History Music / RyanAdams

29th Aug '17 8:13:40 AM dlchen145
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Who is Ryan Adams?

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Who is David Ryan Adams?



A native of Jacksonville, North Carolina, he's lived in [[BigApplesauce New York]] for quite a while.

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A Born on November 5, 1974, he's a native of Jacksonville, North Carolina, he's but has lived in [[BigApplesauce New York]] for quite a while.
18th Jul '17 11:23:49 AM BadSplice
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* JerkAss: He's gotten better over the years, but he was infamous in his younger days for being a mean, abusive, angry drunk who alienated friends, bandmates, and audience members alike because of it.

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* JerkAss: {{Jerkass}}: He's gotten better over the years, but he was infamous in his younger days for being a mean, an erratic, abusive, angry drunk who alienated friends, bandmates, and audience members alike because of it.
25th May '17 9:58:49 PM MikeK
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* LineOfSightName: His manager called him up and put him on the spot to come up with a title for his first solo album; he happened to be in a room where a poster of Music/MariahCarey wearing a t-shirt that read "heartbreaker" was hanging on the wall, so that became the title.
9th Mar '17 7:36:27 PM missmoon
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* ''Prisoner'' (2017)



* NoHitWonder: He has never had a significant charting hit, but continues to record quite often.
26th Feb '17 9:42:54 PM gewunomox
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After three more albums (one unofficially, the other two officially) with the Cardinals, he broke up the band in 2009, married Music/MandyMoore, released some BlackMetal tracks as "Werewolph," and some generic HardRock ones as "Sleazy Handshake." The next year (2010) he announced that he would try yet again to release a large number of entirely new studio albums; one (''Orion'') is a ScienceFiction HeavyMetal ConceptAlbum that drew criticism, confusion, and general anger from the music press; ''Cardinals III/IV'' (recorded quite some time earlier) was released last year and we're still awaiting ''Blackhole''. Another solo album, ''Ashes & Fire'', was released in late 2011. While fans are appreciative of the amount of work he's doing, a lot would prefer him to ''focus'' and come out with a solid album for once (most of his albums suffer from high levels of AlbumFiller). He then proceeded to confuse everyone by releasing a cover ''album'', covering, of all things, Creator/TaylorSwift's ''1989'' in his own style.

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After three more albums (one unofficially, the other two officially) with the Cardinals, he broke up the band in 2009, married Music/MandyMoore, released some BlackMetal tracks as "Werewolph," and some generic HardRock ones as "Sleazy Handshake." The next year (2010) he announced that he would try yet again to release a large number of entirely new studio albums; one (''Orion'') is a ScienceFiction HeavyMetal ConceptAlbum that drew criticism, confusion, and general anger from the music press; ''Cardinals III/IV'' (recorded quite some time earlier) was released last year and we're still awaiting ''Blackhole''. Another solo album, ''Ashes & Fire'', was released in late 2011. While fans are appreciative of the amount of work he's doing, a lot would prefer him to ''focus'' and come out with a solid album for once (most of his albums suffer from high levels of AlbumFiller). He then proceeded to confuse everyone by releasing a cover ''album'', covering, of all things, Creator/TaylorSwift's Music/TaylorSwift's ''1989'' in his own style.



* TheCoverChangesTheGender : He covered Creator/TaylorSwift's ''1989'' album in its entirety, mostly (but not quite always) changing the lyrics whenever they referred to gender. The most subtle change is in "Wildest Dreams", where, since the lyrics refer to the subject of the song in the second person, he really only has to change one word: "standing in a nice dress" becomes "standing in ''your'' nice dress".

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* TheCoverChangesTheGender : He covered Creator/TaylorSwift's Taylor Swift's ''1989'' album in its entirety, mostly (but not quite always) changing the lyrics whenever they referred to gender. The most subtle change is in "Wildest Dreams", where, since the lyrics refer to the subject of the song in the second person, he really only has to change one word: "standing in a nice dress" becomes "standing in ''your'' nice dress".
29th Dec '16 10:49:58 AM nombretomado
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He then decided to release not one, not two, but ''three'' entirely new studio albums in one year (2005). And he did it, picking up a backing band (the Cardinals) and showing up on [[DavidLetterman Letterman]] in the process, and producing what his alt-country fans consider to be his best album (''Jacksonville City Nights''), to boot.

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He then decided to release not one, not two, but ''three'' entirely new studio albums in one year (2005). And he did it, picking up a backing band (the Cardinals) and showing up on [[DavidLetterman [[Creator/DavidLetterman Letterman]] in the process, and producing what his alt-country fans consider to be his best album (''Jacksonville City Nights''), to boot.
12th Dec '16 1:45:10 PM Xtifr
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Who is '''Ryan Adams'''?

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Who is '''Ryan Adams'''?
Ryan Adams?
23rd Sep '16 1:09:09 PM MikeK
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* TheCoverChangesTheGender : He covered Creator/TaylorSwift's ''1989'' album in its entirety.

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* TheCoverChangesTheGender : He covered Creator/TaylorSwift's ''1989'' album in its entirety. entirety, mostly (but not quite always) changing the lyrics whenever they referred to gender. The most subtle change is in "Wildest Dreams", where, since the lyrics refer to the subject of the song in the second person, he really only has to change one word: "standing in a nice dress" becomes "standing in ''your'' nice dress".
23rd Sep '16 12:53:18 PM MikeK
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* StudioChatter: A couple examples appear on ''Heartbreaker'': The AlbumIntroTrack "Argument With David Rawlings Concerning Morrissey" is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, an in-studio debate about which album an unnamed Morrissey song was on, while "In My Time Of Need" starts with him muttering "All right... Sittin' on my foot is weird".

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* StudioChatter: A couple examples appear on ''Heartbreaker'': The AlbumIntroTrack "Argument With David Rawlings Concerning Morrissey" is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin (i.e. an in-studio debate about which album an unnamed Morrissey song was on, on), while "In My Time Of Need" starts with him muttering "All right... Sittin' on my foot is weird".
23rd Sep '16 12:52:18 PM MikeK
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* StudioChatter: A couple examples appear on ''Heartbreaker'': The AlbumIntroTrack "Argument With David Rawlings Concerning Morrissey" is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, an in-studio debate about which album an unnamed Morrissey song was on, while "In My Time Of Need" starts with him muttering "All right... Sittin' on my foot is weird".
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