SPILL ALBUM REVIEW: HUGH CORNWELL – MONSTER
"Cornwell is a genius and Monster is just another example of his brilliant work."
Hugh Cornwell, Monster. Album Review
"Monster is massive in its ideal and range, never doubt the integrity of Hugh Cornwell and his belief in standing outside of the easy route ..."
Hugh Cornwell – Monster
"Monster is a lyrically strong and musically adventurous yet cohesive album – and it sounds amazing on vinyl, with the volume cranked up."
The Stranglers’ secret recordings as Celia and the Mutations, 1977
"Celia was a new face, but there were clues to the identity of her backing band"
CD: Dr John Cooper Clarke and Hugh Cornwell - This Time It's Personal
"A big hand for Hugh Cornwell and Dr John Cooper Clarke as they trip down memory lane, with Clarke singing and Cornwell handling all the guitars – deftly, with plenty of reverb, and leaving plenty of space around him."
Let's not forget all that Europe has done to improve British men
"In 1979 I bought a pretty awful album called Euroman Cometh, an attempt by The Stranglers’ Franco-English (or is that Anglo-French?) bassist Jean-Jacques Burnel to go solo. Songs like ‘Do the European’, ‘Eurospeed’ and ‘Euromess’ didn’t work for me and I don’t think they worked for Burnel either. Since then he’s stuck to bass-playing, karate and swearing at people."