Once upon a time, long, long ago there was a young bloke from Canada that we can call, for the sake of simplicity, Bryan. Now, young Bryan wanted to be a rock star more than anything in the world so he got himself a guitar, learnt how to play and sing and then started to write some songs. Some 35 years ago, young Bryan managed to get himself a recording contract and lo and behold, he released two albums in a rather fast pace – Bryan Adams (1980) and You Want It, You Got It (1981), but the albums just didn’t cut it which lead to them don’t selling that well. Young Bryan’s record company – A&M Records – called young Bryan into their office and told him: “Bad, bad Bryan. No hits. Make hits. Better records. Sell more”. Young Bryan had to call his friend and song writing partner Jim Vallance up and tell him that the bosses were angry at them and that they had to make a hit record next time or else…! So, writing began and in the meantime they wrote a couple of songs for Kiss (“Rock And Roll Hell” and “War Machine”, released on their 1982 record Creatures Of The Night) and in 1983 they released Cuts Like A Knife, an album superior to its predecessors which also led to a platinum (1 000 000 000 sold albums) in the US and the bosses at A&M said “Good boy, Bryan.