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Download links and information about 11 by Bryan Adams. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 43:52 minutes.

Artist: Bryan Adams
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 43:52
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Tonight We Have the Stars 4:06
2. I Thought I'd Seen Everything 5:06
3. I Ain't Losin' the Fight 3:56
4. Oxygen 3:35
5. We Found What We Were Looking For 3:37
6. Broken Wings 3:36
7. Somethin' to Believe In 4:00
8. Mysterious Ways 4:28
9. She's Got a Way 4:41
10. Flower Grown Wild 3:53
11. Walk On By 2:54

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Like a veteran matinee idol, Bryan Adams projects the sort of romantic masculinity that’s appealing even if the roles are familiar. The Canadian singer/songwriter perfected his mix of heartland rock and romantic pop in the ‘80s and has rarely strayed far from this formula. On 2008's 11, he tackles his new tunes with spirit and a discernable twinkle in his eye, and his rough yet mellowed voice fits comfortably with the album’s themes of love, loss and nostalgia. “Tonight We Have the Stars” (co-written with longtime collaborator Jim Vallance), “Mysterious Ways” and “She’d Got a Way” rekindle some of the heat found on Adams’ past hits. “I Ain’t Losin’ the Fight” and “Flower Grown Wild” have a loose-limbed, rootsy charm, while “Oxygen” and “I Thought I’d Seen Everything” shine with modern rock polish. Adams is at his best when he drops down to a near-whisper, as on the quietly passionate “Walk on By.” Recorded at various venues and hotel rooms, 11 benefits from some sharp instrumental touches, particularly Colin Cripps’ murmuring slide guitar and Maire Breatnach’s keening fiddle.