The Stranglers’ third album Black and White in full.
4. Peaches – Jean-Jacques Burnel, The Stranglers (1977)
"Jean-Jacques Burnel is not a man to be trifled with ..."
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"
XL Video Celebrates The ‘Big Ruby’ with The Stranglers
"XL Video is assisting maverick rockers The Stranglers celebrate a remarkable 40 years in the music industry ..."
The Stranglers feiern 40 Jahre Punk
"Unverwüstlich ist auch ihr schwarzer Humor - so posiert Jet Black, zuletzt wegen schwerer Herzprobleme im zwischenzeitlichen Ruhestand, auf jüngsten Promofotos mit Sauerstoffmaske. Sie hat noch Saft, diese olle Zitrone namens Punkrock. The Stranglers sind der lebende Beweis dafür."
The Stranglers feared occult threats during album recording
" Punk stars THE STRANGLERS feared they were targeted by a sinister secret organisation as they worked on an alien-themed album while experimenting with drugs."
BBC 6 Music - and the Stranglers - go to the Proms
"Why are the Stranglers representing a radio station that so proudly champions new music? The drummer, Jet Black, is 73"
The flag-waving finale, the majesty of the Albert Hall, Wagner versus...the Stranglers? The Proms just got weirder and better
"The Stranglers, Cerys Matthews and Laura Marling appear with the London Sinfonietta (live on Radio 3 and 6 Music) in a celebration of contemporary music from punk to experimental composers Edgard Varèse and Luciano Berio."
The Stranglers' 'Giants' getting U.S. release, touring here for first time in 16 years (dates, stream)
"The Stranglers will be touring this spring, their first visit to the United States since 1997."
The Stranglers and Portishead among music heavyweights backing purchase of Bath pub
"Stranglers bass guitarist, Jean Jacques Burnel, told the Chronicle: “The Stranglers have always had a connection with Bath and The Bell is a favoured haunt when we are in town. We feel that it's important to support it as a musical institution in Bath.”"