So Far So Good (album)

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So Far So Good
Compilation album by
ReleasedNovember 2 1993
Recorded1982 - 1993
GenreRock, soft rock
Length62:28
LabelA&M
ProducerBryan Adams
Bob Clearmountain
Bryan Adams chronology
'Waking Up the Neighbours
(1991)
So Far So Good '18 til I Die
(1996)
Singles from So Far So Good

So Far So Good is a compilation album by Bryan Adams, released by A&M Records in November 1993. The album reached number six on the Billboard 200 charts in 1993.

The album contains hits from between "Cuts Like a Knife" (1983) and Waking Up the Neighbours (1991), and a new single, "Please Forgive Me". The only song on the album that has never been released as a single is "Kids Wanna Rock" from Reckless (1984).

Originally the song "So Far So Good" was going to be included on the album so the album started and finished with a new song but it was dropped. The song was included on disc two of Anthology.

Track listing[change | change source]

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Summer of '69"  Adams, Vallance 3:35
2. "Straight from the Heart"  Adams, Vallance, Kagna 3:30
3. "It's Only Love"  Adams, Vallance 3:15
4. "Can't Stop This Thing We Started"  Adams, Lange 4:29
5. "Do I Have to Say the Words?"  Adams, Vallance, Lange 6:11
6. "This Time"  Adams, Vallance 3:18
7. "Run to You"  Adams, Vallance 3:54
8. "Heaven"  Adams, Vallance 4:03
9. "Cuts Like a Knife"  Adams, Vallance 5:16
10. "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You"  Adams, Lange, Kamen 6:34
11. "Somebody"  Adams, Vallance 4:44
12. "Kids Wanna Rock"  Adams, Vallance 2:36
13. "Heat of the Night"  Adams, Vallance 4:43
14. "Please Forgive Me"  Adams, Lange 5:56

Chart positions[change | change source]

Year Chart Position
1993 Australian ARIA Albums Chart 1
Preceded by
Everything Changes by Take That
UK number one album
January 15, 1994January 21, 1994
Succeeded by
One Woman: The Ultimate Collection by Diana Ross
Preceded by
Then Again... by John Farnham
Australian ARIA Albums Chart number-one album
November 21 - December 4 1993
December 12 1993 - March 5 1994
Succeeded by
"The Spaghetti Incident?"
by Guns N' Roses