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Editors’ Notes

This is as comprehensive a collection of Adam Ant's first few solo years as one could want. After Adam & The Ants conquered the world at the start of the '80s, Adam went his own way, wisely retaining the services of guitarist/cowriter Marco Pirroni. On Adam's first three solo outings—featured here in their entirety with a wealth of bonus material—he and Pirroni expanded the Ants aesthetic, reaching into new areas while retaining a touch of the old magic. They scored paydirt straight off with Friend or Foe, featuring Adam's biggest hit ever, "Goody Two Shoes," a sendup of the media's attitude toward his straight-arrow lifestyle. On Strip, crafty orchestral arrangements frame Adam's lusty lyrics on hits like "Puss 'n Boots" and the title track. Overseen by famed glam-rock producer Tony Visconti, Vive Le Rock was, true to its title, a harder-hitting, more rock-oriented affair. Adam's journey over the course of these albums is fascinating in and of itself. When you add a bounty of additional material, including demos, rehearsals, and alternate versions, the package becomes even more enticing.


Born: November 3, 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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