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Artist: Bon Jovi

Title: What About Now

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2013

Label: Mercury

Catalog Number: 3731666


Jon Bon Jovi vocals
Richie Sambora vocals, guitar
Tico Torres drums
David Bryan keyboards
Hugh Mcdonald bass


1.  Because We Can  
2.  I'm With You  
3.  What About Now  
4.  Pictures of You  
5.  Amen  
6.  That's What the Water Made Me  
7.  What's Left of Me  
8.  Army of One  
9.  Thick as Thieves  
10.  Beautiful World  
11.  Room At the End of the World  
12.  The Fighter  
13.  With These Two Hands  
14.  Not Running Anymore  
15.  Old Habits Die Hard  
16.  Every Road Leads to You  

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From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 16, 2013 at 18:57
What about now???...another poppy and fresh BJ release!!! ...this band or should i say man,has lost the horizon musically talking...the good old BJ days are dead and gone with this album,so any hopes for a "vintage sound" is like almost a wet dream,so forget about it...songs in here?,ok the best for me were "Pictures Of You","That's What The Water Made Me","Army Of One"(nice)& "Beautiful World"...ok tracks 1,3(first "hit single"),13 & 16 are also acceptable but...anyway if you like the pop side this band has turned on then you'll like this new stuff...70/100

From: MysticHealer Date: March 18, 2013 at 12:00
Are Bon Jovi even a rock band anymore?? This is absolutely attrocious, complete crap and with every release that this band do they get worse. How they still get hits is beyond me. How they sell out stadiums is beyond me. I wouldn't go and see this band for free and i wouldn't want a BJ album for free either. The truth is that there are only 2-3 songs on here that are even listenable and even thats at a push. So 3 songs out of 16 is a rating of 15/100. CRAP.

From: Doug Date: March 21, 2013 at 16:46
"Are Bon Jovi even a rock band anymore??" What a great statement made above. I'm listening to this now as I make this comment. While I admire Bon Jovi's abilities to reinvent themselves to stay relevant, their music has become so watered down and bland. Their ventures into the country world and seeing the profits of this have really taken them away from their rock roots.

From: 123charpenay Date: March 24, 2013 at 15:45
i remember 1983 (i was 23) i was in my car before i play a football (soccer) this time frenches radios plays good music (now it s finish) and the guy in the radio says bon jovi "the new american bomb" "runaway"i was scotched in my car what a song!!!!i played the match and i remember all the match this extraordinary song.i was very excited and very good (thanx jon) on the field.this fantastic song gave me strengh and talent. now it s finish .bon jovi is like toto a super class american variety band.forget the glory days .the last album (circles) was very great even hard fm is forget .i am agree with my wife who loves this record ok with her .but here it s too much in my aim i m a rocker i love hard rock n i can t follow .too much poppy too much variety.

From: aorluver Date: April 5, 2013 at 13:29
They set out as a rock outfit but for the last decade or more they have played such CRAP it should be a crime.

From: The SAFIRE Drummer Date: June 8, 2013 at 22:43
I agree, this is the weakest BJ album so far. It would be great to see a 30 year anniversary album in 2016 honouring the "Slippery When Wet" sound/style. They could even maybe call it "Still Slippery? You Bet...... It would sell a truck load more than their previous albums for sure.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 9, 2013 at 9:50
I wouldn't be surprised if they did try that, Safire. And it would sell well, at first anyway. But the platinum days are over ... for just about everybody. And in the end, it would be just another case of an old band milking a thirty-year-old hit and trying to recapture something that's been lost long ago. It would never live up.

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