So Far So Good
Recording Artist: Bryan Adams
Release Date: 1993 (A&M Records)
Songs By Jim Vallance: Cuts Like A Knife
Do I Have To Say The Words?
Heat Of The Night
Heaven
It's Only Love
Kids Wanna Rock
Run To You
Somebody
Summer Of '69
This Time
Charts: #6 - Billboard Album Chart / 1993 (66 weeks on chart)
#1 - UK Chart / 1993?
#1 - Netherlands "Top 100 " chart / 1993
Certification: 5x Platinum / USA (5 million sales) May 8, 1996
World: Approximately 13 million sales
Comments:
"So Far So Good" is a compilation album of previously released material.
 
Reviews:
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MTV website: By 1993, when Bryan Adams released his first collection of greatest hits, he had enjoyed 12 years in the music business during a span that had seen hot trends like new wave and late '80s hair metal fall by the wayside.

Adams managed to stay popular by sticking with an ear-pleasing brand of rock & roll that veered between edgy, bar-band style riff rock to more earnest, American-style roots rock in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger.

"So Far So Good" gathers all the essential Adams tracks from his hugely popular '80s albums. This set of melodic rockers, inlcuding "Run to You," "This Time" "Kids Wanna Rock," and "Summer of '69" will be familiar to anyone who was near an FM radio during the era. Adams is a likeable rebel, a tough and tender troubadour singing songs that may not have been taken seriously by rock critics, but which nevertheless had resonance for millions of people around the world. Between ballads like "Heaven" and "Everything I Do (I Do it for You") and the chest-thumping frat-guy rock of "Somebody," this set shows the immense range of one of Canada's most popular musicians.
 
 
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