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Album: Vive le Rock
# Song Title   Time
1)    Vive le Rock
2)    Miss Thing
3)    Razor Keen
4)    Rip Down
5)    Scorpio Rising
6)    Apollo 9
7)    Hell's Eight Acres
8)    Mohair Lockeroom Pin-Up Boys
9)    No Zap
10)    P.O.E.
11)    Apollo 9
12)    Human Bondage Den
13)    Vive le Rock - (Rico Conning 12" Mix, previously unreleased)
14)    Apollo 9 - (Francois Kervorkian 7" Mix)
15)    Doggy Style - (previously unreleased)
16)    Night They Vietcong - (previously unreleased)
17)    Big Big Man (Razor Keen) - (previously unreleased)
18)    Rip Down - (previously unreleased)
19)    Apollo 9 [Francois Kervorkian Splashdown 12" Mix]
20)    Vive le Rock - (Steve Thompson 12" Mix, previously unreleased)
 

Album: Vive le Rock
# Song Title   Time
1)    Vive le Rock
2)    Miss Thing
3)    Razor Keen
4)    Rip Down
5)    Scorpio Rising
6)    Apollo 9
7)    Hell's Eight Acres
8)    Mohair Lockeroom Pin-Up Boys
9)    No Zap
10)    P.O.E.
11)    Apollo 9
12)    Human Bondage Den
13)    Vive le Rock - (Rico Conning 12" Mix, previously unreleased)
14)    Apollo 9 - (Francois Kervorkian 7" Mix)
15)    Doggy Style - (previously unreleased)
16)    Night They Vietcong - (previously unreleased)
17)    Big Big Man (Razor Keen) - (previously unreleased)
18)    Rip Down - (previously unreleased)
19)    Apollo 9 [Francois Kervorkian Splashdown 12" Mix]
20)    Vive le Rock - (Steve Thompson 12" Mix, previously unreleased)
 
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  • After 1983's disappointingly mainstream, Phil Collins-produced STRIP, Adam Ant's commercial star was on the wane. 1985's VIVE LE ROCK didn't improve his chart fortunes, but it was a resounding artistic return to the form of such previous Antmusic gems as FRIEND OR FOE or KINGS OF THE WILD FRONTIER.
  • Wisely retiring the booming, Gary Glitter-influenced faux-tribal drums which defined his earlier sound, Adam and longtime collaborator Marco Pirroni instead created a delightfully gimmicky space-age-rockabilly sound which compares favorably to the late work of T. Rex. Mixing Bolanesque lyrical nonsense with twangy, Duane Eddy-like guitars, especially notable on the title track, "Miss Thing," and the downright bizarre "Apollo 9," also included in an a cappella version, VIVE LE ROCK is a frothy pop album which succeeds well on its own terms.
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