Adam Ant Part Five
This is the Part that I dread, for it’s the last of this series for him, called Adam Ant Part Five, but I’ll be doing something new with him soon
The tone of Ant‘s debut solo album, Friend or Foe, was defined as glitzy glam pop with “tongue-in-cheek tunes, delivered with an excess of flair and good humor“. It was also referred to as being “one of Ant‘s best records and one of the best new wave albums“.
In a review for Strip, the songs were considered to contain a “mixture of driving, danceable rock with humour“.
The songs on Vive Le Rock has been said to be a “50s-style rock & roll sound“.
The fourth studio album, Manners and Physique, was said to be a mix of “contemporary dance tracks“ and Ant‘s “old