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Lange's heavy-metal influence is evident here, with Adams serving up a fine approximation of an AC/DC song on "Hey Honey–I'm Packing You In," while "Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven" carries with it the unmistakable flavor of Def Leppard. But in general the emphasis, as always, is on hook-heavy rockers with catchy choruses like "Can't Stop This Thing We Started." Whereas on earlier records Adams had spiced up his songs with traces of social consciousness, this… read more



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  • Отличный альбом! Один из самых любимых.
  • sound like a def leppard \m/
  • This is a really great ROCK album.
  • immer wieder geile Songs, mach weiter so !!!!!
  • Great Album!
  • Great record. Almost as good as "Reckless". Sadly also the end of the "Kid" that wanted to rock.
  • now this is a album!
  • This one for me is right behind Reckless! These 2 albums have kept me hangin on for the ride... keep goin man, we're still rockin with you!
  • It's funny how a great album still can manage to be the beginning of the end. Adams' mid- to late-'80s albums - "Cuts Like a Knife" and "Reckless," especially, but including "Into the Fire" - are the cornerstone of his work and reputation. "Waking Up the Neighbours" is nearly on par with those first two titles, and probably superior to "...Fire," and yet it is the transitional album, containing the seeds of his subsequent slide into sappiness and over-reliance on sappy ballads.
  • Cheesy but great listening all the same

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