Life still peachy for The Stranglers
"WITH songs like their infamously raunchy 'Peaches', it's not hard to imagine a band like The Stranglers 'getting up people's noses' in 1974."
Photos: BLONDIE w/ THE STRANGLERS and THE DRAB DOO RIFFS at Trusts Stadium, Thursday 29 Nov 2012 – photos by Danielle Bolton
Blondie / The Stranglers – Trusts Stadium, Auckland November 30, 2012
"Though Warne is guilty of some ‘dad dancing’ he and the rest of the band captivate the crowd, who shout for more when The Stranglers leave the stage."
Blondie, rock'n'roll queen
"The Stranglers' set was powerful and they definitely showed glimpses of the scene they emerged from."
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The Stranglers - anything but punk
"But whatever you do, don't call them a punk band"
Sunday Drive's Angus catches up with JJ Burnel and Baz Warne of The Stranglers
Album Review: The Stranglers - Giants (2012 LP)
"True to their usual approach of not dwelling on a style ad nauseam, The Stranglers have once again produced a unique album in Giants that draws from a myriad of styles including, but not limited to Punk, Tango, the Blues, Country, and even Metal."
She's Golden Brown: Pippa Middleton shines in a high-waisted metallic skirt at jewellery party
"The Stranglers 1981 track Golden Brown was arguably the British band's most successful single."
The Stranglers: “We outsoldThe Clash, we outsold The SexPistols"
"The Stranglers may lay claim to one of the most commercially successful songs about heroin ever, but their legacy runs deeper than their 1981 hit single ‘Golden Brown’"
Legendary punk rockers up for big gig in Mackay
"Mr Bjelke-Petersen took a dislike to us and sent in storm troopers to bust up our gigs ..."
Bathing in their glorious isolation
"The difference is the Sex Pistols are a boy band who've managed to master one record in 35 years and are a bit of a comedy act, and we're not seen in that way yet."
Steve Lamacq show on BBC 6 Music – JJ Burnel and Jet Black from the Stranglers join us to talk about the making of their 1978 album Black and White, our Classic Album of the Day
Ships That Pass In The Night
Totem & Taboo
Jo Whiley presents a special all-music edition including new books by, or about, Mick Jagger, Pete Townshend and John Lennon. Hugh Cornwell plays a track from his new album.