No More Heroes

The Stranglers - No More Heroes
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September 23, 1977 / Release Date
LP / Format
United Artists / Label
Punk Rock, Post-Punk / Genres
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it sounds like working class rock idk
I admire greatly a record that doesn't take itself all too seriously in the grand scheme of things. I'm not talking about a record like Hobo Johnson's: Revenge, where it's just a lazy pile of slop that doesn't care too much about the art itself, but more so a record that is just trying its best to be enjoyable and just fun. It's why when coming into The Stranglers' No More Heroes, I was pleasantly surprised. The angle and tone of the record was one that delivered a very tuneful, catchy, and ... read more
Very soon, just five months after their debut, they come to denounce the heroes with their own, arty-punk aggression.
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Track List

  1. I Feel Like a Wog
  2. Bitching
  3. Dead Ringer
  4. Dagenham Dave
  5. Bring On The Nubiles
  6. Something Better Change
  7. No More Heroes
  8. Peasant In the Big Shitty
  9. Burning Up Time
  10. English Towns
  11. School Mam
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Added on: March 6, 2016