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18 Til I Die
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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Brandi H. (brandijolove) from WHITE LAKE, WI
Reviewed on 8/26/2006...
Great Cd- Have you Ever Really Loved a Woman is my favorite. Cd is in great condition- almost like new.
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Great Record - Lang really makes the record flow
Eric P. Texas | Nashville, TN | 07/18/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Brian Adams can really write great songs and this album is full of them. Now some of the songs may not be as honorable as others, but at least Adams is honest. This record will take you for a ride from its fast/fun songs such as "18 Till I Die" to the slower songs such as "I'll Always Be Right There". "Have You Every Really Loved a Woman?" is also a great song.
Mutt Lang did a great job producing this record. The flow of the record is incredible. When I listen to most records I skip around, but I don't with this one. The key is how the songs are spaced out. There is a silence of up to almost 10 seconds after the slower, more thoughtful songs and as short as less than a second after the fast songs. I'm not really sure about the science behind the timing of the album, but it is a great album. There is a song for every type of listener on Brian Adams' "18 Till I Die".
Carltouis Stevenson | Angeles Mesa, Los Angeles | 10/16/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"After hearing "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?", I sat back and asked myself that same question. I came to the conclusion that I needed to have this song at least in my collection. Brian Adams' 18 Til I Die is a combination of feeling and yearning to be more than what appears on the surface. "Do To You" is an example of a man wanting to do better and to give back to his woman to an upbeat tune. With lyrics saying "...let's do something amazing..." to enhance any relationship, is covered on "Let's Make A Night To Remember". On to something slower, uplifting and thought provoking, "Star" gives hope and adds to the remainder of this album. Brian spends time to reflect on things over a slow tempo "I Think About You" produced by Brian Adams himself. The more epic "I'll Always Be Right There" sounds as if it's an addition to a movie score with harmonious rhythm and violins to match. "You're Still Beautiful To Me" could be a crossover country song. Production was by Robert John Lange & Brian Adams and was very insightful and clear, but didn't continuously keep it constant."