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Into The Fire
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on 13 January 2016
The follow up album to Reckless, Adams produced an album that was a major departure from the catchy rock tunes of Reckless. Apart from Hearts on Fire which is recognizable Adams, all other tracks show a mature, more contemporary sound, Most of the Lyrics reflect an anti-war sentiment. That is not to say there are no catchy guitar riffs or hooks on this album. If you are looking for any Adams later ballads, this album is probably not for you, but it is a true rock album which suits his style well. It may take 2-3 listens but it is probably my favorite Adams Album alongside Reckless.
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on 10 July 2012
I bought this album in 1987 on vinyl after waiting patiently for 2 years following 'Reckless'. I remember feeling a great sense of disappointment at the time as it sounded a bit downbeat and I never owned it on CD until I bought it last week. I am shocked how good it sounds now. Native Son, Remembrance Day and Home Again are three of the best tracks he has ever recorded and only Track 4, 'Another Day', is weak. The critics always berate this album but it deserves re-appraisal as a forgotten gem when Bryan still rocked more than popped!
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on 31 May 2018
My all time favourite Bryan Adams album, and I feel it’s underrated. Some amazing songs on this, ‘Native son’ Hearts on fire’ ‘Home Again’ and ‘ remembrance day’ to name a few.
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on 12 September 2015
originally bought this when it came out on vinyl. One of those slow burner of an album that after a few listens you quickly realise this is just below par to his masterpiece (Reckless) . Have over the years owned nearly all of his albums but this along with Reckless and Cuts like a knife you should never get rid of as these 3 albums pretty much show him at his best
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on 30 July 2013
This is Bryan Adams best album. Every song is worthy of inclusion, there are no fillers here. Adams was at the top of his game as anyone who saw him on this tour will testify. The whole band are amazing and the songs/production is as good as you could hope for on a rock album. Mr Adams hit his peak on this, just listen to Victim of Love or Native Son, the highs on an album that soars.
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on 15 October 2012
I didn't buy this first time round. I didn't think it could be as good as Reckless so dismissed it. But after listening to it one year when I was abroad it grew on me, eventually buying it on vinyl.

The standout tracks for me are Hearts On Fire (wouldn't be out of place on Reckless), Native Son, Remembrance Day and Into The Fire.

It is as good as Reckless not because it's the same but because it's different. It needs listening to a couple of times but it will grow on you.
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on 8 May 2018
great condition CD
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on 23 January 2018
Cracking CO
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on 10 October 2010
This is just as good as Reckless. It`s got fire, energy and amazing songwriting on it. Bryan Adams at its best. can`t get enough of it. The sound production of the record is one of the best I have ever heard in rock music. Bryan`s voice never sounded better. Buy it!
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on 9 September 2014
one of his best albums from the 80s..maybe not as many hits as reckless but a nice mature follow on record. In the heat of the night is awesome.
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