Still often thought of as a punk band, and certainly they were a major player of the punk era, The Stranglers were far more than that, and part of the reason for their greatness is undoubtably one of the finest keyboard players of the era, who wrote and co-wrote many of their finest tracks.
Obviously his greatest work is Golden Brown, a #2 UK chart hit performed on harpischord in 6/8 and 7/4. An amazing piece of songwriting
Great use of synths on this waltz, made especially famous by friend of the band chef Keith Floyd, who memorably used it as the theme music for his wonderfully alcohol-fuelled BBC cookery travelogues back in the 80s.
The lovely electric piano of Strange Little Girl
and lastly let's have some full-on electro-punk, (Get A) Grip (On Yourself) from 1977.