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This autumn Adams releases his first new album in three years, 'Room Service', produced by Bryan & mixed by Bob Clearmountain. The album was largely recorded in hotel rooms & backstage while on tour across Europe, over the past two years. Bryan Adams, was born in Ontario, Canada & has developed into the most popular Canadian artist of the late 80s & 90s, & remains known for many romantic ballads & classic rock songs like 'Summer of '69' & 'Cuts Like a Knife'. By the time Bryan's fourth album, "Reckless", was issued towards the end of 1984 it reached number one in the Billboard album chart. It also gave him his first major UK chart placing; reaching number seven, while the singles "Run to You" (US number six/UK number 11) & "Somebody" (US number 11/UK number 35) further established Adams as a hit maker. He enjoyed a US number one in mid-1985 with "Heaven". The defiant & celebratory "Summer of 69' returned him to the Top 10 in the US & he ended a successful year by duet ting with Tina Turner on "It's Only Love". All this was eclipsed, however, by the hugely successful 1991 album, "Waking Up the Neighbours" that included the hit "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You". It was a phenomenal chart success, topping the UK singles listings for an incredible 16 weeks, which to this day is still the longest continued number one single in British history; it also sold three million copies. Bryan Adams has also enjoyed success as a photographer. In 2002 he photographed Queen Elizabeth II for her Golden Jubilee (which as since become a postage stamp). Universal. 2004. No US release scheduled this year.