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Bryan Adams: Anthology

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Album Review

Made up of brisk, pop-perky guitar fair, Bryan Adams' first album gained a considerate amount of airplay in Canada, but his notoriety abroad was still a couple of albums away. At 21, Adams' voice sounds a whole lot younger than his age, but the album itself holds up well, comprised of simple but buoyant pop songs. The better tracks stem from the brisk but amicable "Hiding from Love," the well-sung "Give Me Your Love," and from the staunch keyboard zing of "Remember." But the other tracks are in no way disappointing, with "Win Some, Lose Some," "Wastin' Time," and "Don't Ya Say It" all containing a pleasurable albeit rudimentary pop formula. In his late teens, Adams had worked with writer Jim Vallance, collaborating and writing songs for Prism (who Vallance was a member of at one time) and Bachman-Turner Overdrive before he was signed to A&M. This partnership had payed off for Adams, and his musicianship and writing skills became stronger with each release. Although his big break came with the release of 1983's Cuts Like a Knife, an album that gave him his first three Top 40 singles, Bryan Adams makes for an interesting and entertaining debut, especially from a retrospective standpoint. His tapered guitar punch may still have been in the making, but it's obvious by the cuts on this album that he was destined to be a successful radio rocker.

Customer Reviews

IPOD Rips off loyal customers again

I purchased an i-pod in good faith - I now feel ripped off. We buy our music from i-tunes so that we can use our "pods" yet i have come on here today to buy to albums and find that they are both only partial albums that i can order from Amazon for less than half the price of one of the albums brought individually on here. I-pod sort your act out before your loyal customers revert to mp3 players and go elsewhere for music!

Thanks but no thanks

Great collection of songs but not willing to buy them individually, come on iTunes!

Waiting for the whole album

Nothing wrong with this album...brings back those memories of school discos and first crushes. Real walk down memory lane. Pity I won't be buying it until it's available as a FULL album.

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