History Music / BryanAdams

17th Jul '17 4:51:04 PM dlchen145
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One of UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}'s most successful musicians, Bryan Guy Adams (November 5, 1959--) entered the music industry as a songwriter in the late 1970s before achieving solo fame in TheEighties. Initially marketed as a "Canadian [[Music/BruceSpringsteen Springsteen]]", Adams developed his own distinctive [[ArenaRock melodic rock]] beginning with his second album, "You Want It, You Got It".

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One of UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}'s most successful musicians, Bryan Guy Adams (November (born November 5, 1959--) 1959) entered the music industry as a songwriter in the late 1970s before achieving solo fame in TheEighties. Initially marketed as a "Canadian [[Music/BruceSpringsteen Springsteen]]", Adams developed his own distinctive [[ArenaRock melodic rock]] beginning with his second album, "You Want It, You Got It".
10th May '17 4:14:51 PM ngh93
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10th May '17 4:10:03 PM ngh93
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One of UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}'s most successful musicians, Bryan Adams entered the music industry as a songwriter in the late 1970s before achieving solo fame in TheEighties. Initially marketed as a "Canadian [[Music/BruceSpringsteen Springsteen]]", Adams developed his own distinctive [[ArenaRock melodic rock]] beginning with his second album, "You Want It, You Got It".

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One of UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}'s most successful musicians, Bryan Guy Adams (November 5, 1959--) entered the music industry as a songwriter in the late 1970s before achieving solo fame in TheEighties. Initially marketed as a "Canadian [[Music/BruceSpringsteen Springsteen]]", Adams developed his own distinctive [[ArenaRock melodic rock]] beginning with his second album, "You Want It, You Got It".
12th Dec '16 1:44:27 PM Xtifr
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One of UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}'s most successful musicians, '''Bryan Adams''' entered the music industry as a songwriter in the late 1970s before achieving solo fame in TheEighties. Initially marketed as a "Canadian [[Music/BruceSpringsteen Springsteen]]", Adams developed his own distinctive [[ArenaRock melodic rock]] beginning with his second album, "You Want It, You Got It".

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One of UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}'s most successful musicians, '''Bryan Adams''' Bryan Adams entered the music industry as a songwriter in the late 1970s before achieving solo fame in TheEighties. Initially marketed as a "Canadian [[Music/BruceSpringsteen Springsteen]]", Adams developed his own distinctive [[ArenaRock melodic rock]] beginning with his second album, "You Want It, You Got It".
20th Mar '16 2:46:40 PM aye_amber
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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience - Grey. Many records of his feature black and white photos of him on the cover. His album You Want It You Got It features a painted in grey background. This color scheme was probably done to distinguish him from the brightly colored album covers of TheEighties and became a standard for him.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience - ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Grey. Many records of his feature black and white photos of him on the cover. His album You Want It You Got It features a painted in grey background. This color scheme was probably done to distinguish him from the brightly colored album covers of TheEighties and became a standard for him.
21st Jan '16 5:45:49 PM Exxolon
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One of UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}'s most successful musicians, Bryan Adams entered the music industry as a songwriter in the late 1970s before achieving solo fame in TheEighties. Initially marketed as a "Canadian [[Music/BruceSpringsteen Springsteen]]", Adams developed his own distinctive [[ArenaRock melodic rock]] beginning with his second album, "You Want It, You Got It".

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One of UsefulNotes/{{Canada}}'s most successful musicians, Bryan Adams '''Bryan Adams''' entered the music industry as a songwriter in the late 1970s before achieving solo fame in TheEighties. Initially marketed as a "Canadian [[Music/BruceSpringsteen Springsteen]]", Adams developed his own distinctive [[ArenaRock melodic rock]] beginning with his second album, "You Want It, You Got It".
31st Dec '15 9:22:46 AM lakingsif
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* OdeToYouth: "Summer of '69"
1st May '15 2:44:16 PM Exxolon
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* EpicRocking: While it's not very rock, his ballad "Let's Make a Night to Remember" clocks in at 10:40
24th Apr '15 6:16:11 PM BadSplice
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* DearNegativeReader: He actually threatened to sue Allmusic if they didn't take their article about him down.
19th Nov '14 6:37:12 AM onionmaster
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* BrokenBase: A lot of his older fans really hate the way Adams' public reputation went from hip pop-rocker to uncool adult contemporary balladeer with "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)", from which it still hasn't really recovered, even when he's made plenty of rock records since.
** Mutt Lange's production on "Waking Up The Neighbours", which makes Adams sound like Def Leppard, is a big BaseBreaker. The lack of Jim Vallance co-writes on the album doesn't help.
** There seems to be a portion of the fanbase who thinks 18 Til I Die is one of his best and On A Day Like Today sucks, and another portion who thinks On A Day Like Today is best and 18 Til I Die sucks. You won't find many who like both equally.
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