Rarities (1998 The Stranglers album)
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|Compilation album by|
|Recorded||1977 - 1981|
|The Stranglers compilations chronology|
Rarities is a compilation album by The Stranglers. It was released by EMI, who had acquired the back catalogue of the Stranglers' former record labels United Artists and Liberty. Celia and the Mutations are The Stranglers backing Celia Gollin.
- "Choosey Susie"
- "Peaches" (UK radio airplay version)
- "Mony Mony" (Celia and the Mutations)
- "Mean to Me" (Celia and the Mutations)
- "No More Heroes" (edited for UK radio)
- "Walk On By" (edited for UK radio)
- "Sverige" ("Sweden" in Swedish)
- "N'Emmenes Pas Harry" (French version: "Don't Bring Harry")
- "Fools Rush Out"
- "Bear Cage" (12" Mix)
- "Shah Shah A Go Go" (12" Mix)
- "The Meninblack (Waiting For 'Em)"
- "La Folie" (edited)
- "Rok It to the Moon"
- "Shut Up"
- "Old Codger"
- "Yellowcake UF6"
- "Love 30"
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