Released: 20th September 2004.
Bryan Adams has finally returned with his first studio album in six years. The Canadian rock legend who has recieved the nickname >the groover from Vancouver still has a great desire for music.
"East Side Story" is a love-fueled upbeat song which thrusts you straight into the Adams style and is a key example of what he and his fellow musicians Keith Scott and Mickey Curry have become reknowned for.
The album includes two final compositions with Bryan's good friend, the legendary Michael Kamen, who passed away last year, one of which is "Flying". This is a key song on the album, a fine example of what he has become famous for, mixing his acoustic guitar with Kamen's provided string section.
The album's debut single and title track are the two more upbeat songs of the album, which take us back to the legendary style established in his fourth album "Reckless", back in 1984.
"Room Service" is an album that Bryan should be proud of, despite low chances of chart success, thanks to manufactured artists stealing all the spotlight. But for the real music fans, as long as Bryan keeps dishing up the goods then there's no stopping this thing he started.