A document of the Stranglers
' final gig with Hugh Cornwell
as singer. Quite why they bothered to continue without him (Paul Roberts
and ex-Vibrator John Ellis
appearing in the ranks in his stead) only Burnel, Greenfield, and Black can answer. Pensions and mortgages are two words that spring to mind, but that's another issue. On this (generally) well-produced sound-desk recording, listeners are treated to a riot of traditional Stranglers
fare, performed with typical, stony-faced aggression. It all ends, as it should, with the group's most mind-bending composition, "Down in the Sewer." Over and out, to all intents and purposes.