Review

Entitled McCartney II because its one-man band approach mirrors that of his first solo album, Paul McCartney's first record since the breakup of Wings was greeted upon its release as a return to form, especially since its synth-heavy arrangements seemed to represent his acceptance of new wave. Occasionally, as in the effortless hooks of "Coming Up," the record is quite enjoyable. McCartney II finds Paul in an adventurous state of mind, which is a relief after years of formulaic pop. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

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