History Music / BryanAdams

15th Oct '17 2:46:30 PM nombretomado
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* BritishEnglish: Adams says "bloody" in You Want It You Got It. The fact he has British parents may explain his choice of word, but it is still really weird to hear him sing it with his Canadian accent. Jim Vallance posted a picture of the original lyric sheet for the song on his website, which clearly says "fucking" instead of "bloody". So it may have been deliberate censorship as the song was considered a potential single at the time.
** He also calls french fries 'chips' in an interview from 1985, although he might be humoring the Scottish interviewer.
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.
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