Hugh Cornwell is a bit of a legend. As the original guitarist, singer, and primary songwriter in UK hit-making band The Stranglers, he has more than enough credibility, not to mention a hell of a catalog of widely-known tunes under his belt. Just as The Stranglers grew from a howling punk band to a more refined pop unit, Cornwell’s solo work takes advantage of all this experience and development as an artist, blasting forth a more mature, but still gnarly, perspective.
Featured song: “God Is A Woman”
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Totem And Taboo, Hugh Cornwell’s newest album is now available from Red River Entertainment.
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