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Album Review

It's not nearly as complete as the definitive Antics in the Forbidden Zone, but Super Hits does a nice job of rounding up Adam Ant's hit singles, concentrating on singles from Kings of the Wild Frontier and Friend or Foe. The dark post-punk of Dirk Wears White Sox is ignored, as is the shiny pop of Strip (unfortunately, it's because "Vive Le Rock" was chosen to represent the later years) but the hits from Adam Ant's peak years of 1980 through 1982 — "Desperate But Not Serious," "Goody Two Shoes," "Stand and Deliver," "Dog Eat Dog," "Press Darlings," "Ant Music" — are here, making this a nice budget-priced sampler.

Biography

Born: November 03, 1954 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the seminal figures of new wave, Adam Ant (born Stuart Leslie Goddard) had several distinct phases to his career. Initially, he explored a jagged, guitar-oriented post-punk with his group Adam and the Ants before giving way to a more pop-oriented, glam-tinged musical direction that brought him to the top of the charts. After that had run its course, he refashioned himself as a mainstream singer, which enabled him to stretch his career out for a couple of years. Once it seemed that his musical...
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