Having left the band Great Buildings, Danny Wilde struck out on his own and delivered Any Man's Hunger in the late '80s. While "Time Runs Wild" and the title cut got moderate airplay, it was Wilde's tongue-in-cheek "Contradiction" which stole the spotlight, sending up the U.S.' involvement in Central America in a not too flattering spotlight. Full of good, hard-rockin', pop tunes, "Any Man's Hunger" is a fine first solo effort from an emerging singer/songwriter. It's refreshing listening.
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AllMusic Review by James Chrispell