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BON JOVI Burning Bridges JAPAN CD UICL-1132 2015 NEW
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Burning Bridges

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2015

Label: Mercury

Catalog Number: 0602547508591

Average Rating: 53 / 100 (8 ratings)


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Jon Bon Jovi vocals
Phil X guitars
Tico Torres drums, percussion
David Bryan keyboards
Hugh McDonald bass
1.  A Teardrop To The Sea  5:07
2.  We Don't Run  3:17
3.  Saturday Night Gave Me Sunday Morning  3:23
4.  We All Fall Down  4:05
5.  Blind Love  4:48
6.  Who Would You Die For  3:54
7.  Fingerprints  5:58
8.  Life Is Beautiful  3:22
9.  I'M Your Man  3:44
10.  Burning Bridges  2:44
Total Running Time:  40:22

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From: CC Date: August 31, 2015 at 13:35
Ok I am a big Bon Jovi fan and I do really like most of their albums (only This left feels right is bad in my opinion), but this one has left me somewhat cold. Yes it is a collection of unreleased tracks from the latter part of their career, but you can certainly hear why they did not make the previous albums. Nothing on here is bad per se, but nothing is great either. A teardrop to the sea & Life is beautiful both use the same backing vocal chant (and even We don't run uses a variation on it) so you can tell that when a song goes unused, sometimes bits of it get recycled. My favourite song on here is Saturday night, which yeah sounds like that Nickleback song, but as this was obviously written a while back, did it copy Nickelback or was it recorded first? Another song I really like is Take back the night, from the Jap version. Overall the album is just too slow and lacks any real "big" Bon Jovi sing along type songs. With the lack of real guitar, Richie was easily replaced.

From: Doug Date: September 28, 2015 at 11:57
Track #10 is absolutely horrible. This album is bad, IMO. And I am a Bon Jovi fan. Get Sambora back!

From: nobycane74 Date: January 29, 2017 at 10:34
I am not sure really what the whole point of this album is/was, besides proving a point to fans and the world that there are leftover tracks sitting around that did not make the last 3 albums which were terrible anyways), and can see why these did not make the cut in the first place. Being that Sambora did not have any input in the recordings and his guitar work/tracks were replaced by John Shanks and Phil-X...doesn't make this album anymore special or needed. Its a collector's item...well that is stretching it IMO, and to say it was an introduction into their next album too? Not quite either...still terrible. Track #3 is decent - even though it is blatant ripoff of a Nickleback track, and these songs have WAY TOO MANY "Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo's!" - which is annoying and unoriginal. HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #3, 9, 11. MY RATING: 30/100

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