Saturday, April 9, 2011

The Stranglers: The Sessions, 1977-1982 @ 192 kbps


So this March MRML posted over a DOZEN out-of-print (or officially unreleased) works by The Stranglers. We started HERE (come by and read the write-up and watch the documentary), as is out wont with such series, with a collection of radio sessions (two John Peel ones from 1977 and a Kid Jensen one from 1982). Unfortunately, because this release is quite hard-to-find, we had originally settled for a 56 kbps version, we are now happy to upgrade it 192 kbps (and if anyone has an even better rip let me know...)

And we are also happy to direct your attention towards this massive Stranglers series HERE!

Not to mention, the four Hugh Cornwell (the Stranglers former lead singer/guitarist) posts that we did HERE!




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    Stranglers!


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    http://www.mediafire.com/?m0neiwqv883665e

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  2. Hello

    Thanks. Shall be fun to hear.

    Best wishes from Sweden

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  3. hey now- forgive the band spam, but we just released ouur very first album "stabby road"- it's got both kinds of muzick on it, punk and rawk.

    plus, we're better than the stranglers, cause none of us can play keyboards!!!!

    www.caterwaulofsound.com (yeah, it's free!

    xoxoxoxo

    your pal, nazz nomad (bleedin out)

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  4. WoW!
    More Stranglers!
    Woo Hoo!

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  5. Thanks for all the stranglers stuff. Outstanding!

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  6. Commenters
    Glad you all dug the upgrade (except Nazz - you had something else up your sleeve!)

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  7. Any chance of a re-upload? It would be much appreciated.

    Cheers, JJ

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