The Stranglers - Hits And Heroes mp3 album
Title: Hits And Heroes
Style: New Wave, Punk
Date of release: 1999
Country: UK & Europe
Size MP3: 1567 mb
Size FLAC: 1135 mb
Format: WMA VQF VOX MP1 DMF AC3 AIFF
Авторы текста и музыки. Black J, Dave Greenfield, Hugh Cornwell, JeanJacques Burnel. WMG (от лица компании "100 Hits"); CMRRA, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutor - UMPG, Sony ATV Publishing, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor, PEDL, UBEM, Warner Chappell, UMPI, EMI Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (5). Композиция. Peasant In The Big Shitty.
No More Heroes is the second studio album by English new wave band the Stranglers. It was released on 23 September 1977, through record label United Artists, five months after their debut album, Rattus Norvegicus. No More Heroes was produced by Martin Rushent. The album consists of new material with three songs left over from the Rattus Norvegicus sessions ("Something Better Change", "Bitching" and "Peasant in the Big Shitty").
No More Heroes" is a song by The Stranglers, released as a single from their album of the same name. It is one of the group's most successful singles (featuring regularly both in greatest hits and punk/new wave compilation albums), having peaked at No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart. The song's lyrics refer to several historical figures, including Elmyr de Hory, Leon Trotsky, Lenny Bruce, William Shakespeare and fictional character Sancho Panza.
Band Name The Stranglers. Album Name No More Heroes. Data de lançamento 23 Setembro 1977. Labels United Artists Records Albion Music. 5. Bring on the Nubiles. 6. Something Better Change. 8.
Tracks] The UA Singles '77-'79 Hits and Heroes Stranglers & Friends Peaches: The Very Best of the Stranglers The Very Best Stranglers Album Ever Gold Collection Under the Influence Coast to Coast No More Heroes The Collection Very Best of the Stranglers The Stranglers Anthology Story So Far The Ultra Selection Singles (The UA Years) Saturday Night Sunday.
The Stranglers rode the British punk rock scene of the late '70s with a hint of parody and whole lot of style. Out of all of the punk bands that rose to fame in the UK in the late '70s The Stranglers stand apart in a number of ways. Prior to their formation in 1974, degree educated lead guitarist and vocalist Hugh Cornwell had been playing the blues, drummer Jet Black was a jazz player and JJ Burnel was a classically trained guitarist who converted to electric bass.
At this point the Stranglers were on top of their game, and the ferocity and anger that suffuses this record would never be repeated. Hugh Cornwell's testosterone level is very high, but it's still an enjoyable bit of noise that holds up better than anyone would have guessed at the time.
Greatest Hits 1977 - 1990. Released November 1990. Greatest Hits 1977 - 1990 Tracklist. No More Heroes Lyrics.
|–The Stranglers||Get A Grip (On Yourself)||4:02|
|–The Stranglers||Hanging Around||4:26|
|–The Stranglers||Go Buddy Go||3:58|
|–The Stranglers||Something Better Change||3:36|
|–The Stranglers||Straighten Out||2:45|
|–The Stranglers||No More Heroes||3:28|
|–The Stranglers||5 Minutes||3:16|
|–The Stranglers||Nice 'N Sleazy||3:12|
|–The Stranglers||Walk On By||6:21|
|–The Stranglers||Nuclear Device||3:31|
|–The Stranglers||Who Wants The World?||3:13|
|–The Stranglers||Golden Brown||3:28|
|–The Stranglers||La Folie||6:05|
|–The Stranglers||Strange Little Girl||2:40|
|–The Stranglers||No More Heroes|
|–The Stranglers||Golden Brown|
|–The Stranglers||Chosey Susie||3:13|
|–The Stranglers||Peaches (Radio Version)||4:06|
|–The Stranglers||No More Heroes (Radio Edit)||2:56|
|–Celia & The Mutations*||Mony Mony||3:03|
|–Celia & The Mutations*||Mean To Me||2:00|
|–The Stranglers||Rok It To The Moon||2:47|
|–The Stranglers||Shut Up||1:07|
|–The Stranglers||Walk On By (Radio Edit)||4:26|
|–The Stranglers||Old Codger||2:49|
|–The Stranglers||Fools Rush Out||2:10|
|–The Stranglers||N'emmenes Pas Harry||4:16|
|–The Stranglers||Yellowcake UF6||2:57|
|–The Stranglers||Bear Cage (12" Version)||6:29|
|–The Stranglers||Shah Shah A Go Go (12" Version)||5:20|
|–The Stranglers||Tomorrow Was Hereafter||4:03|
|–Hugh Cornwell||Cocktail Nubiles||7:08|
|–The Stranglers||The Meninblack (Waiting For 'Em)||3:33|
|–The Stranglers||Love 30||3:55|
|–The Stranglers||You Hold The Key To My Love In Your Hands||2:38|
|7243 5 21089 2 3, 521 0892||The Stranglers||Hits And Heroes (CD, Comp, Enh + CD, Comp)||EMI, EMI||7243 5 21089 2 3, 521 0892||UK & Europe||1999|
|none||The Stranglers||Hits And Heroes (2xCD, Comp, Promo)||EMI||none||UK & Europe||1999|
|Str 521090-01, Str 521090-02||The Stranglers||Hits And Heroes (2xCD, Comp, Unofficial)||EMI||Str 521090-01, Str 521090-02||Russia||1999|
|7243 5 23281 0 9, 523 2810||The Stranglers||Hits And Heroes (CD, Comp, Enh)||EMI, EMI||7243 5 23281 0 9, 523 2810||UK & Europe||1999|
|7243 5 21089 2 3||The Stranglers||Hits And Heroes (CD, Comp, Enh)||EMI||7243 5 21089 2 3||Australia||1999|