Less a music group than an entertaining sideline, Celia & the Mutations were actually the union from the Stranglers with London torch vocalist Celia Gollin. Initial sighted from the music group performing inside a London golf club with previous Kilburn & the Large Roads keyboard participant Pole Melvin, Gollin could scarcely possess appeared or sounded additional from the Stranglers’ after that much maligned picture as misogynist hard males. However the union worked well — collectively the group cut a ferocious edition of Tommy Wayne & the Shondells’ “Mony Mony” for launch in springtime 1977 over the Stranglers’ United Performers label. It didn’t sell, however the project still demanded a follow-up. This is “You Better TRUST ME,” co-written by Gollin and bassist Jean Jacques Burnel, and several observers think that, acquired Gollin been ready to promote the one, it could well have already been a hit. Nevertheless, her shyness prevailed, and the complete project faded out.