Following a successful stint as the creative ringleader of glam rock forebears Mott The Hoople, Ian Hunter struck out on his own in 1975 with a self-titled solo debut album.
For his second album, All American Alien Boy, he surrounded himself with top-notch session players as well as some impressive rock royalty that included everyone from journeyman drummer Aynsley Dunbar to jazz bass wizard Jaco Pastorius. The resulting album was a mixture of conventional Mott the Hoople-style rock and sonic experiments.
The album features six bonus tracks.
- 1. Letter To Brittania From The Union Jack
- 2. All American Alien Boy
- 3. Irene Wilde
- 4. Restless Youth
- 5. Rape
- 6. You Nearly Did Me In
- 7. Apathy 83
- 8. God (Take 1),
- 9. To Rule Brittania From Union Jack (Session Outtake)
- 10. All American Alien Boy (Single Version)
- 11. Irene Wilde (Take 1 - Session Outtake)
- 12. Weary Anger (Session Outtake)
- 13. Apathy (Session Outtake)
- 14. (God) Advice To A Friend (Session Outtake)