Hugh Cornwell heeft het nog
"Na de pauze worden de oudere punkliefhebbers, derde generatie punks zijn er trouwens ook, op hun wenken bediend met eeen integraal gespeeld No More Heroes . Een mijlpaal van een plaat in de geschiedenis van de punk."Hans Schoo's photostream
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No more heroes
" All those years ago. He was old then. As a teenager doing A-levels I remember being more shocked by the fact that he was 30 than by the fact that he shouted out the word clitoris on Rattus Norvegicus."
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Concert review: Hugh Cornwell at the O2 Academy Islington
" It’s an interesting exercise in the transformative power of crowds because frankly – and as objectively as I can manage – the new album is not really so different from the old."Hugh Cornwell O2 Academy, Islington
"Cornwell was greeted by a lot of fans, more in fact than at Cornwell’s previous gig at the same venue. Which made me wonder whether they all gathered to check out his new album, or whether they flocked together for old times sake and to listen to Cornwell’s take on The Stranglers golden brownies."gjlogan's photostream
Sound check Totem and Taboo
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"No one dare mention they were friendly with us let alone influenced by us!": 5 minutes with The Stranglers
"I think we almost lost track of what we were about a few years ago but fortunately it was only a passing phase."
Hugh Goes There
“There has been word from the Stranglers camp that they can’t believe what I have done with some of the songs, so it’s great that I am shocking the Stranglers! What more could you ask for?”
Hugh Cornwell interviewed on Barry Gribbles ‘Tunes to make you Breathe more easily’ show on The Source FM
Hugh Cornwell : Manchester Academy : live review of former Stranglers frontman
"It’s a positive endorsement that the room is as full for this set as it will be for the subsequent set of Stranglers material."
I Want One Of Those
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Live Review // Hugh Cornwell @ Cockpit
"“Have you ever been on a Ferry? To France? Alone?” asks the dishevelled lighting technician in front of me. A titter goes round the audience. “What?” I think. “Is that a joke?” This was the first of many impenetrable aspects of Hugh Cornwell’s Cockpit gig on Thursday night."
I Feel Like A Wog
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Interview: Ruth Lawson chats to Hugh Cornwell
“I would rather play my stuff but the Stranglers are part of my life. You can’t deny where you come from, it’s like family ties or roots – it’s not healthy to deny things so I’m quite willing to play a proportion of old stuff as long as I’m not expected to play it exactly as it sounded originally.”