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Adam Faith: City Boy

Barbara Charone, Sounds, 13 March 1976

"ACT LIKE a real shit," the assistant director is coaching Adam Faith on the eve of the West End debut of City Sugar. As disc jockey Leonard Brazil who prefers sixties rock classics to the commercial seventies pap he spins daily, Adam Faith does not need much coaxing. In his first acting role since the critical success of Stardust, this one time pop star perfectly understands the desperation of the cynical DJ he plays.

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