Review: “The Fall and Rise of Hugh Cornwell”
"There’s enough classy snark spiking out of the opener “Leave Me Alone” on Strangler Hugh Cornwell’s solo album “The Fall and Rise of Hugh Cornwell,” that it’s hard not to like it."
Hugh Cornwell to play charity fundraiser for Lighthouse Weston-super-Mare
"I came away thinking that I never want to do that. It’s so showbizzy, so lacking in spirit, so lacking in imagination."
BBC Radio Jersey
Hugh Cornwell talks to Tony Gillham
HUGH CORNWELL in Berlin http://t.co/y1ZXdKQArP pic.twitter.com/PaxFNdAW7m— cute and dangerous (@cute_mag) October 1, 2015
Hugh Cornwel Interview
"He had to pretend to be me when singing the old songs and then he had a few fixations with other artists as well. Very complicated. So I wasn't surprised that didn't work."
Hugh Cornwell Part 1 : Why The Stranglers weren’t really punks Hugh Cornwell recalls how The Stranglers got caught up in the punk movement of the 1970s http://bbc.in/2ejcbZJ Hugh Cornwell Part 2: The Stranglers’ early days and Golden Brown Hugh
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One Burning Desire / Leave Me Alone / Hot Cat On A Tin Roof
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