The Stranglers “Nice ‘n’ Sleazy” (trouvées B&D 1978)
|The Stranglers “Nice ‘n’ Sleazy” (trouvées B&D 1978)|
|Single by The Stranglers|
|from the album Black and White|
|Released||26 April 1978 (UK)|
|Songwriter(s)||Hugh Cornwell, Jean Jacques Burnel, Dave Greenfield, Jet Black.|
|The Stranglers singles chronology|
16 septembre 1978
In 1977 members of the Greater London Council were not the biggest fans of The Stranglers.
According to England’s Dreaming: Anarchy, Sex Pistols, Punk Rock, and Beyond, Hugh Cornwell, wore a «fuck» t-shirt.
It did not go well and The Stranglers were cut short.
The GLC banned them from playing London.
Finally, 16 septembre 1978, they held an open-air concert at Battersea Park, and thanks to their penchant for trouble they brokered controversy.
The group slipped into "Nice 'n' Sleazy" with a group of B & D dancers cracking whips.
All continued to serve glamor to their wasted audience.
The concert was videotaped, and the dynamite vidéo, les images trouvées, ne sont pas de la dynamite.
Fortunately this five-minute "Nice 'n' Sleazy" est la meilleure vidéo Punk Rock de tous les temps.