The Fall And Rise Of Hugh Cornwell Coming This Month: Hugh Cornwell News
Cornwell tells Backseat Mafia: "I wouldn't call the new album a 'greatest hits' as I think a 'best of' is a better description. But I'm happy with all the songs I've produced since I left The Stranglers, otherwise they wouldn't have been released. I never put out anything I'm not happy with."
Cornwell's first solo record, 1988's Wolf, was issued while the singer was still with The Stranglers, and he's released several since his 1990 departure, including 1993's Wired, 1997's Guilty, 2000's Hi Fi, 2004's Beyond Elysian Fields, 2008's Hooverdam and 2012's Totem And Taboo. Read more here.
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