Hugh Cornwell and Jim Drury of Reuters Television
"It's the atmosphere in which you play. The atmosphere in The Stranglers was very tense most of the time and I can relax and enjoy what I'm doing more"
The Punk edition of Channel 4’s weekly “Top Ten” program features interviews with both JJ and Hugh, plus live footage.
"And the reason why it has a different title is because … this is record companies for you … as soon as the English record company found out that Vel Vel was going to release it here, they tried to flood America with imports of the UK version. So we managed to get that stopped, so with that in mind we decided that it should really be changed to make it distinct from the UK version."
Interview: Something never changed
""London audiences can be a bit cooI," he admits next day, "a bit subdued. And I can get a little cantankerous about that. It's one of my weaknesses. If I have to intimidate an audience to get a reaction, then I will.""
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