The scarf I’m currently wearing. It’s also the only scarf I own.
I put him in the same catagory as Bon Jovi - loads of big tunes that are fun to sing along too when drunk but really not for me
Ah I’m the opposite, always surprised how many fans there are. Probably an age thing tbh but have definitely noted it as a thing. Big crossover with Bon Jovi fans I’d say.
I’m sure at some point he bought a house in London and then bought the pub next door just so he could shut it down
So a bit of a knob
Love love love the Mel C song though
Yep, my elder cousin (early 50s) is a big fan. Alongside Bon Jovi, Inxs and AC/DC. Radio rock super fan.
Always think of Alan Partridge singing “18 'til I die! I’m gonna be 18, 'til I die!” whenever I see a mention of Bryan Adams.
Excellent behaviour I say
I think it was a popbitch story - I also think pissing through the letterbox was involved
Ive heard it too on the Ricky Gervais XFM show so think it is true
Possibly the worst combination of words ever.
6yo me was obsessed with Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and was obsessed with that song. Had the cassette single, played it to death and made my parents put the radio on at the weekend so I could listen to see if it was still number 1 in the charts.
Apparently one weekend we’d driven home from somewhere and as we got home the chart show was still counting down so I sat in the car in the driveway while my folks went inside. Apparently they could hear 6 year me belting it out, completely out of tune, from inside the house.
Anyway, thanks for your time. I’ve put 2 for the nostalgia. He is a dickhead though.
The double denim rules exist to protect us all
Hmm, he has a new album out next week. Coincidence or is Funky in the pocket of Big Adams?
Very similar feelings to Bon Jovi, in that it is all bland boring enormorock, but with one or two bangers scattered throughout the catalogue. Bangers aren’t as big as the Jovi’s though, so he can score one less than whatever I gave them.
Got a soft spot for the 18 Til I Die album due to the 'rents always playing it in the car on long car journeys, but lets face it, it’s still a 1. That Robin Hood song is up there with I Will Always Love You, I Would Do Anything For Love and Love Is All Around as the worst songs of the 90’s.
It’s the funniest thing ever made
The ultimate 1. Saw him headline Party in the Park 2002 at Hyde Park (I went to see Michelle Branch, 5/5 agreed).
That rule being - if it feels good, do it
Evil Bryan Adams
2/5 because Summer of 69 “slaps”
Bry, A sad man