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Friday, 8 April 2011

Adam And The Ants - Young Parisians

Young Parisians was the debut single of Adam and the Ants, released on Decca Records, on 20 October 1978. It was produced by the band's singer Adam Ant and session pianist Jo Julian. At this point, the other permanent members of the band were Andy Warren (bass), Dave Barbe (drums) and Matthew Ashman (guitar). Saxophonist Greg Mason also appeared on the A-side.

At the time, the band were combining the punk sound of their earliest days with a more experimental ethos which would characterize their first two albums, the 1979 debut Dirk Wears White Sox and to some extent its 1980 follow-up Kings of the Wild Frontier (by which time only Adam Ant remained from the line-up of the debut single). The A-side Young Parisians was an acoustic/jazz ballad, while the B-side, Lady demonstrated the band's capacity for fast-paced punk rock.

In December 1980, following the initial success of the Kings album and its singles Dog Eat Dog and Antmusic, the single was re-promoted in the UK, reaching number 9 on the UK Singles Chart.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
Demo Version
Lady - B-Side


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