Canadian new wave conscript Brian Plummer's follow-up to to his simmering debut No Questions (see HERE) was the rock-steady-as-she-goes I'm As Guilty As You Are (1981).
Sound-wise, Plummer sticks to the reggafied new-wave pop-rock that defined his first album. While the debut's AOR-ish flourishes get less play here, no one's ever gonna mistake this for Damned, Damned, Damned. Visually, this time out the art director plays down the bearded-singer-songwriter angle with a plethora of vertical red lines.
Sefel Records (SEF 1002) LP, Canada, 1981
A1 The Fire-Eater
A2 (At The End Of) The Monkey Line
A3 Paper Star
A5 Caviar Or Ginseng
B1 I'm As Guilty As You
B2 Space Instead Of Lines
B3 The King Of The Jungle
B4 Such A Fuss
B5 Steady Rain
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