While his manager is still negotiating with U.S. labels, Bryan Adams is more tha prepared to bring his music down in U.S. this August.
Bryan Adams is in the stage of having fresh cut tracks but no U.S. recording house to distribute the CD nor any name for it. The Canadian singer however, is taking it easy for he regards this one as a "quite personal record" that actually need not royalties.
Adams said that 12 tracks have been "coming out really well" and that "everything fits into a suitcase". Written for a couple of years during his tours, the tracks have been recorded in several countries like Denmark, Malta and Hungary. He said, "It's inevitable that some of this is gonna wear off on you. You travel around and you think about the things you do when you're traveling (and) it's going to wear off on what you write about."
Despite lacking U.S. representative, the record is planned to arrive in U.S. shelves later this year after he previewed them first in a short jaunt with George Thorogood & The Destroyers this fall. Still, Adams, who is having his manager in negotiation with U.S. labels currently, would prefer the album to be released independently. “All I’m interested in is getting the album to the people,” he said. “I don’t even care about the money.”