No More Heroes is the second studio album by English new wave band the Stranglers. It was released on 23 September 1977, through record label United Artists, five months after their debut album, Rattus Norvegicus. No More Heroes was produced by Martin Rushent. The album consists of new material with three songs left over from the Rattus Norvegicus sessions ("Something Better Change", "Bitching" and "Peasant in the Big Shitty").
The album’s eponymous track and one of The Strangler’s better known tunes, No More Heroes is a musing on the state of the world and it’s leaders. Various figures in world history are mentioned in the song, whom some demographics may consider heroes. The ever present irony in the more political Stranglers' songs is also present here though, as it is arguable whether the figures mentioned are heroes. One thing is made clear though: there are no more heroes.
The Stranglers - No More Heroes (1977). Songs in album The Stranglers - No More Heroes (1977). 1. I Feel Like A Wog.
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No More Heroes is the second album by The Stranglers, produced by Martin Rushent, and released in 1977 (see 1977 in music). It featured a photo of a wreath placed on a coffin with the tails of several rats (the Stranglers' 'trademark'). The album became one of the band's highest charting releases, peaking at n. on the UK album chart, and stayed in the chart for 19 weeks.
Band Name The Stranglers. Album Name No More Heroes. 版公司 United Artists Records Albion Music. 5. Bring on the Nubiles. 6. Something Better Change. 8. Peasant in the Big Shitty.
Bass, Vocals – Jean-Jacques Burnel. Composed By – The Stranglers. Design, Art Direction – Paul Henry (6). Drums, Percussion – Jet Black. The Stranglers IV. No More Heroes (LP, Album, SM). A&M Records. No More Heroes (LP, Album).
|A1||I Feel Like A Wog||3:16|
|A5||Bring On The Nubiles||2:15|
|A6||Something Better Change||3:35|
|B1||No More Heroes||3:27|
|B2||Peasant In The Big Shitty||3:30|
|B3||Burning Up Time||2:25|
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
- Distributed By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
- Published By – Irving Music Ltd.
- Published By – Albion Music
- Published By – April Music
- Recorded At – T.W. Studios
- Mixed At – Olympic Studios
- Mastered At – RCA Studios, Toronto
- Bass, Vocals – Jean Jacques Burnel*
- Drums, Percussion – Jet Black
- Engineer – Alan Winstanley, Doug Bennett
- Engineer [Assistant] – Nigel Brooke-Harte
- Guitar, Vocals – Hugh Cornwell
- Keyboards, Vocals – Dave Greenfield
- Producer – Martin Rushent
NotesNearly identical to, but has different text (shorter) around the label perimeters than The Stranglers - No More Heroes.
Includes a heavy, card-stock printed inner sleeve.
Labels indicate Manufactured And Distributed by/Fabrique Et Distribue Par Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited, but back of jacket indicates Manufactured And Distributed by/Fabrique Et Distribue Par/U.A. Records, Limited, 6 Lansing Square, Suite 208, Willowdale, ONT. M2J 1T8.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): UALA-829-G-A- TXD
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): UALA-829-G-B TXD
|UAG 30200||The Stranglers||No More Heroes (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UAG 30200||UK||1977|
|TOCP-67942, UAG 30200||The Stranglers||No More Heroes (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Car)||EMI, EMI||TOCP-67942, UAG 30200||Japan||2006|
|UAG 30200||The Stranglers||No More Heroes (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UAG 30200||Ireland||1977|
|SP-4659||The Stranglers IV*||No More Heroes (LP, Album, SM)||A&M Records||SP-4659||US||1977|
|UALP-12196||The Stranglers||No More Heroes (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UALP-12196||Brazil||1977|