculpture (their.
The Stranglers dialed back their busy schedule a bit, and waited until September to bring out their fourth LP, The Raven, which initially appeared with a limited-edition 3-D cover. The album was another commercial success in the U.K., charting at number two, but wasn't released in the United States after A&M severed ties with the band.