JEAN-JACQUES BURNEL – EUROMAN COMETH

JEAN-JACQUES BURNEL – “Euroman Cometh” LP (United Artists UAG 30214) April 1979 – debut solo album by the Stranglers’ bassist J. J. Burnel. Musically, it was an attempt at incorporating electronic sounds into rock. Lyrically, it evolved around the idea of a United States of Europe in the context of the Cold War.

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THE STRANGLERS – NO MORE HEROES LP

“Whatever happened to our heroes . . . ” They made a new album, that’s what. You be able to track down ‘No More Heroes’ next week, when it slinks into your local record shop.

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JEAN-JACQUES BURNEL – THE EUROMAN

“I could kill you with one blow or put your eyes out.” Jean-Jacques Burnel informs me. Since The Stranglers bassist is known to have floored more than one journalist in his time, and since I am a feminist nervously expecting a clash

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JEAN-JACQUES BURNEL – FREDDIE LAKER

Jean-Jacques Burnel ‘Freddie Laker’ was a single taken from ‘Euroman Cometh’, a 1979 debut solo album by the Stranglers’ bassist.

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