The Stranglers + Mike Marlin

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The Stranglers

U.K. punk veterans the Stranglers went way beyond the genre's limited template—as singles like "Golden Brown," "Strange Little Girl" and "No More Heroes" attest—but the group became notorious across the pond in 1977 with their song "Peaches," which even gave the Sex Pistols’ “God Save the Queen” a run for its money, such was its steamy content. While original singer Hugh Cornwell left in 1990, the band has a strong frontman in Jean-Jacques Burnel, and tonight the group plays behind forthcoming new album Giants. "Peaches" makes a showing on our list of 50 best summer songs at

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