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  • Audio CD (17 Mar. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B0013F2LSK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,133 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 + Bonus Track (CD Album) von Bryan Adams - 12 Tracks: 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. Something 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, 12. BONUS TRACK: The Way Of The World 3:20 - Edited By : Olle Romo - Mixed By : Bob Clearmountain - Producer : Bryan Adams (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6 to 12) , BA (tracks: 2, 5) , RJ "Mutt" Lange (tracks: 2, 5) - Recorded By : Ben Dobie - Recorded By [Additional] : Bryan Gallant , Kirk McNally - Format: CD, Album - Label: Polydor - Vertrieb/Company: Universal Music - Bestell-Nr./Catalog#: 176 223-7 - VÖ/Released: 17/03/2008 - Land/Country: UK - Interpret/Artist: Bryan Adams - Titel/Title: 11 - Genre: Rock & Pop - EAN/UPC: 602517622371

BBC Review

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. it's a perfectly fine philosophy and one that vegan, Canadian soft-rock icon, Bryan Adams obviously believes in. Those wondering if the slightly suspect dance experiments would make their reappearance here will be disappointed. The template of soaring slide guitar, grandiose piano and four-four 'rawk' stands him in good stead, coaxing the rasping throat to hit the spot time after time. And while most of the tracks here will remind aficionados of one or other of his former glories, his 11th studio album (hence the title) - delivered four charity-boosting and photography-filled years after Room Service - will undoubtedly still find a place in our hearts.

The truth is, this is power pop that only falls short of the kind of critical acclaim that we heap on people like Crowded House, because - let's face it - Adams has never dealt in clever wordplay. The tunes are here in abundance, along with the anthemic choruses that are every inch the equal of Neil Finn's Beatles homages. But subject-wise it's the usual fare of devoted declamations of the wonder of love for some unspecified woman, whether it's in the tones of a shy acoustic troubador as he marvels at its mysteries (Mysterious Ways) or as an air-punching rocker as he claims the love to be as necessary to his survival as oxygen (erm...Oxygen). It's a cliche-ridden ride but no less enjoyable for those that buy into the dream. For, if Bruce Springsteen can still sing of diners, darkness on the edge of town and blue collar travails and make them sound like he means it, why shouldn't we believe Bryan? It's all very fine as an accompaniment to that romantic date at the local football stadium or Earls Court. If there can be such a thing.

At times the toasted croak sounds a little dispassionate, as though Adams himself has been preaching this gospel of six-stringed love so long now (this is his 25th year as a megastar) that he's having trouble really believing it himself any more (She's Got A Way sounds a mite phoned-in and pushes the formula to its natural limit). Yet using the same band over the years means that what you lose in commitment you gain in aural comfort. These songs sound simultaneously lived-in and timeless (in that they could have been made at any point between 1985 and 2008). Fans needn't worry: The whole of 11 will sound great blasted out amongst his better-known numbers and, as we said, if it ain't broke... --Chris Jones

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3.7 out of 5 stars

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By H. M. Barton on 15 Mar. 2008
Format: Audio CD
This in my opinion is one of the best albums Bryan Adams has ever made. As a life-long fan my opinion may be biased, but every song on this album is catchy and instantly memorable, and I think his voice gets better and better with the years.
Overall it has a rockier feel than his previous two albums ('Spirit' and 'Room Service'), with uptempo tracks such as 'Oxygen', 'Flower grown wild' and 'Way of the world'. He also still proves that he's the king of sing-a-long stadium ballads with 'Something to believe in' and 'We found what we were looking for'. I'm looking forward to getting out my cigarette lighter and swaying to those this summer.
Any Bryan Adams fan will adore this album, and maybe this is the one that will also convert the sceptics...let's hope so as Bryan is a true legend!! :)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By W. R. Green on 24 Mar. 2008
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A lot of people on various sites are slating this album because they don't feel that it offers what they've become accustomed to on a typical Bryan Adams album.
The fact is every artist changes with the times. If every album offered the same thing we would soon get tired of it.
This album is definately more chilled than "Room Service", but it still has some nice upbeat tracks to keep the balance.
Highlights include "Tonight we have the stars", "I thought I'd seen everything" and "She's got a way".
If you like Bryan Adams I don't think you'll be dissapointed. "11" isn't his worst album like a lot of people are saying, it's just different.
Buy it and make up your own mind...
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"Everything happens for a reason" is a well known phrase, and after hearing the offerings on this album I am struggling to find out what Mr Adams' reasons are for inflicting this on us after releasing such gems as Waking Up The Neighbours and 18 Til I Die.

Perhaps he is sick and tired of writing decent rock `n' roll albums (Reckless, Into The Fire) as he had a disastrous attempt at dance music (Don't Give Up, Cloud Number Nine). The latter which it is claimed is very popular at his live shows. This reviewer tries to attend every tour and it has to be said that when Adams churns this one out the surrounding people in the audience just groan!
Perhaps he hasn't quite remembered how to play a guitar after dropping two members of his band at the end of the 90's (keyboardist Tommy Mandell and bassist Dave Taylor) and taking up the role of bass player. This was rectified a couple of years ago with Gary Breit and Norm Fisher employed to fill the gap in the musical harmony with Adams' reprising the role of guitarist- happy days are here again!
Perhaps music has taken the back seat to his camera flash, as every other month some model is splattered in a glossy with the "photo by Bryan Adams" label pasted below it.
Perhaps he is more interested in generating money than a half decent album as every six years there appears to be another `Best Of' on the shelves of every record store- So Far So Good (1993), The Best Of Me (1999), Anthology (2005). Interestingly Anthology features every song on So Far So Good bar two, and every song on The Best Of Me bar one. Chances are 2011 will bring yet another `Best Of' but insultingly feature some tracks off 11 incorporated into the tracks off Anthology...bar none!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By lucygirl1 on 22 May 2011
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Read all the other reviews - I like what Bryan does & could listen to him all day. I played this cd in my car for weeks when I first got it & just enjoyed it for what it is - Bryan doing what he does best.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By H. Betts on 4 Feb. 2009
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I was expecting this album to be "more of the same with a different title". In fact, the album is excellent. There are some really good ballad tracks and it has quickly become the most played of my christmas purchases!I'm old enough to have bought BA's very first albums and have been a fan forever. Some recent albums have fallen short, but "11" definitley sees BA back on top form.
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By Sam VINE VOICE on 2 Aug. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Being a huge fan of Bryan Adams, was anticipating this album a lot. Listened to it a couple of times, but then totally lost interest and have not listened to it since then. The lyrics, music choice and everything else seems to be just polished up from previous work. I mean, here we have one of the best male singers of the world, who did unforgettable master pieces before, but now there is nothing special coming out any more. I hardly remember the songs now, and to be honest do not even feel like going back to play it again. Was hoping for more of a change, more rhythm, more greatness from Bryan Adams, but was a bit disappointed. It is not a bad album, the songs are good, but I was expecting something a lot better than that, hence only two stars, just because it is Bryan Adams.
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By wolfie_smith on 2 May 2008
Format: Audio CD
What is it with Bryan Adams? I've enjoyed plenty of his music for plenty of years now but he's one of the most frustrating artists I know. He seems to have a real knack of following a real corker of an album with a rather mediocre effort. For instance the (largely) excellent 18 Til I Die was followed up by the tedious On A Day Like Today. Likewise the cracking Room Service was followed by this tepid offering (Live albums & Compilations excepted). There are a couple of highlights (Oxygen, Tonight We Have The Stars and The Way Of The World being particular favourites) but the rest of the album is largely forgettable.
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