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Sunday, August 16, 2015

A Stranglers Submission/Rarity

From Augustus Owsley Strudel III comes a single of which I was unfamiliar, the Stranglers backing a different singer, "Celia", of Celia and the Mutations,
 on a pair of tracks, "Mony Mony" and "Mean To Me".....don't know the date, but kind of interesting to check out.......





  2. There was a second single by Celia & the Fabulous Mutations

    You Better Believe Me / Round And Round (Young Mutations)

    Where Celia (Gollin) was backed on the a-side by Cornwall and Burnel plus Wilko Johnson (Dr. Feelgood) and Terry WIlliams on drums (Man / Dave Edmunds / Dire Straits / Graham Parker etc.)

    The song is credited to Celia, Burnel, Johnson & Williams

    You Better Believe Me:

    Ther B-Side Round & Round was Celia backed by another new wave band called Tonight

    Round And Around

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  4. Thanks for the info on the Young Mutations, Anonymous, news to me, always wondered who "Chambon" was. I have both the Celia singles, bought at the time, and upped them both three years ago to a friend's blog. Miraculously, the mediafire link is still live, so go get them (and other rare punk goodies) at:

    Meanwhile, Stranglers fans should check out the holy grail of live Stranglers recordings from their creation till now:

    Cheers, Dave Sez.

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