the stranglers banned are a top uk tribute band recreating the distinctive sounds of one of the most extraordinary and influential bands in the history of rock. From No More Heroes to Golden Brown to Peaches to Nice N Sleazy to Always The Sun and beyond, The Stranglers Banned play all the hits and more with the same passion and attention to " Peaches" is a seminal punk rock song and single by The Stranglers.
The track peaked at No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart. Song information" Peaches" was controversial because of its anarchist, nonconformist, " sexual" content, primarily aimed at shaking up the establishment and poking the eye of the new politically correct punk movement. Mar 08, 2008 This feature is not available right now.
Please try again later. I think the 'Peach' sleeve was designed by John Pasche (who designed all the stranglers album and single sleeves in 1979). I think he was asked to design another sleeve because 'Peaches' reentered the singles chart in 1979. referencing Peaches Go Buddy Go, 7"UP This is the original 1st pressing without an April Music credit and was officially released in a plain white sleeve following the withdrawal of the green Blackmail sleeve. The event was the culmination of months of planning by the bands management and wranglings with the Greater London Council (GLC) over venues that were available for The Stranglers to play, with possible shows at Stamford Bridge Tony Metalhead 26th Aug 2018: I remember both 'Buddy' and 'Peaches' as a 5 yr old in '77 as I was introduced to the radio from a very young age and my mum and dad had the radio on as much as the telly and also spinning their vinyl too throughout my childhood.
The Stranglers achieved something of a critical and popular renaissance in 2004 with the acclaimed Norfolk Coast album and a subsequent sellout tour, together with their first Top40 hit (No. 31 UK) in fourteen years, " Big Thing Coming".
Oct 14, 2015 Stranglers Peaches 1985 Strolling along minding my own buisness Well there goes a girl and a half She's got me going up and down She's got me going up and down The Stranglers released their first album, Stranglers IV (Rattus Norvegicus) in 1977, which included Peaches.
The song was later edited for BBC radio play. Now safe for the airwaves, it hit number ten in the United Kingdom. Kentbased band recreating the progpunkpop sounds of The Stranglers and playing all their greatest songs including Golden Brown, Nice n Sleazy, Peaches, Walk On By, Skin Deep, etc. The Stranglers Banned tour dates listed on Ents24. com since Jun 2011. Peaches blackmail sleeve (UK) The original withdrawn picture sleeve for the release of the bands second single is a legendary rarity.
The band pulled its release due to the similarity between the blackmail style lettering and that used by the Sex Pistols. The Stranglers Banned are experienced musicians who create a unique show capturing the energy and passion of the original men in black built around a truly amazing back catalogue spanning many music. London. 4 Tracks. 192 Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from The Stranglers Banned on your desktop or mobile device.