Adam Ant will be performing the very best of his back catalogue at The Ipswich Regent tonight
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Have you got tickets to see Adam Ant live in Ipswich tonight?
The three-times-platinum-selling Kings of the Wild Frontier album sold more than eight million copies when it was released in 1980. It dominated the UK charts, spending more time in the top slot than any other album at the time.
This is your chance to hear it live and in sequence for the very first time, with many of the album tracks never having been performed live.
Expect the anthemic Ant Music, Dog Eat Dog and the riotous title track alongside the hit songs and selections from Adam’s considerable back catalogue.
You can also now pick up a super deluxe box set edition, two CD deluxe edition and vinyl and digital formats containing a wealth of unreleased and exclusive content.
This includes previously unreleased studio demos and rough cuts, a previously unissued live recording and rarities all fully remastered from original tape by Adam and more.
See our review online tonight.
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