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Artist: Bon Jovi

Title: Tokyo Road

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Category: 80's Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Island (Japan)

Catalog Number: UICL-9001

Personnel

Jon Bon Jovi vocals, guitar
Richie Sambora guitar, vocals
Tico Torres drums
David Bryan drums Hugh McDonald bass
Alec John Such bass

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  One Wild Night 2001  
2.  Bad Medicine  
3.  Livin on a Prayer  
4.  You Give Love a Bad Name  
5.  Keep the Faith  
6.  Its My Life  
7.  Blood on Blood  
8.  Something for the Pain  
9.  Born to Be My Baby  
10.  Tokyo Road  
11.  Hey God  
12.  Just Older  
13.  I'll Sleep When I'm Dead  
14.  Runaway  
15.  Wild in the Streets  
16.  Next 100 Years  

Disc 2
17.  Tokyo Road live  
18.  Not Fade Away Live - Jon Bon Jovi Solo Tour    Cover: Buddy Holly
19.  Next 100 Years live  
20.  Father Time Live - Richie Sambora Solo Tour  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: November 16, 2009 at 17:01
Nice compilation of classic Jovi tunes that appeared on the previous compilation album 'Crossroad' but mixed with a few newer numbers off of 'These days' and 'Crush'. Whats cool is that despite the way Jovi's sound has changed over the years, when you mix the newer single with the classic stuff, they do sit quite well. If the ever do a worldwide release compilation just featuring songs released after 'Crossroad' it should actually be quite a strong album, albeit nowhere near as strong as 'Crossroad' obviously.


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