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Antmusic: An unofficial biography of Adam and the Ants

Code: 978-1-912782-91-8
£16.99 £5.00
Adam and the Ants were formed in London by Hornsey Art College student Stuart Goddard in 1976 following an early Sex Pistols' gig. The band's devastating combination of Punk sensibility, heroic imagery and tribal rhythms saw them become one of the most iconic acts of the 1980s. Pioneers of the music video, the band achieved three top 20 albums which spawned 9 top 40 singles including 'Cartrouble', 'Kings of the Wild Frontier', 'Antmusic', 'Dog Eat Dog', 'Antrap' and the number 1 smash hits 'Stand and Deliver!' and 'Prince Charming'.
Coinciding with the 40th anniversary of Adam Ant's first solo number 1 single 'Goody two Shoes', Mark N. Redmayne's unofficial biography draws upon painstaking research and interviews with ex Ants and key personnel to document how Adam rose from the ashes of Punk to become the first pop star of the 1980s. In 2022, Adam Ant continues to play to devoted Antpeople of all ages around the world - this is both his and our story.
256 page softcover + 8 page B/W photo section.
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