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Mynne Dassidy
Sep 29th, 2005, 05:41 PM
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Bryan Adams Teams with Pamela Anderson for a New Single on Adams' Biggest Retrospective Ever, the Two-CD Anthology

Bryan Adams celebrates his 25th anniversary as a recording artist with his first two-CD collection Anthology (A&M/Chronicles/UMe), released Oct. 18, 2005. Anthology, the biggest retrospective of his multiplatinum, Grammy®- and Oscar®-winning career not only contains all of his hits--19 of his 21 pop Top 40s--but includes two new recordings, most notably "When You're Gone" featuring pop culture idol Pamela Anderson.

Adams and Anderson, both Canadian-born, first worked together on Adams' 1999 photography book Made In Canada, for which Anderson wore nothing but a flag. The book, also starring other influential Canadian women such as Linda Evangelista, k.d. lang and Shania Twain, benefited the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The original version of "When You're Gone" appeared on Adams' 1998 album On A Day Like Today and featured former Spice Girl Melanie C.