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The Stranglers - Feline (Red Vinyl)

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English rock band (New Wave, Punk, Rock), formed as the Guildford Stranglers on 11 September 1974 in Guildford, Surrey, UK. Originally comprised of [a138932] (vocals, guitar), [a152001] (bass, vocals), [url=]Brian Duffy[/url] aka [a432127] (drums) and [a2442678] (keys); Wärmling left the band when he moved back to Sweden in 1975 and was replaced with [a257111]. The Stranglers' early sound was driven by Burnel's melodic bass, but also gave prominence to Greenfield's keyboards. Their early music was also characterised by the growling vocals and sometimes misanthropic lyrics of both Burnel and Cornwell. Briefly, in 1977, the band would be billed as [url=]the Mutations[/url], where they would be fronted by vocalist [a314007]. This only lasted [url=]one single[/url]; by the time the [url=]second single[/url] had released, only Burnel was still in the Mutations, featuring only on the A-side. Cornwell left in 1990 to pursue a solo career, being replaced by [url=]Paul Roberts[/url] on vocals and [url=]John Ellis[/url] on guitar. During live gigs in this era, Roberts sung tracks traditionally performed by Burnel. Ellis left the band in 2000, passing the reigns to guitarist [a629600]; when Roberts left the group in 2006 over disagreements during the recording of Suite XVI, Warne was promoted to lead vocalist also, rerecording the tracks already recorded by Roberts alongside Burnel. Jet Black started experiencing health issues in 2007 that caused him to miss gigs; technician [url=]Ian Barnard[/url] played in such instances. Black's live role was lessened in the 2013 tour, with [a4000000] playing the first halves of UK gigs and solely playing US gigs. Black played no gigs following March 2015, officially retiring in 2018; Macaulay's role as Black's replacement was officiated in 2016. After contracting COVID-19 in hospital, Dave Greenfield died on the 3rd of May 2020. Following the release of Dark Matters, [a568270] became the band's new keyboardist for their final full tour in 2021-2022. Jet Black died in December 2022.

Released: 2023-03-03
Label: BMG
Country: Europe

A1 Midnight Summer Dream
A2 It's A Small World
A3 Ships That Pass In The Night
A4 The European Female
B1 Let's Tango In Paris
B2 Paradise
B3 All Roads Lead To Rome
B4 Blue Sister
B5 Never Say Goodbye
Bonus LP
C1 European Female (Radio Edit)
C2 Midnight Summer Dream (Special Single Mix)
C3 Paradise (Radio Edit)
C4 Pãwshēr
C5 Permission
D1 Midnight Summer Dream (Special 12" Mix)
D2 Savage Breast
D3 (The Strange Circumstances Which Lead To) Vladimir & Olga (Requesting Rehabilitation In A Siberian Health Resort As A Result Of Stress In Furthering The People's Policies)
D4 Aural Sculpture Manifesto