Strip is the second studio album by Adam Ant, released in 1983.
- "Strip" (3:48)
- "Baby, Let Me Scream At You" (4:07)
- "Libertine" (4:19)
- "Spanish Games" (3:00)
- "Vanity" (4:08)
- "Puss 'N' Boots" (3:52)
- "Playboy" (3:50)
- "Montreal" (4:23)
- "Navel To Neck" (3:41)
- "Amazon" (3:50)
You May Find Your Tropes Getting In The Way...
- Alliterative Title: "Navel To Neck".
- Face on the Cover: A close-up of Adam's face, lying in the hay.
- Hot Librarian: In the music video for "Strip", there's a very prim, proper woman in glasses shown throughout the clip, until the end, when she flips out, kicks over a table and, you guessed it, takes off the glasses and starts to strip .
- Homage: The album cover is fashioned after the poster for the 1943 film The Outlaw, starring Jane Russell.◊
- Intercourse with You: "Strip"When it gets so hot, the end of the dayYou may find your clothes getting in the wayIf a pretty dress hides your true desireFold it nice and slow, throw it on the fire
- Loves the Sound of Screaming: May be the case in "Baby, Let Me Scream At You".
- One-Word Title: "Strip", "Vanity", "Playboy", "Amazon", "Montreal".
- Record Producer: Adam Ant, Richard James Burgess, Phil Collins, Hugh Padgham, Marco Pirroni
- Remaster: A remaster was released in 2005, with eight bonus tracks.
- Rock: Veering between basic rock and pop rock.
- Roll in the Hay: The album cover shows this off nicely.
- Shout-Out:I know a girl, she's got a lust for dangerThinks being tough makes her the Lone Ranger
Beautiful, his Bardot
- Special Guest: Phil Collins provided drums and percussion on the album. Anni-Frid Lyngstad (Abba) provided additional vocals.
- Spelling Song: "Amazon", near the endDon't call her AmazonA-M-A-Z-O-N
- Title Track: "Strip"If I strip for you will you strip for me?