Andrew Lauder signs the Stranglers to United Artists
The Stranglers: Forty years of no more heroes
"More often than not, I’d ask the girls in the crowd if we could sleep on their floors. If they were pretty and we ended up in their bedrooms, all the better. If not, we slept in the van. We had some cold nights in that old van."
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Over 2 a day session, funded by by Andrew Bailey of Bell Records, in 1976 The Stranglers recorded 3 demo tracks at Pebble Beach Studio in Worthing.
(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)
Go Buddy Go
These 3 recordings appear on the 1992 album ’74-75-76 Rare Live & Unreleased’
Dave Greenfield had previously frequented the former Saturn Studio with Rusty Butler.
"One of the most bizarre regular gigs was The Speakeasy, in Margaret Street, the late night hangout for the musical elite, and impossible to get into unless you were playing there."
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