Crackpot History And The Right To Lie

Album: Friend Or Foe (1982)
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  • In his autobiography, Adam Ant said this song "covers my feelings about fame and how in Britain people love to knock you down when you're on top".
  • The second song on his Friend Or Foe album, it runs to 2 minutes 44 seconds and was co-written with Marco Pirroni. Pirroni is a guitarist who played in Siouxsie and the Banshees before joining Adam & the Ants. When Adam went solo, he continued to work with Pirroni. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2
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