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Bitching - The Stranglers - No More Heroes (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Bitching - The Stranglers - No More Heroes (CD, Album)

  1. Vim says:
    Label: EMI - 5 2 5,EMI - • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Punk The Stranglers - No More Heroes (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  2. Negrel says:
    The single "No More Heroes" was a monster – an anthem of the British New Wave and pummelled the album up the UK LP charts into No. 2 – two places better than the debut. There were few bands using the offensive word gollywog in a chorus – yet when The Stranglers do so - they come at you with a righteous anger felt by the disenfranchised as /5(96).
  3. Akigrel says:
    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.
  4. Gujin says:
    The Stranglers "Bitching": No More Heroes. Peasant In The Big Shitty. Burning Up Time. English Towns. School Mam. 5 Minutes ( Bonus Track) Straighten Out ( Bonus Track) Five Minutes ( Bonus Track) Rok It To The Moon ( Bonus Track) album: "Giants" () Freedom Is Insane. Giants. Lowlands. Boom Boom. My Fickle Resolve. Time.
  5. Fenrigul says:
    Rattus Norvegicus, the Stranglers' first album (and first of two in ), was hardly a punk rock classic, but it outsold every other punk album and remains a pretty good chunk of art-punk. On the other hand, No More Heroes, recorded three months later and released in September , is faster, nastier, and siofromventlitagogg.penviverexviserbotysbowlpimanri.infoinfo this point the Stranglers were on top of their game, and the ferocity and 9/
  6. Dimi says:
    No More Heroes The Stranglers. Released September 23, No More Heroes Tracklist. 1. I Feel Like a Wog Lyrics. 2. Bitching Lyrics. 3. Dead Ringer Album Credits.
  7. Dit says:
    "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.. The song's lyrics refer to several historical figures, including Elmyr de Hory, Leon Trotsky, Lenny Bruce, William.

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