Bryan Adams was a huge pop star back in the late '80s and early '90s, but this is the album that ultimately derailed his career. Released in 1996, the album marked the birth of the newer, "cooler" Bryan Adams: the one with slicked back hair. The image overhaul unfortunately overshadowed the album, which had its fair share of hits. "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman" was the big hit here, and deservedly so. However, the album has just as many misses as hits: "We're Gonna Win" is Adams' sad attempt to create something of a stadium staple. Also, song titles like "The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You" and "(I Wanna Be) Your Underwear" are just creepy from a guy who once told us that everything he did, he did it for us. And that's the main problem with this album: Adams was the "nice guy" of rock and roll for too long. His new image and slickly produced album just don't quite work. Buy his "Best of Me" collection, or "Have You Ever..." as a single, and leave it at that.