Bryan Adams ‎– Waking Up The Neighbours

A&M Records ‎– 75021 5367 2
CD, Album



Recorded at Battery Studios, England and The Warehouse Studio, Canada.
Mixed at Mayfair Studios, England
Mastered at Masterdisk - New York City.

℗ & © 1991 A&M Records, Inc.

Sleeve: Printed in the U.S.A.
Disc: DADC Austria

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7502-15367-2 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 7502153672 13
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 7502153672 23A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 7502153672 13A3
  • Other (Variant 1): DIDX 01131
  • Other (Variant 2, 3): DIDX 011313

Other Versions (5 of 103) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
397 164-1 Bryan Adams Waking Up The Neighbours(2xLP, Album) A&M Records 397 164-1 UK 1991 Sell This Version
75021 5367-5 Bryan Adams Waking Up The Neighbours(DCC, Album) A&M Records 75021 5367-5 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version
75021 5367 2 Bryan Adams Waking Up The Neighbours(2xLP, Album) A&M Records 75021 5367 2 Greece 1991 Sell This Version
397164-4 Bryan Adams Waking Up The Neighbours(Cass, Album) A&M Records 397164-4 1991 Sell This Version
397164 1 Bryan Adams Waking Up The Neighbours(LP, Album) A&M Records 397164 1 Colombia 1991 Sell This Version


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July 4, 2013
If you ever wonder how much effect a Producer can have on a record, just listen to this historical document.

Robert J. "Mutt" Lange just took this record over and turned into a Mutt Lange record. Circa 1991, he was coming off big success with AC/DC and then Def Leppard. Soon to come - Shania Twain.

You can hear it all on this record, except with Bryan Adams singing. Start the track "Is Your Mama Gonna Miss Ya?". Is it Bryan Adams or Def Leppard's "Rock of Ages?" Hard to tell at first! Track 2 - "Hey Honey - I'm Packin' You In!" is just "Man - I Feel Like A Woman" from Shania Twain, down to the country-rock guitars and the cutesy play on words title shouted out in the chorus. Want some AC/DC? Check out "Touch the Hand" - it's almost lifted straight from "Highway to Hell"!

The whole album is like listening to Mutt Lange's greatest hits except watered down and filtered through Bryan Adam's vocals. Not a particularly good record, but a great example of what a producer does (or can do when he exercises control or is allowed it).