10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With his fourth album, Bryan Adams did what all cleanup hitters should do: knock out a grand slam. Reckless is so overstuffed with classic-rock-radio perennials, it practically qualifies as a greatest-hits collection. Arena-ready anthems like “Summer of ’69” and “Somebody” stayed true to Adams’ rocker roots, but the simmering intensity of “Run to You,” the lighter-sparking “Heaven,” and the soul-powered Tina Turner duet “It’s Only Love” revealed a greater depth to his denim-and-leather image.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

With his fourth album, Bryan Adams did what all cleanup hitters should do: knock out a grand slam. Reckless is so overstuffed with classic-rock-radio perennials, it practically qualifies as a greatest-hits collection. Arena-ready anthems like “Summer of ’69” and “Somebody” stayed true to Adams’ rocker roots, but the simmering intensity of “Run to You,” the lighter-sparking “Heaven,” and the soul-powered Tina Turner duet “It’s Only Love” revealed a greater depth to his denim-and-leather image.

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Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

43 Ratings
43 Ratings

Truly a Legend

Lethalized

Here's a music critic challenge for everybody: Is this one of the- if not the- greatest albums of the 80s/now. If you said yes, you know music. If you said no, you're just flat-out an idiot. Thank you, Bryan Adams, for giving the world this unbelievably great music. Can't wait to hear the new album coming soon!

Yes we do

Zaphod Beeblerox

Brings back memories of the rockin' 80's.

Amazing

Metalmayhem1968

This is one of the most amazing albums of all time hands down been listening to him since I was a teenager in the 80's Keep Rockin Bryan

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