Oh, how I long for the glory years of the 1980s. I have to admit that, for about a good 9 months, I was a big time fan of Adam Ant, and to this day I still listen to this disc (I still have the vinyl album, as worn out as it is). Having reached his peak in popularity after "Prince Charming," Ant gripes about the trials and tribulations of fame throughout his solo debut. The title track has Ant declaring rather defensively, "Nobody's perfect/so leave me if you object." He lashes out at intrusive journalists in "Desperate, but Not Serious." Also, he disses a materialistic girlfriend in the catchy "Made of Money." But Adam doesn't complain thoughout the album, mind you. "Place in the Country" is classic antmusic: tribal drums, twangy guitar, and playfully silly lyrics. And his American hit, the rockabilly-esque "Goody Two Shoes," has lost none of its luster. In the title track, Ant says, "I want those who get to know me/to become admirers or my enemies." After listening to this album, he's made me an admirer, no doubt!