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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: 440 063 541-2
|3.||No Regrets demo|
|5.||We Can Dance demo|
|8.||Just Older live|
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|From: Kip||Date: September 13, 2005 at 13:48|
|Sad to say I like the Bounce B-Side about 10 times more than the CD material. This stuff isn't bad. Bon Jovi's B Sides have always been a class above other bands because these guys are such good songwriters. But whoever decided on what made the final cut on Bounce should be shot, burned and starved. Better yet, force him to listen to Bounce over and over until the CD wears out.|
|From: Metalmusicman||Date: January 1, 2007 at 17:43|
|Easy Kip, take your riddlin. It's just a cd and it's not half bad as you point out. Why these songs didn't make the cut and got thrown away I'll never know. These are damn good songs, why not use them. They could have replaced some of the useless filler on "Crush" and "Bounce". The acoustic and live cuts are a nice little bonus too. They were limited edition, but if you find one, snag it up. It's a cool keepsake and it has some good tunes too.|
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