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Download links and information about Feline by The Stranglers. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Rock & Roll, Punk, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 41:38 minutes.

Artist: The Stranglers
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Rock & Roll, Punk, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 10
Duration: 41:38
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No. Title Length
1. Midnight Summer Dream 6:13
2. It's a Small World 4:37
3. Ships That Pass In the Night 4:08
4. The European Female (In Celebration Of) 4:00
5. Golden Brown 3:28
6. Let's Tango In Paris 3:13
7. Paradise 3:49
8. All Roads Lead to Rome 3:52
9. Blue Sister 4:04
10. Never Say Goodbye 4:14



In the '70s, The Stranglers hitched their reputation to the emerging U.K. punk scene, which favored short, concise, and catchy songs. Yet Hugh Cornwell and company were always more ambitious, and that ambition led to highly experimental works that either sent the band soaring to new heights or crashing into a barrage of confused, often negative reviews. Many of The Stranglers' records are considered "concept albums," yet few fans have been able to figure out what those concepts are. Feline, however, is a tour de force, an album far removed from punk; it's orchestrated with acoustic instruments and synthesizers for a deliberately low-key vibe that's best expressed in songs such as "Let's Tango in Paris" and "The European Female (In Celebration Of)." The addition of "Golden Brown" was an attempt by the U.S. record label to have a hit with a song from The Stranglers' previous album, La Folie, which at the time hadn't been released in the States.