These British rockers enjoyed their first taste of U.S. success in 1985 with “She Sells Sanctuary,” an echo-laden post-punk anthem. But they really hit the mainstream two years later with the hard-rocking swagger on “Love Removal Machine,” which boldly made off with the riff to “Start Me Up” yet managed to sound more like a tribute to Led Zeppelin than the Rolling Stones. They’re touring last year’s “Choice of Weapon,” their first new album since 2007.
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