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MTV Unplugged

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Summer Of '69
4:02
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Back To You
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Cuts Like A Knife
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I'm Ready
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Fits Ya Good
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When You Love Someone
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18 Til I Die
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I Think About You
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If Ya Wanna Be Bad - Ya Gotta Be Good / Let's Make A Night To Remember
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The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You
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A Little Love
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Heaven
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I'll Always Be Right There
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 52:24

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They Say All Music Guide

Only two years after delivering his first live set, Bryan Adams returned with his second, MTV Unplugged. Of course, “unplugged” albums were in vogue in the ’90s, but it has to be said that Adams arrived a little late in the game, several years after efforts by Eric Clapton and 10,000 Maniacs ruled the charts. Nevertheless, Adams’ MTV Unplugged is a strong effort, featuring stripped-down versions of such staples as “Summer of ’69,” “Cuts Like a Knife,” and “Heaven” that prove that he’s a resourceful straight-ahead rocker with a knack for a hook. There’s also a handful of surprises, like early cuts like “Fits Ya Good” and a few new songs, that keep the record interesting for dedicated fans, but the overall quality of the music makes the record one of his best efforts of the ’90s. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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