The Pretenders Tickets
The Pretenders are a British rock band known for innovative
songwriting and charismatic performances. The Pretenders
formed at the end of the original British punk movement, in 1978.
Bandmembers have changed throughout the years with group founder,
songwriter and vocalist Chrissie Hynde as the sole constant. In 2005,
The Pretenders were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of
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The Pretenders' debut album, Pretenders, was released in January 1980 and was a great success in both the United Kingdom and the US, both critically and with chart-topping sales. Pretenders was subsequently named one of the best albums of all time by VH1 (#52) and Rolling Stone (#155).
The second full-length album, Pretenders II, was released in August 1981. Most critics at the time called it disappointing, although it is now generally considered a great album. Pretenders II is more spread-out than the debut, and included the Extended Play hit singles, the MTV video hit "Day After Day" and popular album-radio tracks "The Adulteress", "Birds of Paradise" and "The English Roses". According to some critics, "Talk of the Town" is an unrequited-love song about Hynde's old friend Johnny Rotten.
The Pretenders' album Viva el Amor was released in 1999, as was their collaboration with Tom Jones on the album Reload. A Greatest Hits compilation followed in 2000 and Loose Screw in 2002. In early 2006, The Pretenders has their latest release, a box set entitled Pirate Radio, which they are currently touring to promote.