Categorie:
Carrello 0

Il tuo carrello è vuoto

The Stranglers|Stranglers in the Night

Stranglers in the Night

The Stranglers

Disponibile in
16-Bit CD Quality 44.1 kHz - Stereo

Streaming illimitato

Ascolta subito questo album in alta qualità sulle nostre app

Inizia il mio periodo di prova e riproduci l'album

Goditi questo album sulle app Qobuz con il tuo abbonamento

Registrati

Goditi questo album sulle app Qobuz con il tuo abbonamento

Download digitale

Acquista e scarica questo album in più formati, secondo le tue esigenze.

Lingua disponibile: inglese

They should have changed the name. No, this isn't the Stranglers, the band that made ten pretty great studio albums with Hugh Cornwell at the helm. His departure is huge, since his replacement, Paul Roberts (on vocals; ex-Vibrators and late-'70s punk contemporary John Ellis fills his guitar shoes), just can't cut it. He tries hard, but all the warmth of the last decade of Cornwell's singing (think "Always the Sun" and "Skin Deep") was too essential to the Stranglers post-punk days to call this their real 11th album. Bassist Jean Jacques Burnel should have taken over the vocals himself; he always did a great job on such songs as "Nice in Nice." In the Night is not a total stinker; after all, Burnel and Jet Black have been an inspired rhythm section for 20 years, and Dave Greenfield is still good at sticking in his little bits for style and emphasis. But Roberts' Jim Morrison-like voice is just too distracting, and the songwriting has fallen off without Cornwell as well. Even the much-maligned swan song 10 had a batch of winning songs on it (such as "Sweet Smell of Success"), but despite the pleasant ambience of "Southern Mountains," "This Town," "Heaven and Hell," and the opening "Time to Die" (which, with its talking bits, recalls Feline's opener "Midnight Summer Dream"), the combination of the over-baked Morrison-esque vocals and lesser hooks make In the Night an OK but unimportant non-starter. If it were a new band, we could look at it as potential. But so long as they keep the old name, we think of all the classic songs we loved, and this poor, last-legs horse they flog lost its life when Cornwell walked. Boo hoo.
© Jack Rabid /TiVo

Maggiori informazioni

Stranglers in the Night

The Stranglers

launch qobuz app Ho già scaricato Qobuz per Windows/MacOS Apri

download qobuz app Non ho ancora scaricato Qobuz per Windows/MacOS Scarica l'app Qobuz

Al momento stai ascoltando degli estratti.

Ascolta oltre 70 milioni di brani con un abbonamento streaming illimitato.

Ascolta questo album e oltre 70 milioni di brani con i gli abbonamenti di streaming illimitato.

1
Time to Die
00:03:50

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Coursegood Ltd under licence to EMI Records Ltd

2
Sugar Bullets
00:05:28

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Coursegood Ltd under licence to EMI Records Ltd

3
Heaven or Hell
00:04:32

Burnel, Composer - Roberts, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Coursegood Ltd under licence to EMI Records Ltd

4
Laughing at the Rain
00:03:42

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

5
This Town
00:05:19

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

6
Brainbox
00:02:48

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

7
Southern Moutains
00:03:46

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

8
Gain Entry to Your Soul
00:04:28

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

9
Grand Canyon
00:04:11

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

10
Wet Afternoon
00:04:01

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

11
Never See
00:04:00

Burnel, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

12
Leave It to the Dogs
00:05:31

Burnel, Composer - Roberts, Composer - Greenfield, Composer - Black, Composer - ELLIS, Composer - The Stranglers, All Instruments, MainArtist

© 1992 China Records Ltd ℗ 1992 China Records Ltd

Descrizione dell'album

They should have changed the name. No, this isn't the Stranglers, the band that made ten pretty great studio albums with Hugh Cornwell at the helm. His departure is huge, since his replacement, Paul Roberts (on vocals; ex-Vibrators and late-'70s punk contemporary John Ellis fills his guitar shoes), just can't cut it. He tries hard, but all the warmth of the last decade of Cornwell's singing (think "Always the Sun" and "Skin Deep") was too essential to the Stranglers post-punk days to call this their real 11th album. Bassist Jean Jacques Burnel should have taken over the vocals himself; he always did a great job on such songs as "Nice in Nice." In the Night is not a total stinker; after all, Burnel and Jet Black have been an inspired rhythm section for 20 years, and Dave Greenfield is still good at sticking in his little bits for style and emphasis. But Roberts' Jim Morrison-like voice is just too distracting, and the songwriting has fallen off without Cornwell as well. Even the much-maligned swan song 10 had a batch of winning songs on it (such as "Sweet Smell of Success"), but despite the pleasant ambience of "Southern Mountains," "This Town," "Heaven and Hell," and the opening "Time to Die" (which, with its talking bits, recalls Feline's opener "Midnight Summer Dream"), the combination of the over-baked Morrison-esque vocals and lesser hooks make In the Night an OK but unimportant non-starter. If it were a new band, we could look at it as potential. But so long as they keep the old name, we think of all the classic songs we loved, and this poor, last-legs horse they flog lost its life when Cornwell walked. Boo hoo.
© Jack Rabid /TiVo

A proposito dell'album

Migliora questa pagina

Qobuz logo Perché acquistare su Qobuz

ORA IN OFFERTA...

Abba Gold Anniversary Edition

ABBA

Super Trouper

ABBA

The Essential Collection

ABBA

The Album

ABBA

The Album ABBA
Altro su Qobuz
Di The Stranglers

Dark Matters

The Stranglers

Dark Matters The Stranglers

Peaches: The Very Best of the Stranglers

The Stranglers

No More Heroes

The Stranglers

No More Heroes The Stranglers

La Folie

The Stranglers

La Folie The Stranglers

Dreamtime

The Stranglers

Dreamtime The Stranglers
Ti potrebbe piacere anche...

Raise The Roof

Robert Plant

Raise The Roof Robert Plant

The Dark Side Of The Moon

Pink Floyd

The Wall

Pink Floyd

The Wall Pink Floyd

Rumours

Fleetwood Mac

Rumours Fleetwood Mac

Abbey Road

The Beatles

Abbey Road The Beatles
Nelle Panoramiche...
Obbiettivo la luna: The Dark Side Of The Moon

The Dark Side of the Moon, album-chiave dei Pink Floyd fu il risultato di un lungo processo creativo iniziato intorno al 1968. A Saucerful of Secrets (il brano principale dell'omonimo album) fu, almeno per Nick Mason, il punto di partenza. L'album successivo, Ummagumma (1969), diede a ciascun membro della band l'opportunità di creare un brano solista, anche se avrebbero dovuto unire i loro talenti per fare davvero il jackpot. I Pink Floyd hanno continuato a cercare il disco perfetto con Meddle, un album che ha messo in evidenza le loro abilità in studio, e Atom Heart Mother, prima del tanto atteso nirvana con The Dark Side of the Moon. E la perfezione di quest'opera non è stata intaccata nel tempo.

I Beatles in 12 album

Solo sette anni passati in studio. Un’eredità smisurata, che mantiene intatta la sua influenza. I Beatles sono un caso unico nella storia della musica pop(olare). Lo specchio musicale degli anni ’60, era di transizione assoluta. Con i Fab Four – aiutati da Bob Dylan sull’altra sponda dell'Atlantico – il rock abbandona l’adolescenza spensierata per entrare nell’età adulta- I quattro ragazzi nel vento ingenuo e frizzante di Liverpool si trasformeranno in artisti indipendenti. Una vita che sfila lungo tutta la loro discografia.

Il White Album, genesi di un mito

L’unico doppio album dei Beatles, soprannominato comunemente “The White Album”, festeggia il cinquantesimo compleanno ed esce in una nuova versione, più completa, che comprende parecchi inediti. Uno sguardo sulla complessa concezione di un disco altrettanto complesso.

Nel magazine...