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Album Review

In 2003, a European wing of Epic bundled together three Stranglers albums — 1983's Feline, 1984's Aural Sculpture, and 1987's Dreamtime — and sold the package for a reduced price. The versions of the albums included here are the 2001 reissues, all of which feature numerous bonus tracks. Dreamtime also comes with an ominous-sounding (and misspelled) bonus track, entitled "An Evening With Hugh Cornell." With the possible exception of Aural Sculpture, none of the albums are among the Stranglers' best work, but a handful of the band's most-successful singles (soft-rock-by-misogynist-brutes staples like "Skin Deep," "Always the Sun," "European Female," "No Mercy," and "Nice in Nice") can be found here.


Formed: 1974

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Stranglers formed as the Guildford Stranglers in the southern England village of Chiddingfold (near Guildford) in 1974, plowing a heavily Doors-influenced furrow through the local pub rock scene — such as it was. Of the four founding members, only Hugh Cornwell had any kind of recognizable historical pedigree, having played alongside Richard Thompson in the schoolboy band Emil & the Detectives. According to Thompson, their repertoire stretched from "Smokestack Lightning" and...
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