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Down In The Sewer - The Stranglers - Anthology (CD)

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  1. This is one of the better compalation albums from the MK2 era of the band. 25 tracks in all on a double CD. Mine has a card slip case identical to the Crystal case insert. The notes on the insert talk about the Cornwall years with little mention of the era when the /5(2).
  2. Stranglers — Down In The Sewer bass tabs. / 5 (1 x) Rate this tab: Add to favs. Stranglers - Down In The Sewer Bass Tab ARTIST: THE STRANGLERS SONG: DOWN IN THE SEWER ALBUM: RATTUS NORVEGICUS BASSIST: JEAN JACQUES BURNEL TAB BY: Mousey R .
  3. Like New - The Stranglers: The Sessions CD ( Castle Records). Rock New Wave/Punk Music. Case and Disc are in Like New Condition. Bring On The Nubiles (). The Man They Love To Hate (). Down in the Sewer ().Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Down In The Sewer: 5 Minutes: Dead Los Angeles: Toiler On The Sead (sic) Théâtre De Verdure, Nice, France 20/04/ Something Better Change: Uptown: Dead Ringer: No Mercy: Souls: Nice N' Sleazy: Skin Deep: Let Me Down Easy: Midnight Summer Dream: European Female:
  5. Down in the Sewer. Search for: a cesspit full of **** about the Stranglers. Aural Quest; Flyers; Mags; Rock Goes To College; Roots and Shoots. Alexander’s Ragtime Band The Initials; The Mark Addam Showband; The Movement; Strangled; Where on earth ? Where were The Stranglers? Where were Three Men And Black? Where were.
  6. Aug 21,  · Where were The Stranglers? Where were Three Men And Black? Where were Three Men And Black? Where was JJ Burnel? Where were The Stranglers? Where was Hugh Cornwell? Where were The Stranglers? Where were The Stranglers? Where was Hugh Cornwell? Where were The Stranglers?
  7. Stranglers Anthology music CD album at CD Universe, While the track list looks a little too heavy on the later years but generally pretty good, the early tracks.
  8. Of all the Class of '77 British punk bands, the Stranglers are the most enduring, having been together (without breaking up and reforming) for nigh on three decades. This happily thorough anthology brings together their classics ("Strange Little Girl," "Golden Brown") and makes listeners aware of just how timeless their material has always been.
  9. Down in the sewer Picking up quite a lot of empty coca cola cans and there sure are a lot of them around here How did I get down here? Well it's a long story. I should have stayed down home out on the farm and kept my tootsies warm instead of freezing them off down here There's lots of rats down here You can see the whites of their eyes They got sharp teeth Deep breath And lots of diseases.

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