All Live and All of the Night

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All Live and All of the Night
Live album by The Stranglers
Released 1988
Recorded 1985 and 1987
Genre Punk New Wave Pop rock
Label Epic
Producer Ted Hayton
The Stranglers live albums chronology
The Stranglers & Friends Live in Concert
(1980)
All Live and All of the Night
(1988)
Access All Areas
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

All Live and All of the Night is a live album by The Stranglers. The release peaked at No. 12 in the UK Albums Chart in March 1988.[2]

In 1986, The Stranglers played their first concerts for two years. By now the band were into their ninth studio album, Dreamtime, and had added a horn-section to the live presentation. The concerts from which tracks were taken span the period from April 1985 to August 1987. The live recording of All Day and All of the Night was dropped in favour of a "live" version specially recorded in the studio, as the true live recording was not considered to be up to the desired quality for this album.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "No More Heroes"
  2. "Was It You"
  3. "Down In The Sewer"
  4. "Always the Sun"
  5. "Golden Brown"
  6. "'North Winds'"
  7. "European Female"
  8. "Strange Little Girl"
  9. "Nice 'n' Sleazy"
  10. "Toiler On The Sea"
  11. "Spain"
  12. "London Lady"
  13. "Souls" (Bonus Track)
  14. "Uptown" (Bonus Track)
  15. "Shakin' Like a Leaf" (Bonus Track)
  16. "Who Wants the World" (Bonus Track)
  17. "Peaches" (Bonus Track)
  18. "Straighten Out" (Bonus Track)
  19. "Nuclear Device (The Wizard of Aus)" (Bonus Track)
  20. "All Day and All of the Night" (Bonus Track)
  21. "Punch and Judy" (Bonus Track)

Additional information[edit]

Live sets recorded at: Le Zenith, Paris 29 April 1985, Hammersmith Odeon, London 31 March 1987 and The Reading Festival 30 August 1987.

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ogg, A. (2011). "All Live and All of the Night - The Stranglers | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 22 July 2011. 
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 535. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.