Waking Up the Neighbours

~ Release by Bryan Adams (see all versions of this release, 16 available)

Tracklist

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12" Vinyl 1
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A1Is Your Mama Gonna Miss Ya?
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
Is Your Mama Gonna Miss Ya? (from 1990 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
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A2Hey Honey - I’m Packin’ You In!
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
Hey Honey - I’m Packin’ You In! (from 1990 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter), Robert John “Mutt” Lange, Vicki Russell (Bryan Adams' ex-girlfriend) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
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A3Can’t Stop This Thing We Started
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
programming:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John 'Mutt' Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
bass:
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
drums (drum set):
Mickey Curry (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
guitar:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
Hammond organ:
Robbie King (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
keyboard:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
background vocals:
The Tuck Back Twins (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991, in 1999), UMG Recordings, Inc. (operational headquarters of Universal Music Group, based in Santa Monica, USA; read annotations) (in 1991) and Badman Ltd. (Bryan Adams’ own publishing company, for copyrights use) (in 1999)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 157)
recording of:
Can’t Stop This Thing We Started (from 1989-05-08 until 1991-04-02)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
2855 Music, Badams Music Limited, Out-of-Pocket Productions Ltd., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., WorkSongs Ltd., Zomba Enterprises, Inc., Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
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A4Thought I’d Died and Gone to Heaven
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
programming:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
bass:
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
drums (drum set):
Mickey Curry (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
guitar:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1990 until 1991-02-28) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
Hammond organ:
Tommy Mandel (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
keyboard:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
background vocals:
The Tuck Back Twins (from 1990 until 1991-02-08)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991), UMG Recordings, Inc. (operational headquarters of Universal Music Group, based in Santa Monica, USA; read annotations) (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991-02-28) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 182)
recording of:
Thought I’d Died and Gone to Heaven (from 1990 until 1991-02-28)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1989-04-06) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange (on 1989-04-06)
publisher:
Out-of-Pocket Productions Ltd., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
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B1Not Guilty
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
Not Guilty (from 1990 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
3.35?:??
B2Vanishing
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
Vanishing (from 1990 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
3.35?:??
B3House Arrest
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
House Arrest (from 1990 until 1991)
written in:
Canada (from 1988 until 1989) and England, United Kingdom (from 1988 until 1989)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1988 until 1989), Robert John “Mutt” Lange (from 1988 until 1989) and Jim Vallance (from 1988 until 1989)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991), Testatyme Music (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
4.5?:??
B4Do I Have to Say the Words?
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John 'Mutt' Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 160)
recording of:
Do I Have to Say the Words? (from 1990 until 1991)
written in:
London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1988 until 1989) and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1988 until 1989)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1988 until 1989), Robert John “Mutt” Lange (from 1988 until 1989) and Jim Vallance (from 1988 until 1989)
publisher:
Rondor Music (London) Ltd., WorkSongs Ltd., Zomba Enterprises Inc., Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991), Testatyme Music (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
3.5?:??
12" Vinyl 2
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C1There Will Never Be Another Tonight
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
programming:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
bass:
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
drums (drum set):
Mickey Curry (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
guitar:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
Hammond organ:
Robbie King (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
keyboard:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
background vocals:
The Tuck Back Twins (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
lead vocals:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991), UMG Recordings, Inc. (operational headquarters of Universal Music Group, based in Santa Monica, USA; read annotations) (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991-04-02) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 180)
recording of:
There Will Never Be Another Tonight (from 1990 until 1991-04-02)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter), Robert John “Mutt” Lange and Jim Vallance
publisher:
Out-of-Pocket Productions Ltd., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991), Testatyme Music (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
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C2All I Want Is You
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
programming:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
bass:
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
drums (drum set):
Mickey Curry (from 1990 until 1991)
guitar:
BA (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1990 until 1991) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1990 until 1991)
Hammond organ:
Robbie King (from 1990 until 1991)
keyboard:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (from 1990 until 1991)
background vocals:
The Tuck Back Twins (from 1990 until 1991)
lead vocals:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991), UMG Recordings, Inc. (operational headquarters of Universal Music Group, based in Santa Monica, USA; read annotations) (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 155)
recording of:
All I Want Is You (from 1990 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
Out-of-Pocket Productions Ltd., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
3.35?:??
C3Depend on Me
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
Depend on Me (from 1990 until 1991)
written in:
London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1988 until 1990) and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1988 until 1990)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1988 until 1990), Robert John “Mutt” Lange (from 1988 until 1990) and Jim Vallance (from 1988 until 1990)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991), Testatyme Music (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
3.65?:??
C4(Everything I Do) I Do It for You
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
programming:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) and Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John 'Mutt' Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (in 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (in 1991)
bass:
Larry Klein (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mickey Curry (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
guitar:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991) and Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
Hammond organ and piano:
Bill Payne (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
keyboard:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
lead vocals:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991, in 1999), UMG Recordings, Inc. (operational headquarters of Universal Music Group, based in Santa Monica, USA; read annotations) (in 1991) and Badman Ltd. (Bryan Adams’ own publishing company, for copyrights use) (in 1999)
recorded at:
Air Studios (Oxford Street, London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1991-04-10 until 1991: piano), Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1991-04-10 until 1991), Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1991-04-10 until 1991: lead vocals) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1991)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 162)
recording of:
(Everything I Do) I Do It for You (from 1991-04-10 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) (on 1991-04-10), Michael Kamen (American score composer) (on 1991-04-10) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange (on 1991-04-10)
publisher:
2855 Music, MCA Music Ltd., Out-of-Pocket Productions Ltd., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., WorkSongs Ltd., Zomba Enterprises Inc., Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991), Miracle Creek Music, Inc. (in 1991), Zachary Creek Music Inc. (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
3.8?:??
D1If You Wanna Leave Me (Can I Come Too?)
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
If You Wanna Leave Me (Can I Come Too?) (from 1990 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
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D2Touch the Hand
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
Touch the Hand (from 1990 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
3.5?:??
D3Don’t Drop That Bomb on Me
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lomas (from 1990 until 1991)
recording engineer:
Nigel Green (engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
assistant engineer:
Yan Memmi
engineer:
Ron Obvious
producer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
assistant mixer:
Avril MacKintosh (producer/engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (from 1990 until 1991)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991) and A&M Records (in 1993)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991) and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (from 1990 until 1991)
mixed at:
Mayfair Studios (England) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1990 until 1991)
recording of:
Don’t Drop That Bomb on Me (from 1990 until 1991)
writer:
Bryan Adams (Canadian singer/songwriter) and Robert John “Mutt” Lange
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (in 1991) and Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (in 1991)
4.5?:??

Credits

Release

manufactured in:Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands
photography:Andrew Catlin (photographer)
programming:Phil Nicholas (producer & musician)
mastering:Bob Ludwig (mastering engineer)
bass:Larry Klein (from 1990 until 1991)
Dave Taylor (Bass player (Bryan Adams) and engineer) (from 1990 until 1991)
drums (drum set):Mickey Curry (from 1990 until 1991)
guitar:B.A. (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1990 until 1991)
Keith Scott (Canadian guitarist) (from 1990 until 1991)
Hammond organ:Robbie King (from 1990 until 1991)
Tommy Mandel (from 1990 until 1991)
Bill Payne (from 1990 until 1991)
keyboard:Ed Shearmur (British score composer) (from 1990 until 1991)
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (from 1990 until 1991)
piano:Bill Payne (from 1990 until 1991)
background vocals:The Tuck Back Twins (from 1990 until 1991)
vocals:B.A. (Canadian singer/songwriter) (from 1990 until 1991)
design:Richard Frankel (art/photo director)
copyrighted (©) by and phonographic copyright (℗) by:A&M Records, Inc. (in 1991)
mastered at:Masterdisk in New York, New York, United States
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/2659680 [info]
other databases:https://www.musik-sammler.de/media/7486/ [info]