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English Towns - The Stranglers - Stranglers IV No More Heroes (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Sep 21,  · ENGLISH TOWNS English Towns was kind of a filler. For No More Heroes, we needed one more song. But, in fact, it kind of summed up my thinking about life in England for us at the time. SCHOOL MAM School Mam was my riff but Hugh's lyrics about his experiences at a prep school in Guildford. He was sacked for being too friendly and taking acid with.
  2. English Towns - The Stranglers by ELGROOVER. Something Better Change - The Stranglers by ELGROOVER. The Stranglers-Down in the Sewer by TheDomPepe. The Stranglers - No More Heroes From the Album No More Heroes by WildwiNd GaRcia Raveninblack. The Stranglers - I Feel Like a Wog From the Album No More Heroes.
  3. "No More Heroes" is a song by The Stranglers, released as a single from their album of the same name. It is one of the group's most successful singles (featuring regularly both in greatest hits and punk/new wave compilation albums), having peaked at No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart.
  4. No More Heroes is the second studio album by English new wave band the Stranglers. It was released on 23 September , through record label United Artists, five months after their debut album, Rattus Norvegicus.
  5. UK and EUROPE released Friday, 2 March (9 March in the USA) - "No More Heroes" by THE STRANGLERS on Parlophone (Barcode ) is an Expanded Edition CD Reissue with Five Bonus Tracks/5(78).
  6. The band's early albums, Rattus Norvegicus, No More Heroes and Black and White, all released within a period of 13 months, were highly successful with the record-buying public and singles such as "Peaches", "Something Better Change" and "No More Heroes" became instant punk classics. Meanwhile, the band received a mixed reception from some critics because of their apparent sexist .
  7. Stranglers IV (Rattus Norvegicus), an Album by The Stranglers. Released 1 April on United Artists (catalog no. UAG ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Punk Rock. Featured peformers: Hugh Cornwell (guitar, backing vocals), J.J. Burnel (bass, backing vocals), Dave Greenfield (keyboards), Jet Black (drums, percussion), Martin Rushent (producer), Alan Winstanley (engineer), Doug Bennett.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Stranglers IV No More Heroes on Discogs. Label: Liberty - UAG • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo, Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Pop Rock4/5(27).
  9. The album’s eponymous track and one of The Strangler’s better known tunes, No More Heroes is a musing on the state of the world and it’s leaders.

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