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  • Audio Cassette
  • Label: A&M
  • ASIN: B000002GDM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Feb 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is truely the most under-rated Bryan Adams album of all-time. Even though Bryan didn't have his biggest hits from Into The Fire, the first track "Heat Of The Night" is the most known, with Bryan playing the lead guitar, which is also rare to find. The other tracks on the album are just outstanding, and have a class none of his other albums have. The touchy "Into The Fire" is definitely one of my favorite songs but good-oldstyle rockers like "Only The Strong Survive", "Another Day" and "Rebel" are songs not to be missed. The most outstanding tracks are "Into The Fire", "Native Son", "Remembrance Day" and "Hearts On Fire". My conclusion is that Bryan has completed this album with a lot of style, and what the critics say about that lyrics were never his best thing: Think again, because Bryan's lyrics are the most touching you can imagine, and very well written too. The fans love him for his music and the strong lyrics, which on every album are very well written. A 5 star is even underrated for this album, it deserves a 10 star as far as I'm concerned :)
Tom Verbroekken.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 25 Aug 2001
Format: Audio CD
I like this album and play it regularly. Having rocked with the Reckless/Cuts like a knife albums, this was departure into a more thoughtful style of music. Why isn't a rock star allowed a conscience ? 'Into the fire' is the last great album from Bryan Adams, and probably his most personal. 'Native Son' deals with the issues of mis-treated native indians, Remebrance Day and Rebel deal with subjects surrounding Canada and the early 1900's. There are still some rock tracks such as 'Hearts on Fire' and 'Only the strong survive' but it is essentially 'his' album.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 April 2000
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Although this was released before Bryan was a major star in Britain, some of the songs on this CD have never been bettered. The music is wide-ranging, from the classy rock tune 'Only the strong survive', to the slower, more soulful 'Native son', which is definitely the best song here. 'Remembrance day' has since become an anthem for peace, and none of the songs dissapoint. It is a tradgedy that none of these songs were included on the 'Best of me' album. A true, if unrecognised, classic of its time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By nm1270 on 2 Jan 2009
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When I bought my first CD player as a 17 year old in 1987 there were two CD's that were always in the disc-drive,one was 'The Lonesome Jubilee' by John Mellencamp and the other was 'Into The Fire' - Bryan Adams' most mature offering.
'Into The Fire' never set the world alight (excuse the pun!) and why should it?After all there were no obvious singles here and it only contained two songs concerning love/relationships in the form of the ballad 'Victim Of Love' and the rocking single 'Hearts On Fire'.Unlike Bryan's previous albums there were no fist-in-the-air anthems ALA 'Kids Wanna Rock' or radio friendly songs such as 'Run To You' and 'Summer Of '69'.Many of his fans at the time probably felt let-down which is understandable but with a little patience and scratching at the surface the listener should begin to appreciate the album for what it is -a conscientious and topical adult rock album,a definite 'grower'.
'Into The Fire' is the sound of a 27 year old singer/songwriter and his band maturing and reaching their peak both musically and lyrically.Every song is strong,kicking off with the drug-running themed 'In The Heat Of The Night' leading into the brooding,downbeat title track.'Another Day' is about making ends meet-"They say the best in life is free but if you don't pay then you don't eat".
The best track on the album has to be 'Native Son' a tale of the injustice inflicted on Native Americans as described by it's powerful lyrics:-
"I've seen many moons through these wrinkled eyes,
The years have made me old but they've made me wise,
Now the white man lives where our rivers run,
Like dogs we were driven from this place,
Such injustice time will not erase,"
'Native Son' tails off with a simply sublime guitar solo by Keith Scott.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mark Porter on 15 July 2011
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It seems like an age ago now but Bryan Adams was under huge pressure at the time to follow his worldwide breakthrough album `Reckless.' `Into The Fire,' for me at least, is by FAR the best album Bryan Adams has ever recorded. The songs here are mature, reflective and brilliantly written, arranged and played. I remember reading that the bands were holed up for a number of weeks in a large house and the drum parts for some of the tracks were recorded in a large cupboard to get the huge sound. Every track on here is head and shoulders above much of the guff that came later (`18 Til I Die' for example). The late Bob Clearmountain was still at the helm here; this was before Adams turned to Def Leppard producer Mutt Lange and allowed him to (over) produce the soul right out of his performances.
This album burns and broods but it rocks too. It just does so in a far more imaginative way than seems to have been the case since. The opening track `Heat of the Night' comes over like a modern film noir soundtrack; it builds a sense of menace and sets the atmosphere. The title track is classic, as are `Native Son' in which a Native American elder sits atop a mountain and explains the history of his people and their land to a young boy.
`Rebel' is about a man back from the war, perhaps a private one, struggling to fit in with the sleepy town he left behind `there's a new coat of paint on the front garden gate but there's more here than first meets the eye.' These songs tell stories. They ignore the banal strut of the later material. I wouldn't be so critical of what came next had this album not been so brilliant.
Writing this, I can hear in my head the haunting refrain from `Remembrance Day' - (the guns will be silent, there'll be no more fighting, we'll lay down our weapons...
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