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Reckless


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 1 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000002GGU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,295 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. One Night Love Affair
2. She's Only Happy When She's Dancin'
3. Run To You
4. Heaven
5. Somebody
6. Summer Of '69
7. Kids Wanna Rock
8. It's Only Love
9. Long Gone
10. Ain't Gonna Cry


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steph Feeney on Oct. 30 2005
Format: Audio CD
I borrowed my mom's CD and then after I did, I went out and bought my own copy....along with one for my best friend, who also loved this album and was looking to explore Bryan Adams.

'Reckless' is widely considered Bryan Adams' first master stroke, and to be honest - it deserves all the credit it has been given in this particular scope of his career. I don't think there is one miss on this album, and from his first album to this point Bryan Adams kept improving and growing as an artist.

The album is full of smash hits, and the album had six hit singles from the album that all made the top fifteen in the US Hot 100 - which prior to Bryan Adams achieving was only done so by Michael Jackon's 'Thriller'. The singles from the album have all become staples of Bryan Adams' career - 'Run To You', 'Summer of '69', 'Heaven', 'Somebody', 'One Night Love Affair' and 'It's Only Love' featuring the lovely Tina Turner.

However, while all those songs are great there are definitely some other tracks on the album that deserve mentioning - 'Kids Wanna Rock' is classic BA at his best, She's Only Happy When She's Dancin' is a fun little groove, 'Long Gone' is a silly break up song, and 'Ain't Gonna Cry' is another break up song and the one thing that makes me laugh at the end of 'Ain't Gonna Cry' is the creepy screaming at the end. Kind of reminds me of something I heard in a horror movie.

Overall this is a great album and it's obvious why this album has held the tests of time. If you're looking to explore Bryan Adams more as an artist and aren't yet familiar with his discography, I would definitely recommend starting here, it's an important piece in the Bryan Adams catalogue. Every song on here is a five star classic!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 31 2004
Format: Audio CD
RECKLESS was Bryan Adams' second great album in a row, and it also defined 80s mainstream rock. The perfect blend of Springsteen/Seger heartland rock, Allmans/Outlaws guitar rock, and Fleetwood Mac pop, topped with Adams' own Joe Cocker/Ray Charles-influenced rasp, this album featured great hooks and hot guitars. Although no one knew it at the time this provided the template for bands like Warrant and Firehouse. This album contains everything from powerful rockers to beautiful ballads. Some people call it bubblegum, but I totally disagree. Adams would make records as good as this one, but he never made one better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L.A. Scene on May 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
Bryan Adams' 1984 album "Reckless" has really become his signature album for his career. Although "Everything I Do, I Do It For You" was his most successful single, that was found on the "Waking Up the Neighbours". The album "Reckless" really was a monster hit. It spawned 6 Top 40 singles including the #1 hit "Heaven" (the other songs were "Run to You", "Somebody", "Summer of 69", "One Night Love Affair", and "It's Only Love". "Reckless" was released at a time when the music and pop industry was in one of its peak periods for the decade. The fact that "Reckless" had multi-platnium sales and 6 Top 40 singles during a very competitive time in the industry speaks volumes for this particular piece of work. Bryan also came out when Canadian musicians was making an impact. Rush was continuing to be a major force in progressive Rock while Corey Hart had some success on the Pop circuit. Adams would soon pass them and become Canada's #1 music act in terms of commerical sales.
The Title "Reckless" says it all. "Reckless" is actually a reference in to a line in the final song "Aint Gonna Cry" in which Adams sings "I got Reckless baby". The album was made when Adams was in his mid 20s and really does a great job at telling tales from a young male's perspective of someone this age. The songs from the album were all collaborations between Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance. Many people say when the Adams/Vallance duo split from songwriting in the 90s that Adams career went into decline. But it was Vallance who contributed some of the strongest songwriting in Bryan's career.
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Format: Audio CD
Reckless spent two weeks at #1 on Billboard 200 albums in 1984 and produced the #1 single, Heaven. Heaven was a #1 single for two weeks on the Hot 100 Singles chart. Summer of "69, RUn to you both reached the top ten. It's Only Love, One Night Love Affair all reached the top 40.

This is one of the best albums from Bryan Adams.

This one of the best male rock albums in a long time.
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By Dayton on Jan. 21 2006
Format: Audio CD
its hard to say this is my favourite cd because a. i dont own them all, and b. the ones i do own are amazing... so i cant say Reckless is my fave of all time, but will say it is just another amazing creation by the one and only Bryan Adams
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By susumu-5 on May 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
Bryan Adams' fourth album in 1984 with whopping six huge hits is by far the best Bryan Adams album so far. The theme is simple and clear "He just wanna rock hard!". This reflects 80s heavy-edged power pop culmination. He felt the air of music scene and he filled the music fans need with such explosive manner. Also this is the solution to fit his unique vocal range to be alive as possible. His earlier albums tried to fit the cleanly high-tone melodic pop trend but this album he adapted backing sound to fit his husky voice. RUN TO YOU is a nice example. He cut his vocal part and put the backing sound for could-be vocal substitution. This worked well in other tracks as well. Then simple but energetic rock music was born. Also he made this album as live-like as possible. In fact, his biggest hit HEAVEN is aired in "live-version". Video clip of SOMEBODY became quite simple using live scene quite effectively. He also joined the rockers alliance to revive the Rock'n Soul legend Tina Turna with "IT'S ONLY LOVE" and that boosted this albums attention as well. SUMMER OF '69 is one of the most played "summer songs" to date.
Essential album for 80's rock fans.
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