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60. Something for the Weekend: The Stranglers “Down in the Sewer (live)”

A mainstay of the mid-1970s punk scene, Guildford four-piece The Stranglers were often considered the illegitimate cousin of punk with an early output can be viewed as an odd breed, born out by lyrics and themes that occasionally fell into crass misogyny mixed with curiously intellectualised misanthropy. Continue reading

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35. Something for the Weekend: The Stranglers “Rok it to the Moon”

Lambasted by some at the time for not being a “proper punk band” due to their pub-rock origins, the Stranglers are one of the last surviving bands from the first generation of punk. Continue reading

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