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Album Chart of 1977


More feared than Russian Communism”, Britain’s Punk Rock movement – which essentially consisted of energetic adolescents with spiky hair and ripped jeans who were out for a laugh – were public enemy #1 in Britain ‘77. 568 more words

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The Stranglers - Nice 'n' Sleazy

From the fantastic ‘Black & White’ (1978); ‘Nice ‘n’ Sleazy’ is sturdy and confident with the trademark bass sound from Jean-Jacques Burnel. Brilliant!


The Stranglers - Genetix

One of the best songs from their 1979 album ‘The Raven’; ‘Genetix’ is spindly, tangled, yet hypnotic. In amongst all of this is also a song from a band who, in The Sentinel’s opinion, is still underrated when there’s talk of Post Punk/New Wave.


That Summer Feeling #29

Of course, if I’m going to describe a song as sounding like The Stranglers (and now I think about it, I’m not sure how much water that comparison holds), it would be remiss of me not to post their own stab at a summer record. 50 more words

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The Stranglers - Hey! (Rise Of The Robots)

This is from the band’s classic 1978 album ‘Black & White’, and is the kind of track that will bring a smile to your face no matter what. 10 more words


An Attempted Moustache

As I get older I become more and more aware that my misguided and mostly wasted youth was spent ignoring completely, or simply complaining about, the vast majority of music. 1,488 more words


The Chain #11

Afternoon all.

So, I  left you last week with “I’ll Be There For You” by The Rembrandts and asked you to suggest songs that linked to it. 1,621 more words

The Chain