Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Stand and Deliver!

Alrighty, first off, some nice pictures of the dvd that is coming out on the 11th december.

Next up, go here to see the videos they left off.

More soon!

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Wolfmen files to grab

Ok first of all I have an exclusive small 30 second video of Marco recording in the studio:


And here are also the 2 radio shows The Wolfmen were on:
Steve Jones

Both are very big files (The Steve Jones one is zipped up, so you'll need to unzip it after downloading).
I may make these into smaller realplayer files if anyone posts that they want them to be smaller files, otherwise I'll leave them as they are.

Friday, November 24, 2006

Some Updates

Wolfmen: You can buy the Wolfmen single Kama Sutra now on Damaged Goods.

They are back in the studio recording their first album.

Adam: The remade dvd is now called Stand and Deliver, and is available to pre-order on Amazon now. It has some changes, but is out on Dec 11th.
You can also get it from HMV and and other places and in the shops too.

I will post scans from The Big Issue and Psychologies Magazine this weekend.

I have also uploaded the Hunnypot radio show with Chris and Marco, and Marco on Steve Jones Indie 103, I will post the links to those at the weekend too, and also a few live Ants mp3s dues to popular demand!

Stay tuned!

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Wolfmen USA

Taken from Wolfmen myspace:

Chris and Marco are in the US at the moment and are doing a few media appearances this weekend. Tomorrow, Saturday 04 November, Marco is speaking at the CMJ Music Marathon in New York City. On Sunday, they're on camera with the team at Then on Monday the band will be joining the Hunny Pot party, which you'll be able to hear online here.

Jonesy's Jukebox
The Wolfmen are still on tour in the US with the Kama Sutra single. Marco appeared on Steve Jones' Jonesy's Jukebox show yesterday on Indie 103.1, joining a guest list that's included everyone from John Lydon to near-mythical MySpace creator Tom. It's been blogged here already...
...and Marco and Chris' Monday appearance on Hunnypot radio is now available in their web archive. Stream it now to hear tracks from the Jackie Says EP, both sides of the new Kama Sutra 7" and two brand new tracks - Cecilie and Love is a Dog. Also look out for an interview with Marco on Suicide coming soon... [08/11/2006]

Monday, October 30, 2006


Hi, I'm sorry it went a bit quiet here for a while.
There's not been an awful lot of news or anything to report, and i kinda lost enthusiasm for a little while. I will post more stuff on the website and here over the next few weeks.

News so far: The Wolfmen have released their first single, Kama Sutra, which you can buy as mp3s or 7" single here.
They had a launch party last tuesday, that was lots of fun.
They are off to the USA later this week for a month of promotion and radio stuff.

Adam has finished signing the books. No more signings are planned, and as for what else IS planned all I know of is the documentary which to be shown on ITV in the uk in November.

There is a Smash Hits book out which features Adam's interviews from 1981 which I posted on here a while ago, that can be bought in shops and Amazon.
This is worth getting for itself anyway if you grew up reading Smash Hits in the 80s and it is a nice reminder of a very good magazine and time, both of which I miss greatly, for the most part anyway!

The annual Ant Disco run by Madam Stan is next saturday, tickets can still be bought online, go here for information about that. As far as I know Terry Lee Miall will turn up as will Kevin Mooney again to do a dj slot later on in the evening. I shall of course be there, with lots of other motley people I have come to know and love/ hate!

And that's about it for now folks. The Remasters were re-released as Jewel packs (Dirk, kings and PC only), and the full 7 set box set is also now available, the first set of 4 and original cased ones are also still around to buy.

Adam was on radio 6 last week, go to the radio 6 website to hear it.

Marco has the questions for Vive le Rock, not sure if he will answer them before he goes to the States, he may not have time, so we will have those when he is ready. Keep checking back!

Over and out!

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Some videos for your pleasure

From youtube:

Killer in the Home Something Else 1980

Ants Invasion Whistle Test 1980

Antmusic and Dog Eat Dog, Kevin Mooney's last appearance with the Ants, Royal Variety Show at London Palladium theatre 1981

Dog Eat Dog 1980 Manchester

Antmusic Tom Snyder 1981

Interview Tom Snyder

Los Rancheros Tom Snyder

Sunday, October 01, 2006

We will be fine.............

Here we have Marco Pirroni's comments on Apollo 9 and B Side Baby. Me normal text, Marco italics. Enjoy!

How was Apollo 9 written?
2 Guitars a pen and some paper.

What were you listening to around this time?
Old british rock and roll, Tommy Steele,Billy Fury etc, a lot of Cajun which you hear in Apollo 9 and Kraftwerk. Don't ask me how this all works together, it just did in our minds.

Who came up with the drum pattern for it?

Was there a demo and why wasn't it on the remaster of Vive?
Never really a demo as such, but bits of it started life as something else on other unfinished demos, the most complete "demo" was on Adam's dictaphone, but thats lost forever now.

How much input (if any) did Chris and Bob have on the Vive sessions?
They played bass and drums isn't that enough?

What was Tony Visconti like to work with?
Very workmanlike, I had decided to simplify my guitar playing I thought 2/3 parts were better than the usual 25 tracks i did, but Tony was a bad influence and we went mad over dubbing guitars, he also played that "violin" on the end of the last track (I cant remeber what its called the dr strangelove one (P.O.E)) It's not a violin, its a synth guitar, but all producers sit there and are desperate to play guitar on something so I usally let them, I cant stand those pleading eyes they make, it's the same look that dogs have when want a bit of cheese.

B Side Babies- a return to old Ant songs for a b side- what other songs were tried out?
None, I tend to like 95% of old ants stuff so I think Adam said he'd like to do it, I said fine, it's all good really. I was suppised when he got this harmonica out, coz I didn't know he could play, and he's pretty good at it ,and contrary to popular opinion playing harmonica isn't easy.

How long did Apollo 9 take to record?
About a week.

There were 2 remixes for this single (Orbit mix and Splashdown mix) as well as the unheard 7" mix put onto Vive remastered- why were there so many remixes?
Sony wanted remixes.

Who's idea was it to do the remixes?

Who suggested Francois Kervokian? Were you aware of any of his work before doing Apollo 9?
I suggested him, because he had mixed Electric Cafe.

Remind me again, where did the plaster on Adam's forehead come from- it was a film right?
Requiem for a Heavyweight and Grace Jones.

Where did Adam get the ideas for the words from for Apollo 9?
The Right Stuff

What is the chorus a reference to? (Whoopsin a whoopsin, jan jan jammerin, yabba yabba ding ding, delta hey max 9)?
Is it just cartoony stuff, like Little Richard's Wop bop a loo bop a wham bam boo?
Yes that's exactly what it is.

Monday, September 25, 2006

Wolfmen new single on the way


The WOLFMEN are back with a fast follow up to their debut EP ‘Jackie Says’ (Damgood269- 10”), The A-side is a new song called 'Kama Sutra' with a bit of a T-Rex flavour to it, The b-side is 'TV’s on John Wayne just got shot again' a mad 2 minute punk techno noise fest!

DOWNLOAD VIA iTunes, eMusic, etc...

EDIT: Available on October 30th 2006.
Damaged Goods

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Guardian Weekend magazine

Ha! I was just browsing the magazine and lo and behold, back page- Adam on this Picasso painting!

Sunday Herald Magazine Scans

Not brilliant scans but the best I can do for now, the magazine is a bit larger than A4! Anyway, you get to see the pics!

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

These words fell into my email inbox earlier today.....

Do The Ant

'The Ant'
'The Ant'
You dance . . .
To 'The Ant'
You can't refuse, oh no
Nothing to lose

It's gonna grow upon you like a plant
You're gonna need lots of deodorant

You dance . . .
'The Ant'
You romance . . .
To 'The Ant'
You can't refuse, oh no
There's nothing to lose
Arriba - listen

Ant guitar . . .

Yes, you just take your two forefingers
And wriggle them around like that baby ant
And soon you'll be doing it . . .
Just like me!

So now I'm very busy turning up my amp
And all this make-up makes me look so camp!

You dance . . .
'The Ant'
You romance . . .
To 'The Ant'
You can't refuse, oh no
'Cause there's nothing to lose
Oh no . . .

So you send us a letter with a stamp
We send you the instructions - with our thanks

You can dance . . .
'The Ant'
Romance . . .
To 'The Ant'
You dance
'The Ant'
You romance
To 'The Ant'
You don't refuse . . .

© BMG Music Publishing Limited

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Adam Channel 4 website interview and Marco old new interview punk 77

Adam was interviewed recently for Channel 4's website, and Punk 77 Website unearthed a Marco email interview from 2001. Enjoy! More Adam stuff to come including a review of the Book, Marco on Apollo 9/ B Side Baby, and more Adam in the press.

PLUS later I will add an mp3 of Adam from Radio 2 yesterday, and here is a link to an extract of Adam reading the book from the Audio version of the book.

Channel 4 Adam Interview

Punk 77 Marco Interview

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Mail on Sunday Part 2 and Ant News

Here are the final 2 scans from the Mail on Sunday, courtesy of Carty's site.
More scans to follow this coming week from Adam's appearances in the press.

From essential works' website:


Antmania rampant in September

Last updated 8 September 06

Adam Ant’s long awaited autobiography, Stand & Deliver is published on September 14 and will be prominently stacked in the front of every good book store (and Tescos, too) for a good few weeks. Adam will be signing copies of the book in a number of stores across the UK between September 16 (at Waterstones in Piccadilly) and September 28 (in Milton Keynes and Birmingham), check local press for details. Also available on September 15 is the audio version of the book, read by Adam and available as a four-disk package from Macmillan Audio.

On Monday September 11 Sony BMG release Stand & Deliver the very Best of Adam & The Ants in two formats – single disk CD and double disk CD and DVD which contains eight classic Adam videos. The CD carries the same artwork as the book and audio book. Sony BMG are TV-advertising the album throughout the month.

The Mail On Sunday began serialising Adam’s autobiography on September 3, with the second and final instalment published on September 10. Adam has been busy with press interviews and they are beginning to appear in a variety of newspapers and magazines: The Times T2 section will carry Adam’s interview with Andrew Billen and new photos on September 13; Uncut magazine’s current (October) issue carries an interview with Adam by Jon Wilde and a new photo; Time Out will carry a two-page interview and new photos on September 13; the Sunday Herald magazine (Scotland) will carry an interview and new photos on September 17; C4 Music website will run an interview from September 11; Psychologies magazine will run a photo-led feature interview with Adam in the their November issue, out at the end of September/early October.

There are also a number of radio interviews that Adam has pre-recorded and that are due to be broadcast between September 11 and 28, among them Steve Wright in the afternoon on either September 12 or 13 and a number of local independent station interviews.

There are also likely to be more interviews appearing throughout the month and beyond, with a major two-part, new documentary being broadcast by London Weekend in early November.

Finaly, below are the book signing dates and venues, and a new mini Ant site here.


Saturday 16th September
London Piccadilly Waterstone’s 1pm
203/206 Piccadilly
London W1V 9LE
0207 851 2400

Tuesday 19th September
Manchester Waterstone’s 5pm
Manchester Arndale
Manchester M4 3AQ
0161 8328563

Saturday 23rd September
Newbury Borders, 12-2pm
UNIT 12, Newbury retail Park,
Pinchington Lane,
Berkshire RG14 7HU

Saturday 23rd September
Oxford Borders 6-7pm
9 Magdalen Street,
Oxford OX1 3AD
01865 203 901

Tuesday 26th September
Glasgow Borders 1-2pm
98 Buchanan St,
Lanarkshire G1 3HA
0141 222 7700

Tuesday 26th September
Edinburgh Waterstones 6-7pm
128 Princes Street,
Edinburgh, EH2 4AD
0131 226 2666

Thursday 28th September
Milton Keynes,
Waterstone’s 12-1pm (formerly Ottakars)
72 Midsummer Place,
Milton Keynes,
01908 395 384

Thursday 28th September
Birmingham New Street, Borders 6-7pm
MSU8 Bullring,
West Midlands B5 4BE
0121 616 1094

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Q Magazine reviews, Uncut Magazine Interview, and Slapdash Eden Myspace site

These are both from the latest edition of Q magazine.
Coming later will be Adam interviewed in Uncut magazine.
Andi 'Binliner' Vaughan, the man behind Slapdash Eden, has started a Myspace site. So far he has some exclusive recollections from John Dowie, and some rare photo's. Go check it out!

This is from this month's Uncut Magazine.

(Scans by Miss Caroline Richards, and borrowed before I managed to buy my own copies to scan, from the antlib website.)

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Marco answers Wolfmen questions from the studio, and more Adam extracts from the forthcoming book.....

I asked Marco a few questions about the album the Wolfmen are currently recording in the studio.

How's it going in the studio?
Slow but sure

How many songs have you recorded?
About 6/7 but we've made a start on about 12

Do you have any preview titles?

How many songs do you plan to put on the album?

Do you have a title for the album yet?
Modernity Killed Every Night

What song are you going to release as a single - Karma Sutra?
We're thinking about it, it's mastered and ready to go, maybe in new year.

Will all of the Jackie Says EP and the single be on the album, or just a couple of tracks IE Jackie says and Kama Sutra?
I dont want to put all of the EP on it, I think thats a bit of a rip-off; what tracks will apear will be different versions or at least remixes

Are there going to be any more cover versions?
There's a few numbers I'd like to try: "Telephone call" by Kraftwerk, "Only after dark" Mick Ronson, "Homosapian" Pete Shelly .We may make these available as downloads.

Will Do the Ostrich be on the album or single?
We have to ask Lou Reed, like all geniuses he can be "difficult" but he has that right.

And the book publishers have posted some extracts from the forthcoming Stand and Deliver book here.


Mail On Sunday Scans

Here are the scans from this Sunday's Mail On Sunday.

Pages are from Carty's Website.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Digital Tenderness

Ok bad news about this, unfortunately it has been cancelled. A dvd will possibly appear sometime next year is the official word. Licensing problems. This is bad news and frustrating cos we've known about the dvd for a long time now, and to get an actual release date and then weeks before to hear it isn't to be is very irritating, but nothing can be done until it's sorted out.

Also you will have noticed that Adam's book serialisation did not appear in this sundays Mail on Sunday, It is now set to appear NEXT sunday, 3rd september.

Let's hope the book still comes out in a few weeks and the best of cd I am assured IS coming out with a bonus dvd of 8 videos.
That can be pre-ordered here.

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Mantra 2 and Terry Lee Miall Interview!

Ok folks, here it is, an EXCLUSIVE interview with Mantra 2 main man Matt and Terry Lee Miall!


How did you get involved in Mantra 2?
met matt at the ants convention and just hit it off right away. He sent me the demo of a track and was i interested in playing on the album and of course i said yes

What is your favourite song on the album?
i love angels reminds me of the time period i was playing with the ants

Do you have any plans to drum for anyone else?
not right now i'm very much involved in the family business

What else are you up to musically? What happened to Mag 7?
Mag 7 is still going but everyone in the band is so busy with work or family it's really taken a back seat for everyone right now.

Have you been keeping up to date with the Ant stuff (remasters, book due soon, etc)?
i must be honest and say i haven't

Are you involved in the tv documentary that is being made about Adam at the moment?
That's news to me. Who's making it ?

Do you keep in touch with any ex Ants or Adam at all?
marco is the only one iv'e been in touch with recently

What do you think of myspace
brilliant idea

Have you seen my blogsite? (Music For A Future Age)?
embarassingly not

Do you have a message I can post on there for fans.....
Thanks for all the support over the years in keeping the Ants thing going... CHEERS

Have you heard any Wolfmen stuff? (What do you think if you have)
havent't heard anything yet. Tried to down load from their website a while back but no joy

Did Marco ALWAYS hate touring?
Marco used to love touring when we were in the models but that was the first tour we did together back in 77 but after tour after tour after tour can become a strain on anyone

What were the Ants like on tour- ie what was Adam like, what was Chris like, etc......
everyone was great. We loved to visit the local sites and clubs in the evening

What is your favourite Ant memory?
dont really have one but loved the early tours the best and what a rush meeting Kevin at the last convention for the first time since 1981

Did you see The Madness of Prince Charming? You were the only Ant (Apart from Tibbs) who wasn't on that- why?
no one had my new e-mail address or my new mobile number. Shame because i would have loved to have done it.

If Adam called you up and said we're reforming- what would you say? Is it now too late?
Are you kiddng i would do it at the drop of a hat. Playing with those guys would be excellent

What plans do you have for Mantra 2? Live? More recordings? etc..
Well, my immediate plans are to fuck off on holiday! I need a rest man, 2006 has been absolutely fucking bonkers so far! Looking forward to a good break. And then we’ll be looking at the next step. Possibly more recordings yeah.

Are you pleased with the album?
Yeah, well chuffed. It’s a more focussed record than the first one, sticking to the genre. Although Fantasy is also something I’m really proud of.

How long did it take to write and record?
Well, basically it’s been a work in progress ever since we released Fantasy, so 18 Months or so. Bladdy hell that’s a long time!

Are there any plans to play live with Terry?
Well, Terry really DOES want to play live. But the cartoon band-ness makes it a bit more complicated! Maybe we will. It’s a case of never say never.

What was Marco's contribution to the album- did he do his parts in the studio or by post?
We just email WAVS back and forth. It’s a great way to be able to work, wouldn’t have been possible a few years ago.

When will the video for Werewolves of London be ready?
That’s a sore point at the moment! It was supposed to be done now. It’s a bit daft having our “promo” video come out after the album. But the animators have been dragging their feet I’m afraid. They’ve promised it within the next Month.

Why are there 2 versions (you also covered the song on the first album)?
Because it was originally going to be a single, but as the animation process is extremely long winded, we ended up recording a whole new album!

Why did you cover that song?
Well, that was Marco's idea actually. It was originally planned to be a WOLFMEN track, but we nabbed it!

How does this album compare to the last one?
Well, as I touched on earlier, this album sticks to our post-punk / new-romantic / electro-ness(!!), whereas Fantasy had a meandering style including rockier tracks, and finishing with acoustic styles.

Finally, both: What plans do you have for the future and what else are you working on if anything musically?

Well, I have to work on the release of another artists album (Hollie James) through Alexa when I get back off holiday. Alexa is growing as a label, which is nice. Also I do a lot of consultancy work in the midlands, helping out new talent, advising, mentoring, that sort of thing. We’ve got a new project coming up in the Autumn, so its all go!

Monday, August 14, 2006

Jackie Says TODAY!

Today is the day folks, you can buy the songs as downloads from the usual places (itunes etc) and the 10" Vinyl from Damaged Goods and online retail stores ,and smaller indie record shops. I had a browse through 2 London HMV's and a Virgin today, no sign of it. Try Sister Ray and places like that though. Damaged Goods online is the cheapest and best, they also accept paypal.


Marco and Chris were also on Gary Crowley's show last saturday. Until next saturday you can hear the show on the website (fast forward to the second hour to hear Marco and Chris talk about the Ants and The Wolfmen). This is a very entertaining interview and features some Ants songs and quite a bit of information about how some of them were written and recorded.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Ant stuff on the way in September!

Coming on September 11th are the Very Best of Adam and the Ants Stand and Deliver. This comes with a bonus dvd with it, and on the same day we will see Digital Tenderness the Adam and the Ants DVD 1977-1996 at last!

On the 15th the Book Adam Ant Stand and Deliver is released in hardback. There MAY be a signing in London, but this has not yet been confirmed and won't be until much nearer the time.

The book is also being serialised in the Mail on Sunday on Sunday August 27th, September 3rd and 10th.

On monday 18th September the first 3 Remasters will be re-released in jewel cases (no extra tracks or anything, this is just the next batch, the first batch having almost all sold out). Also planned is a complete 7 cd box set of all the remasters.

Planned for mid November is the Fulcrum television Adam Ant Documentary, details to be posted when I have them.

Check the usual places to pre-order the Best of and soon the dvd.
The book is available to pre-order on Amazon and a few other places (HMV etc).

Or on the 11th and 15th, you can go buy them in the shops!

Monday, August 07, 2006

Mantra 2 Werewolves of London Review

Mantra 2 Werewolves of London

Ok, first of all this is an excellent album! I love all of it. And so will you.
I have to admit that I am not overly familiar with the previous album, but have heard a couple of tracks and I wasn't THAT keen, though I have always been hoping that Mantra 2 would do a gig someday so that I could go see them live! Anyway, that doesn't matter because this album is bloody great!

Now, I don't want to make too much of the fact that 2 ex Ants and the Wolfmen feature as guests on the album. In my opinion to do that would be to overlook the songs. It's true yes that Matt (Singer) is a HUGE Adam and the Ants fan, and for a lot of Ants fans the fact that this has Terry Lee Miall on cd for the first time since 1981 and also features Marco Pirroni (Currently a Wolfman) will be a huge selling point. But I think to think of the album JUST for that would be to do Mantra 2and Matt an injustice.

The songs then. The cd starts with Werewolves of London, an excellent cover of the Warron Zevon song, featuring the Wolfmen. This is a great opening track and one of the many highlights of the album. There is also going to be a cartoon video for this track, I can't wait to see it.

The next track is a Ramones tribute, Don't we miss you now. This track makes me laugh because it's as silly as the Ramones are, and you can even hear Matt laugh at the end!

The next track Honesty was written by Undadogz and features the drums from the A ha song Take on me, if I'm not mistaken! This is very singable (as is all of this album).

Wise Lies is next, a much more dancey sort of track. Again very singable!

Confusion is next, and this is the first featuring Terry Lee Miall on drums, and with those drums and the very catchy keyboard lines being boosted along by a very dirty guitar riff, this song is guaranteed to stick in your head!

And then we're onto Track 6- Angels are Forever, with more drumming of that ex Ant I mentioned before, Mr Terry Lee Miall, plus guitar from Marco Pirroni. This is a brilliant track, the drumming moves the song up a gear. It's very hummable (and if you've visited the myspace site you'll have heard it and should be humming along too!) Did I say it was very hummable?!! It's definately a highlight of an already very good album. If you haven't turned up your cd player by now, well switch off!!

Crazy Demons brings the album down a notch to a more chilled vibe, again with some excellent drumming from Mr Miall (he ought to try and make a career out of this malarky if you ask me!)

Chant Mantra sounds like earlier Mantra 2, much more dancey and keyboard led.

Star begins with a burst of guitar and a drum machine rattles away. This sounds very 80s to me, almost Harold Faltemeyer! Again not a bad thing in my opinion!

Mantra 2 Filthy remix is a mix with Kraftwerk's Tour de France's rhythm , a great remix by Mr Cartrouble.

And finally onto the final songs- Goodbye parts one and two. These are both excellent, bringing the album back up a notch at the end. It would have been ruined I think to have ended with the remixes on the end, but this two parter is again a hightlight of a great album.

The album does dip a little at the end until Goodbye 1 and 2, but all in all this is a very good album. I've played it quite a few times now and I haven't got sick of it yet! Great post production by Carty, and great songs by Mantra 2!

Do yourself a favour, buy this album!!
It's available to pre order on HMV now!

Friday, August 04, 2006

Strip/ Yours Yours Yours

Marco on Strip and Yours Yours Yours.
Me normal Text, Marco italics.

Strip: the first Ant song to feature vocals by anyone else (Frida from ABBA). Who's idea was it to add the female backing vocals?


How did you get Frida to do it?

We got Benny to ask her.

What did you think of the whole water tank idea in Adam's stage show at this time?

I thought we were all going to get killed.

Why were there no UK gigs/ shows for the Strip album?


Strip the single got to number 41 in the UK charts and the album didn't chart very high - were you and Adam disappointed at this?


Why were Chris and Bob Wiczling not on Strip?

Because they were planning to kill us and take our places.

How much had your life changed in 1983? What do you remember from 1983 mostly?

We both started going with an enormous amount of girls and most of our time was spent doing that and avoiding tax.

Who wrote what for Strip the song?

It was based on a very old demo, that Adam had done most of, so we dusted that off and reworked it.

Yours Yours Yours- who wrote what for this song?

very much a 50/50 to and fro type thing.

Again was this specially written for the b side?


What were you listening to and what influenced the music for Strip the album?

Abba and "The Idiot"

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Wolfmen Channel 4 Interview

Click the picture to the left to go to a Channel 4 Interview with Chris and Marco.

You can also still play the Radio 6 Phill Jupitus interview here.

Monday, July 24, 2006

Adam Ant - Puss 'N Boots

Saturday, July 22, 2006

Wolfmen Kama Sutra Demo

This week saw the hottest temperatures ever recorded in London. And the hottest nights...

So The Wolfmen demo'd a new song - Kama Sutra - to soundtrack the heatwave.

Go here to stream it from the website or here to hear it on the myspace site.

This one is very Bowie sounding, sounds like it could be from Bowie's early 70's Ziggy era.