Bryan Adams' Waking Up The Neighbours is arguably one of the best rock albums ever made, in history. I'd just like to address the people that are putting this album down for its lyrics and criticizing Adams for working with production-god Mutt Lange: wake up! This album sold 15 million copies worldwide, so I'd say you and others with your opinions are definitely the minority. So what if the majority of the album's songs have a love-based theme? People relate to love! That's why this is such a great album. You can relate to it. Also, there are some great party tunes on here. People like to have fun, and they can relate to love. Duh! But on the musical hand, Mutt Lange and Bryan made the music completely flawless. It's impossible to find even one miniscule imperfection on any track. And although nearly eighty minutes long, it is truly amazing that an artist can have a whopping fifteen tracks and have everyone be high-caliber. When I first heard this I thought, this had to be a long album, because if it hadn't have been nearly eighty minutes, a much-needed song may have been left out. Every one of these songs could have (and should have) been a radio smash. The songs are incredible, BA's voice is magnificent, the band is superb, and Mutt Lange...well, he's just a god. I consider it a sacrilege not to own this album! I don't care who you are and what kind of music you like, just BUY IT!