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Category: 80's Hard Rock
Catalog Number: 2752339
|1.||Livin' on a Prayer|
|2.||You Give Love a Bad Name|
|3.||It's My Life|
|4.||Have a Nice Day|
|5.||Wanted Dead or Alive|
|7.||We Weren't Born to Follow|
|8.||I'll Be There for You|
|9.||Born to Be My Baby|
|10.||Bed of Roses|
|11.||Who Says You Can't Go Home|
|12.||Lay Your Hands on Me|
|14.||In These Arms|
|15.||What Do You Got?|
|18.||Someday I'll Be Saturday Night|
|20.||I'll Sleep When I'm Dead|
|21.||In and Out of Love|
|22.||Keep the Faith|
|23.||When We Were Beautiful|
|24.||Blaze of Glory|
|25.||This Ain't a Love Song|
|27.||(You Want To) Make a Memory|
|28.||Blood on Blood|
|29.||This Is Love This Is Life|
|30.||The More Things Change|
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|From: CC||Date: December 21, 2010 at 18:31|
|I'm somewhat disappointed with this collection. Yes, there are some great tunes on it, and the four new tracks are decent, but there are far too many big hits missing. Interestingly, Robbie Williams has had a similar amount of hit singles in the UK, and also released a new Greatest hits this year. On two discs, he managed to include them all. On the super deluxe version, he also included a disc full of b-sides, and 3 DVDs. Two featuring all the music videos and one with a concert on it. Bon Jovi though, miss off a lot of hits, then release a seperate DVD with even less tracks on it. While Robbie may not appeal to most on here, you have to say that a band like Bon Jovi should have produced a similar package. The two disc version could have included every hit, and would have been affordable (as Williams also did), and then a super deluxe version for around £30 (like Williams did). What also saddens me is that some of those hits were post Crossroad, so they should have been on this one.|
|From: Doug||Date: December 21, 2010 at 18:56|
|Great band, but let's hope they don't go down the road of releasing Greatest Hits part I, II, III...get my drift?!|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: December 21, 2010 at 19:02|
|What big hits are missing? "Living In Sin," "Never Say Goodbye" are about all I can think of. Otherwise, some pretty minor hits are missing, adn the first two albums, as always, are all but ignored. Having said all that, I'm just about completely over this band. I'll dig out one of the first four albums for a listen maybe once per year apiece, but other than that, they just don't elicit any kind of excitement or interest in me whatsoever. With a few exceptions, the music just no longer speaks to me. I can't think of hardly any bands that I've so totally outgrown.|
|From: CC||Date: December 22, 2010 at 16:15|
|Well other big hits that are missing, off the top of my head are: Everyday, One wild night, Hey god, Something for the pain, This aint a love song, Dry county & I believe .. just off the top of my head. All were UK top 10 or top 20 hits. Theres a few others as well I am sure.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: December 22, 2010 at 22:52|
|I forgot about "Something For the Pain," you're right. And "Miracle" was a pretty big hit for Jon solo. I can tell you that neither "Dry County" or "I Believe" were even released as singles in the US, but then again, neither were a few other tunes on here, like "Blood On BLood," although they shot a video fo rit. I remember MTV making abig deal about airing it, saying it had been shelved for a year when they decided not to release the song as a single. "This Ain't A Love Song' is on this set, by the way, disc two. But my personal favorite BJ song, "Stick To Your Guns" is missing. Not that I'm surprised.|
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