Unless you're a serious Bryan Adams fan - and I have to say I've never actually met one of those though I'm certain there are many or he wouldn't be so famous - you don't need this retrospective of Adams's songs spanning his entire 400-year career. Don't get me wrong - Adams totally rocks. But he's one of those guys, like Bon Jovi or Springsteen, whose brand of straight-man rock is only good in retrospect, and while most tunes on disc 1 are pretty good, they're probably best listened to on a mixed CD or an iPod instead of back-to-back. Cuts Like A Knife is a great ballad, and Run To You is one of my favourite 80s tunes. Then there's Straight From The Heart and It's Only Love, featuring Tina Turner. Great tracks. That's disc 1. Disc 2, which I could easily do without, features later stuff, with more collabos, including Rock Steady with Bonnie Raitt and All For Love with Sting and Rod Stewart. There's also a duet with - I'm not making this up - Pamela Anderson. Disc 2 sucks.