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Anthology

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Download links and information about Anthology by Bryan Adams. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 02:33:08 minutes.

Artist: Bryan Adams
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 36
Duration: 02:33:08
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Remember 3:41
2. Lonely Nights 3:47
3. Straight from the Heart 3:31
4. Cuts Like a Knife 5:16
5. This Time 3:19
6. Run to You 3:53
7. Somebody 4:42
8. Heaven 4:03
9. Summer Of '69 3:35
10. One Night Love Affair 4:32
11. It's Only Love (featuring Tina Turner) 3:15
12. Heat of the Night 5:06
13. Hearts On Fire 3:30
14. Everything I Do - I Do It for You 6:33
15. Can't Stop This Thing We Started 4:28
16. There Will Never Be Another Tonight 4:40
17. Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven 5:48
18. The Best of Me 3:29
19. Please Forgive Me 5:55
20. All for Love 4:42
21. Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman? 4:52
22. Rock Steady (Live) (featuring Bonnie Raitt) 4:03
23. The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You 3:37
24. Let's Make a Night to Remember 6:19
25. Star (Single Version) 3:40
26. Back to You (Alternate Version) 4:41
27. I'm Ready (Alternate Version) 4:28
28. On a Day Like Today 3:29
29. Cloud Number Nine (Chicane Mix) 4:10
30. Here I Am (Alternate Version) 4:43
31. This Side of Paradise 3:50
32. Why Do You Have to Be So Hard to Love 2:57
33. Open Road 3:31
34. 18 Til I Die (Live In Lisbon) 4:00
35. When You're Gone 3:24
36. So Far So Good 3:39

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Bryan Adams has been an incredibly successful singer-songwriter since emerging in the early 1980s with his modest, workmanlike pop tunes that bypass the usual rock star poses for clean, concise pop hooks and a heartfelt sincerity. “Cuts Like a Knife” may not be the most inventive use of the phrase, but its pleasing radio presence, highlighted by Adams’ gritty voice, made it a true sign of the times. This 36-track collection includes an eye-popping amount of versatile radio hits. “Run to You,” “Heaven,” “Summer of ‘69” begin what became an effortless hit machine, while “Everything I Do – I Do It For You,” “the flamenco-based “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman,” the slightly embarrassing “The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You” are the sound of a professional songwriter (Adams worked best as a collaborator with Jim Vallance and Robert John “Mutt” Lange) finding the perfect balance between AOR accessibility and the stringent demands of modern rock radio. The absence of an arrogant rock star attitude gave Adams a nice guy persona at odds with most cocky rockers of his day. His dedication to his craft has helped these songs last beyond the trend-conscious contributions of his many contemporaries.