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Album Chart of 1977

DEATH TO THE SEX PISTOLS

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!

Classic

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.

Post-Punk

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

That Summer Feeling

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

Classic

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

Music

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