No more heroes anymore
No More Heroes
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Ponder George Washington, Dwight D. There is a hero within you waiting to be awakened. Some were born to be the hero of a story of epic proportions, others perhaps the hero for one small child sponsored across an ocean. The tragedy is if you try to be everything and do everything, you may so diffuse your effect that you will not optimize who God made you to be and what he created you to accomplish. This is why you need convergence.
Childhood was a horizonless sprawl of dead time and understimulated confinement, from which I sought relief in a succession of obsessions, pursued with the manic avidity peculiar to hungry young minds. It was in this spirit that I first engrossed myself in football and literature. In my teens another passion would join, and for several years outrank, these pursuits: music. Things may play out differently for the generation born in the s, inundated as they are with digital stimulation for much of their waking lives in those crucial formative years, compressing the psychic space for quiet contemplation and imaginative fancy, and perhaps even — who knows — diminishing the appetite for aesthetic stimulation. For my part, as someone born in , I can say that it was boredom that brought me out of myself, and into the world via culture. A corollary to this boredom was scarcity.
At the time of the single's release, the B-side "In the Shadows" was a non-album track; however, it appeared on the Stranglers' next studio album, Black and White. The band's publishers threatened legal action against Elastica in , arguing that their single " Waking Up " borrowed elements of "No More Heroes". Elastica eventually settled out of court. A cover of the song by Violent Femmes featured in the movie Mystery Men , and was also heard in two episodes of the BBC television series Ashes to Ashes : episode 1 of Series 1  and episode 4 of Series 3. It was included in the soundtrack to Series 1.
The Stranglers arrive in Ireland for their Definitive Tour this week. The men-in-black always deliver a formidable live show with an extensive back catalogue that has spawned 15 live albums released so far. Today the band features two of the original founding members from the mids Jean-Jacques Burnel bass and Dave Greenfield keyboards. Drummer Jet Black was a part of The Stranglers from the beginning. The entrepreneurial Jet was in his thirties when he joined. He owned a fleet of icecream vans the band toured in one and an off-licence where they rehearsed.
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