Room Service Import
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
|1. East Side Story|
|2. This Side Of Paradise|
|3. Not Romeo Not Juliet|
|5. She's A Little Too Good For Me|
|6. Open Road|
|7. Room Service|
|8. I Was Only Dreamin'|
|9. Right Back Where I Started From|
|10. Nowhere Fast|
|11. Why Do You Have To Be So Hard To Love|
Bryan Adams returns with Room Service, his first studio album in almost 7 years. A collection of 11 new tracks, Room Service was recorded while on the road in Europe - in hotels and backstage at concert venues. The title track 'Room Service' is a poignant autobiographical look at what can be a lonely life on the road. 'This Side Of Paradise' is the first single. Mercury. 2005.
What Other Items Do Customers Buy After Viewing This Item?
Top Customer Reviews
Bryan Adams took a bit of a break from recording after releasing three different albums in the span of three years, he slowly began to record again when it leaked into the news that he was working on tracks for the "Spirit: Stallion of The Cimarron". While the songs Bryan Adams recorded for the soundtrack were classic, the sountrack didn't really fill the Bryan Adams indulgence as there were orchestral versions included and in some cases, you had to flip threw the album to find the next Bryan Adams track.
Room Service opens with 'East Side Story'. He wrote this with Chicane who has done wonderful remixes of some of Bryan's previous tracks like 'Cloud Number Nine' I think it's a terrific track to open with, it's fun, care free Bryan at his best. You can kind of picture a story to this in away, picture yourself seeing someone you find really attractive and you both for a second make eye contact, then you never see them again. I really think this should have been a single, shame it wasn't. I also remember when I first heard the opening to this song, it was like breathing in a breath of fresh air, the music sounded so fresh and so new.
'This Side Of Paradise' was actually the first single from Room Service in the United States. I think it got some radio play here in Canada as well. It's a wonderful song, it's another one of those songs you can kind just think and get lost in thought with.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
album seemed a bit rushed and a little too short, but still is a great album. definately worth the money i paid for it.Published on Jan. 8 2006 by Mark T*tties Nelson - attending Archbishop Oscar Romero High School
what can i say? my little sister bought me this album and i couldnt agree more with her review! its amazing but you cant expect it not to be considering we're talking about Bryan... Read morePublished on Oct. 30 2005 by Dayton