Album – Adam ‘n’ Eve – Reviews

Q Magazine (April 1992)

“Echoes Bowie’s panoramic dazzle, filterend through the cheesier bump’n’grind of other ’74 icons like Jobriath, David Essex and Lou Reed’s Berlin with the suavity of Cole Porter. There’s no rehash of camp aesthetics here, but rather a cache of vignettes crammed with opulent details like Saint Divine’s soul shimmer and flamenco flourishes.”

Allmusic – Ned Raggett

“Adam ‘n’ Eve moves from one miniature masterpiece to another, Friday and Seezer the perfect pairing for witty lyrics, melodramatic romance, and much more. The great character portrait “Saint Divine” has an ear for late Roxy Music drama without simply cloning it, while “Fun and Experience” is literally that, a fun, glammy number with everything from backing yelps to lush orchestral bursts. “Falling Off the Edge of the World,” meanwhile, has Friday offering up his own wry takes on things like the Gulf War over nightclub jazz jams while McKee engages him in a fantastic full duet.”