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No More Heroes

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Download links and information about No More Heroes by The Stranglers. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 47:09 minutes.

Artist: The Stranglers
Release date: 1977
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 47:09
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I Feel Like a Wog (1996 Digital Remaster) 3:17
2. Bitching (1996 Digital Remaster) 4:26
3. Dead Ringer (1996 Digital Remaster) 2:46
4. Dagenham Dave (1996 Digital Remaster) 3:18
5. Bring On the Nubiles (1996 Digital Remaster) 2:16
6. Something Better Change (1996 Digital Remaster) 3:36
7. No More Heroes (1996 Digital Remaster) 3:29
8. Peasant In the Big S****y (1996 Digital Remaster) 3:26
9. Burning Up Time (1996 Digital Remaster) 2:24
10. English Towns (1996 Digital Remaster) 2:12
11. School Mam (1996 Digital Remaster) 7:10
12. Straighten Out (1996 Digital Remaster) 2:46
13. 5 Minutes (1996 - Remaster) 3:17
14. Rok It To the Moon (1996 Digital Remaster) 2:46

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The Stranglers' debut, Rattus Norvegicus, served as their introduction to both the recording studio and the punk era, where they were more artful and more traditional than their peers. No More Heroes, however, is a complete manifestation of their powers. Recorded just three months after the debut, it's a more focused album, though three of its best songs were recorded during the earlier sessions. "I Feel Like a Wog" mocks racism. "Bring on the Nubiles" skewers sexism while leaving the line so blurry that it made their audiences uncomfortable when the strippers came out. "Something Better Change" is three and a half minutes of punk-pop perfection, done without softening the blow a bit. "Burning Up Time" is similar, also featuring bassist J.J. Burnel on lead vocals and simply destroying everything near it. The title track again lets Dave Greenfield doodle with his keyboards to hilarious results. "Dagenham Dave" pays tribute to a friend who'd committed suicide. "Straighten Out," "Five Minutes," and "Rok It to the Moon" were the singles and b-sides from the same sessions added here. It's a career highlight.