Friday the Thirteenth (album)

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Friday the Thirteenth
Live album by
Released1997
Recorded13 June 1997
GenreRock
The Stranglers live albums chronology
Saturday Night, Sunday Morning
(1993)
Friday the Thirteenth
(1997)
Live at the Hammersmith Odeon '81
(1998)

Friday the Thirteenth is a live album by the English rock band The Stranglers. To mark the twenty-first anniversary of their original recording contract with United Artists Records, they played to a sold out Royal Albert Hall (London, UK) with an eighteen-piece string orchestra (the Electra Strings). Friday the Thirteenth presents part of the set (these songs, plus the remainder of the set can be found on the accompanying DVD release). Composer and musician Jocelyn Pook contributions to the songs "Waltz in Black", "Valley of the Birds", "Daddy's Riding the Range", "Golden Brown" and "No More Heroes".

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic1.5/5 stars[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Waltzinblack" (strings only)
  2. "Valley of the Birds"
  3. "Skin Deep"
  4. "Always the Sun"
  5. "Face"
  6. "Daddy's Riding the Range"
  7. "Strange Little Girl"
  8. "Still Life"
  9. "Let Me Down Easy"
  10. "Golden Brown"
  11. "Lies and Deception"
  12. "European Female"
  13. "All Day and All of the Night"
  14. "Duchess"
  15. "Down in the Sewer"
  16. "Five Minutes"
  17. "No More Heroes"

Extra Tracks on DVD release[edit]

  1. "Heaven Or Hell"
  2. "Midnight Summer Dream"
  3. "Sinister"
  4. "Thrown Away"
  5. "96 Tears"
  6. "Summer In The City"

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