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Artist: Bryan Adams

Title: Waking Up The Neighbours

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Category: AOR

Year: 1991

Label: A & M Records

Catalog Number: 397 164-2

Personnel

Bryan Adams Vocals, Guitars
Dave Taylor Bass
Keith Scott Guitars
Mickey Curry Drums

Bill Payne Piano, Organ
Tom Mandel Organ, Keyboards
Larry Klein Bass
Robbie King Organ
Phil Nicholas Keyboards
Brenda Nicholas Keyboards
Tuck Back Twins Backing Vocals
Ed Shearmur Keyboards

Tracks

1.  Is Your Mama Gonna Miss Ya?  4:40
2.  Hey Honey I'm Packin' You In!  3:59
3.  Can't Stop This Thing We Started  4:29
4.  Thought I'd Died And Gone To Heaven  5:48
5.  Not Guilty  4:12
6.  Vanishing  5:03
7.  House Arrest  3:57
8.  Do I Have To Say The Words?  6:11
9.  There Will Never Be Another Tonight  4:40
10.  All I Want Is You  5:20
11.  Depend On Me  5:07
12.  (Everything I Do) I Do It For You  6:34
13.  If You Wanna Leave Me (Can I Come Too?)  4:43
14.  Touch The Hand  4:05
15.  Don't Drop That Bomb On Me  5:58
  
Total Running Time:  74:46

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From: juan carlos Date: January 20, 2009 at 23:42
Definately his last Best record made by Bryan Adams. Awesome production āla Def Leppard and Really Catchy Choruses. "Thought I'd Died And Gone To Heaven" is my favorite BAīs song of all times, for Godīs sake, What a fantastic song! "Do I Have To Say The Words?" is another Highlight. "Reckless" is a classic BAīs album but "Waking Up The Neighbours" is also a clear winner. A Must Have. 9.8/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 21, 2009 at 14:19
Well now, I wouldn't exactly say it's waking up any neighbors, but it might cause them to toss and turn a bit. It's kind of "pleasant" to listen to, the way an album like Leppard's Adrenalize is. Hell, a lot of post-Pyromania Lep tunes don't sound all that far off Bryan Adams songs.) That said, I once saw the guy in concert at some state fair or other, and live, his music was a good bit harder than on record. Can't knock his sense of humor either, but ... that Robin Hood song is one of the most horrific songs ever recorded, by anybody.

From: pepus71 Date: January 21, 2009 at 16:50
A lo Def Leppard??? por supuesto!!!! si es el mismo productor...Mut Lange!!!!....Falta mas discografia eh!!!

From: Geoff Date: January 21, 2009 at 20:28
No doubt in the world that this is his best CD... by a million miles, to be honest. I think this was the first album I ever owned and I played it to death and knew every lyric for years. It got overshadowed by many CDs since, but still has a firm place in my collection. So many cool Def Leppard-sounding songs on this one! Of all 15 songs, only 'Everything I Do) I Do It For You' is a dud. Every single other song, to some degree, is a good listen. Faves include 'Thought I'd died and gone to heaven', 'Can't Stop This Thing We Started', 'Not guilty', 'Do I Have To Say The Words?', 'House Arrest' and 'There Will Never Be Another Tonight'. But as I say, only one dud on this. The rest is great.

From: edwithmj Date: January 21, 2009 at 22:14
A brilliant album. I tried to upload this a few months ago and it got rejected. Every song is a killer and my favourites are Everything I Do (the reason I bought the album), Can't Stop This Thing We Started, Thought I'd Died And Gone To Heaven and Depend On Me. All in all very solid and I was surprised at how good it was considering I only got it for one song.

From: vandervelde Date: January 25, 2009 at 17:59
WHY SO SERIOUS about Everything I Do? I think it's really good, even great song, and IMO it doesn't stand far from the rest of the album (solo in Everything is also horrific? videoclip with hilarious Alan Rickman?? )...I too think it's his best work, good dose of keys and this Def Leppard/Mutt (he is here by the way) patented big bucks sound...my fave is beautiful AORish Depend On Me...i also love Thought I'd Died and Don't Drop That Bomb and to be honest every other song...this is amazing record in every possible term, one of my faves in my entire collection to this day...

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: January 26, 2009 at 1:00
Great album, maybe "Thought I'd Died And Gone To Heaven" is the best song here very fine AOR but Can't Stop This Thing We Started is 100% Bryan Adams of 80's (Reckless times) and of course my fav song here, the most of songs sounds exactly to Adrenalize(better than this one) of Leppard a question? is Bryan Adams or Joe Elliot(or Bryan was Joe in Adrenalize) but we have to classic Bryan in "Can't Stop This Thing We Started & There Will Never Be Another Tonight"

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From: Jez Date: March 16, 2009 at 21:13
Great in places, but not his finest hour in my opinion. There are some great songs on here, but alot of filler aswell over it's 70 minutes. Lot's of 'Mutt' Lange trademarks throughout this disc, which works well for Def Leppard etc, but to be honest, I preferred the sound of his previous discs to this one. Don't get me wrong, it is a good, solid album, but nowhere near his best work for me.

From: Zorro11 Date: December 22, 2010 at 9:30
Classic.

From: 123charpenay Date: November 12, 2011 at 16:52
two or three fillers on fifteen songs.erase the fillers (songs who sounds to much rock n roll at my taste).the rest is high class melodic rock.big mutt lange influence some songs looks like to def leppard.a real pleasure.of course this record, very easy to find at a very low price is hightly recommanded.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 30, 2017 at 15:17
Put Def Leppard & John Cougar Mellencamp in one blender,mix it and then you'll have this Bryan Adams album out ...tracks 1,3,4(nice),5,7,8(nice),9,10,11(nice),12(beautiful song!),13,14 & 15 are the ones for me...it's a wonderful album anyway!...88/100

From: hair metal again Date: November 5, 2019 at 8:59
another masterpiece for BRYAN ADAMS that of course got some worldwide hits as usual!the DEF LEPPARD influence is obvious but always under his music trademark!"dont drop the bomb on me","do i have to say the words","cant stop this thing we started","everything i do" and "thought i died and gone to heaven" are fantastic songs indeed!essential and a classic that i had the pleasure to witness live back in the day


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