|19th March 2022|
Nice N Sleazy
421 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 3LG
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STRAIGHTEN OUT are the worlds' premier Stranglers tribute band... with an extensive set-list that spans two solid hours as they re-create the 'early years' sound of The Stranglers, complete with a Hammond organ and Minimoog synth, the same models used by Mr. Greenfield himself back in the day!
The growling bass sound and the quirky guitar riffs are all there to be heard as is the dual vocal 'attack' from the two frontmen a-la Burnel/Cornwell as they rip through Stranglers' classics... inc. Grip, Something Better Change, Golden Brown, Walk On By, Tank, Straighten Out, 5 Minutes, Down In The Sewer and many more as they cover the Stranglers' early classic albums and beyond...Straighten Out - live and unleashed - will take you on a nostalgia trip that transports you back to those raw, powerful, exhilarating times when The Stranglers emerged through the quagmire of mediocrity to produce some of the finest tunes ever written...
Straighten Out will put you back in that place!
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