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Album Review

Upon the release of Strip, Adam Ant was still popular enough in the U.K. to squeeze out one more Top Ten hit with "Puss 'n Boots," but the album stopped at number 20. The mixture of driving, danceable rock with humor on Kings of the Wild Frontier, Prince Charming, and even some of Friend or Foe had given way to a lighter pop approach and outright camp, especially on the title track, a minor singles chart entry produced by Phil Collins.

Customer Reviews

I just love Adam Ant.

I'm giddy with excitement just purchasing this album. I loved it as a kid and listening to it again, I remember why, such a great groove, it just makes me feel even 'cooler' listening to him. Long live Adam Ant! I still love you!

It's about time this came to iTunes

I have been waiting for this to get here. I played this album so many times in high school (class of 87). I am pretty sure I went through 2 tapes and 1 cd. Who knows how many Walkmans and headphones too. This is absolutely one of my favorite 80's albums.

missed you adam ant

I love this album. my brother gave me a copy of his cassette, too many years ago. I wore that casette out and have been looking for a replacement since. thanx


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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