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Erstellt von Peerli, 11.12.2003, 17:34 Uhr · 11 Antworten · 1.698 Aufrufe

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    Benutzerbild von Peerli

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    Hallo Bon Jovi Fans!

    Ich habe eine Frage bezüglich des 1995er Albums "These Days" von Bon Jovi.
    Wie bereits erwähnt ist das Veröffentlicht-Datum des Albums 1995, aber auf dem Back_Cover der Remastered-CD von 1998 steht 1988. Was ist nun richtig?
    1995 oder 1988???

    Danke für einen Tip?

    Gruß Peerli

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    1995
    1988 kam "New Jersey"

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    These Days war aber ein schwacher CD
    "These days Are Crap"

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    Ich schätze die 1988 sollte wohl eine 1998 sein . Ein Druckfehler der zu erklären wäre.

    Gruß

    J.B.

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    Danke an alle!

    Im Prinzip habt ihr recht. Vor "These Days" war die Musik besser. Mit "It's My Life" dachte ich, es geht wieder aufwärts, aber weit gefehlt.

    Gruß Peer

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    Für mich sind die 3 ersten Alben in der Reihenfolge 7800° Fahrenheit, Slippery When Wet und Bon Jovi nach wie vor die besten . New Jersey kam auch noch recht gut, danach hatte er in meinen Augen eine Schwächephase.

    Gruß

    J.B.

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    ich finde These Days auch relativ schwach...ebenso das "Crush" Album. Aber Bounce fand ich wieder super genial

    Trotzdem...die "alten" Alben sind die besten. Ich denke aber, das ist Geschmackssache. Auf jedem Konzert trifft man Leute, die mal das, mal jenes Album als "das Beste" bezeichnen. Und alle sind Fans.

    Mein Lieblingslied ist ja "if I was your mother"....relativ unbekannt. Den Song liebe ich. Und natürlich "Wanted dead or alive"

    Greetz

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    Hallo Bon Jovi-Fans,

    beim Surfen bin ich auf den doch relativ "alten" Thread gestoßen. Es liegt mir aber am Herzen, das Album "These Days" zu loben.

    Es ist eines meiner Lieblingsalben von Bon Jovi. Zwei bis drei Stücke höre ich nicht so gerne, aber den Rest finde ich genial. Ganz besonders gut gefallen mir:

    Hey God, These Days, My Guitar Lies Bleeding In My Arms, Something To Believe In und If That's What It Takes.

    Vielleicht solltet ihr die Stücke öfter hören, mir ist es damals so ergangen. Als ich die Platte neu hatte, dachte ich, "oh ne, so viele lahme Nummern" (vor allem nach den super Alben "Keep The Faith" und "Cross Road"), aber nach dem 3., 4. Mal hören gefiel sie mir immer besser. Heute gehört sie, wie bereits erwähnt, zu meinen meistgehörten Bon Jovi Alben.

    In diesem Sinne viel Spaß beim Hören

    BBJovi

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    BON JOVI-fans können sich freuen:

    BON JOVI - 100.000.000 bon jovi fans can´t be wrong 4 CD & DVD ISLAND DEF JAM / UNIVERSAL 003543 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 15.11.2004

    UNIQUE FOUR-CD/ONE-DVD BOX SET FEATURES 38 NEVER BEFORE RELEASED RECORDINGS PLUS 12 RARITIES

    100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can’t Be Wrong... (Island Def Jam/UMe), released November 15, 2004, is a “thinking outside the box” box set from one of the most popular and successful bands in rock. Another landmark in Bon Jovi’s history of pioneering events, the mammoth four-CD, 50-song collection (plus a DVD) is not a greatest hits collection but instead is comprised largely of previously unreleased recordings from the band’s vast archive--in other words, the band’s “greatest hits you never heard.” Along with the 38 tracks that make their debuts are a dozen rarities from around the world. The earliest songs hail from 1985, the latest from 2003. Yet each CD was sequenced by the band as a complete album experience rather than chronologically.

    Also included is a bonus DVD featuring exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage. In addition, the hardbound collector’s box set package boasts a 64-page booklet with rare photos, fan testimonials, exclusive interviews, and personal content from the band.

    Marking the 20th anniversary of the band’s debut album, 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can’t Be Wrong... is the group’s first box set and, in typical Bon Jovi fashion, breaks new ground. Whereas most such packages recycle a greatest hits album and add a few previously unreleased bonuses, this collection offers fans the chance to discover their own never before released favorites by presenting dozens of songs that, for whatever reason, never made an album. Typically, this prolific band records upwards of 30 songs for an album; matters of time, style and personal preference often result in difficult choices. In fact, Jon Bon Jovi jokes that he would make a poor A&R exec because he wanted to leave what turned out to be a monster hit, “Livin’ On A Prayer,” off the landmark album Slippery When Wet.

    Also noteworthy is that with 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can’t Be Wrong... Bon Jovi launches American XS Platinum, a premium paid level of membership in the American XS program that provides exclusive content and benefits. Bon Jovi initiated the original American XS program with the release of 2002’s Bounce. Each copy of that CD included a sticker with a unique pin code and by logging onto www.bonjovi.com, purchasers could sign up for American XS and receive exclusive access to footage (video and audio) as well as access to passwords for pre-sales on concert tickets.

    Bon Jovi’s history of initiating such new ideas has included Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora’s seminal bare-bones, acoustic performance on the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards, which became the inspiration for the “Unplugged” series. Bon Jovi also became the first artist to close New York’s W. 53rd Street for a performance on “The Late Show with David Letterman” and the first to perform on the rooftop of that show’s Ed Sullivan Theatre. In 2002, the band drew more than half a million people to Times Square to see their performance at the inaugural NFL Kickoff event and then helicoptered to Giants Stadium to become the first artist to perform at a Giants halftime show. A 2002 London concert was broadcast live into movie theatres across the U.K. and Europe and Webcast live to more 1,000,000 viewers in 60-plus countries.

    Bon Jovi also spearheaded the Moscow Music Peace Festival in that city’s Olympic Stadium--the first rock music fest of its kind in the former U.S.S.R.--and the band’s New Jersey album was the first western rock album officially released by Melodiya, the government label in the then-Soviet Union.

    With the release of 2002’s Bounce, Bon Jovi again made headlines when they partnered with MTV Worldwide for a “Bounce to Australia” contest where every single MTV partner across the globe sent contest winners to see Bon Jovi’s show in Australia.

    A rarity for a hard rockin’ band that emerged in the ‘80s, today Bon Jovi’s dignity remains intact, its songs have stood the test of time and its fans still want more. As the title says, 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can’t Be Wrong...

    CD 1:

    01. WHY AREN’T YOU DEAD? Previously Unreleased
    02. THE RADIO SAVED MY LIFE TONIGHT Previously Unreleased
    03. TAKING IT BACK Previously Unreleased
    04. SOMEDAY I’LL BE SATURDAY NIGHT (DEMO) Demo; Previously Unreleased (Final version included on’ Cross Road’ album)
    05. MISS FOURTH OF JULY Previously Unreleased
    06. OPEN ALL NIGHT Previously Unreleased
    07. THESE ARMS ARE OPEN ALL NIGHT Previously Unreleased
    08. I GET A RUSH Previously Unreleased
    09. SOMEDAY JUST MIGHT BE TONIGHT Previously Unreleased
    10. THIEF OF HEARTS Unreleased Studio Track (live version available only on TLFR DVD – audio never released)
    11. LAST MAN STANDING Unreleased Studio Track (live version available only on TLFR DVD – audio never released)
    12. I JUST WANT TO BE YOUR MAN Previously Unreleased

    CD 2:

    01. GARAGELAND Previously Unreleased
    02. STARTING ALL OVER AGAIN Released as a Bonus Track in Japan Only on ‘Keep The Faith’ album
    03. MAYBE SOMEDAY Previously Unreleased
    04. LAST CHANCE TRAIN Previously Unreleased
    05. THE FIRE INSIDE Previously Unreleased
    06. EVERY BEAT OF MY HEART Previously Unreleased
    07. RICH MAN LIVING IN A POOR MAN’S HOUSE Previously Unreleased
    08. THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY Previously Unreleased
    09. YOU CAN SLEEP WHILE I DREAM Previously Unreleased
    10. OUTLAWS OF LOVE Previously Unreleased
    11. GOOD GUYS DON’T ALWAYS WEAR WHITE Released on the soundtrack to the motion picture ‘The Cowboy Way’
    12. WE RULE THE NIGHT Previously Unreleased

    CD 3:

    01. EDGE OF A BROKEN HEART Released on the motion picture soundtrack to ‘Disorderlies’; also released as a b-side)
    02. SYMPATHY Previously Unreleased
    03. ONLY IN MY DREAMS (featuring Tico Torres on vocals) Previously Unreleased
    04. SHUT UP AND KISS ME Previously Unreleased
    05. CRAZY LOVE Previously Unreleased
    06. LONELY AT THE TOP Released as a b-side singles from and on special 2-CD edition of ‘These Days’ album
    07. ORDINARY PEOPLE Released as a b-side from the ‘Crush’ album
    08. FLESH AND BONE Previously Unreleased
    09. SATELLITE Previously Unreleased
    10. IF I CAN’T HAVE YOUR LOVE (featuring Richie Sambora on vocals) Previously Unreleased Solo Track
    11. REAL LIFE Released on the motion picture soundtrack to ‘EDTV’
    12. MEMPHIS LIVES IN ME (featuring David Bryan on vocals) Previously Unreleased; from the musical production ‘MEMPHIS’
    13. TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING Previously Unreleased

    CD 4:
    01. LOVE AIN’T NOTHING BUT A FOUR LETTER WORD Previously Unreleased
    02. LOVE AIN’T NOTHING BUT A FOUR LETTER WORD (DEMO) Previously Unreleased
    03. RIVER RUNS DRY Previously Unreleased
    04. ALWAYS (DEMO) Demo; Previously Unreleased (final version included on ‘Cross Road’ album)
    05. KIDNAP AN ANGEL Previously Unreleased
    06. BREATHE Released as a b-side from Bounce album; Released on the Target Exclusive CD in the US 2003
    07. OUT OF BOUNDS Previously Unreleased
    08. LETTER TO A FRIEND Previously Unreleased
    09. TEMPTATION Released as a b-side on singles from the ‘Crush’ album
    10. GOTTA HAVE A REASON Previously Unreleased
    11. ALL I WANNA DO IS YOU Previously Unreleased
    12. BILLY Previously Unreleased
    13. NOBODY’S HERO Previously Unreleased

    DVD:

    - exclusive interviews
    - behind-the-scenes footage


  11. #10
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    bin schon ganz gespannt

    Aber mehr als diese CDs bzw. DVD interessiert mich eine DVD mit den "alten" BJ-Videos.

    Vor allem hätte ich zu gerne das Video zu "Runaway". Mit diesem wurde ich zum Bon Jovi-Fan

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