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Adam and the Ants



Catalogue Number

Matrix numbers
2344 107 S 1 320
2344 107 S 2 320


Release date

Side 1
Adam and the Ants - Deutscher Girls
Wayne County and the Electric Chairs - Paranoia Paradise
Chelsea - Right to Work
Maneaters - Nine to Five
Adam and the Ants - Plastic Surgery

Side 2
Suzi Pinns - Rule Britannia
Suzi Pinns - Jerusalem
Amilcar - Wargasm in Pornotopia
Brian Eno - Slow Water
Brian Eno - Dover Beach

The first vinyl release for Adam and the Ants, two tracks on the film sountrack for Jubilee The Outrageous Soundtrack from the Motion Picture
This 2nd pressing differs from the original German release as it has the release code LC 6907 on the back of the sleeve, also the words featuring Adam and the Ants are featured on the front sleeve, cashing in on Adam and the Ants fame in the 1980s.
The Polydor logo is missing from the front of the sleeve below the catalogue number

The German release of the album came with a glossy outer sleeve (unlike the matte UK release) and a special Jubilee logo as per the UK release.

Adam and Dave Barbe are also featured on the Maneaters track Nine to Five with Dave playing drums and Adam providing guitar, bass, harmonica and backing vocals to Toyah's lead.
The song was written by Adam Ant
The Maneaters were a made up band featured in the film.

Suzi Pinns was Jordan, Adam and the Ants manager and one song vocalist at the time.

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Jubilee repress German front sleeve Jubilee repress German back sleeve
Jubilee German label Jubilee German label
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