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Bon Jovi - Live Rarities (2007)

Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 6 000 Kbps, 720 x 480 at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2 channels at 192 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Rock | Label: Classic Rock Legends | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 5 Feb 2007 | Runtime: 57 min. | 2,58 GB (DVD5)

This is the essential live compilation DVD, featuring every major hit from Livin' On a Prayer to Wanted Dead Or Alive.
After ushering in the era of pop-metal with their 1986 blockbuster
Slippery When Wet and its hit singles "You Give Love a Bad Name,"
"Wanted Dead or Alive," and "Living on a Prayer," Bon Jovi wound up
transcending the big-haired '80s, withstanding changes in style and
sound to become one of the biggest American rock bands of their time
selling over 120 million albums worldwide and sustaining their
popularity well into the new millennium. As the times changed, so did
the band's sound. They slowly peeled away the arena rock guitars of the
'80s, occasionally scoring on the adult contemporary charts and
sometimes singing country music without ever rejecting hard rock, a move
that illustrated how they never abandoned their roots and became second
only to Bruce Springsteen in defining the sound and spirit of New
Jersey rock & roll.
Bon Jovi took their name from lead singer Jon Bon Jovi (born Jon
Bongiovi), who spent his adolescence playing in local Jersey bands with
David Bryan (born David Rashbaum). Jon's cousin Tony Bongiovi owned the
celebrated New York recording studio the Power Station and Jon spent
many hours there, working as a janitor and recording demos after hours,
sometimes supported by members of the E Street Band or Aldo Nova. One of
those demos, "Runaway," became a hit on local New Jersey radio and led
to the formation of Bon Jovi the band, as Jon and Bryan were supported
by guitarist Dave Sabo, bassist Alec John Such, and drummer Tico Torres.
"Runaway" spurred a major-label bidding war, leading to a contract with
Polygram/Mercury in 1983. Before the group entered the studio, though,
Bon Jovi replaced Sabo with Richie Sambora, a working guitarist with a
long résumé including a stint as a member of Message.
Bon Jovi released their eponymous debut album in 1984, generating a Top
40 hit with the original version of "Runaway." The following year, 7800°
Fahrenheit was released and went gold, all serving as a prelude to the
band's 1986 breakthrough, Slippery When Wet. Paul Stanley had given Jon
and Richie the phone number of professional songwriter Desmond Child,
and together they wrote two of the album's biggest hits in Richie's
parents' basement. The trio composed 30 songs in total and auditioned
them for local New Jersey and New York teenagers, basing the album's
running order on their opinions. Supported by several appealing,
straightforward videos that received heavy rotation on MTV, the record
took off on the strength of “You Give Love a Bad Name,” followed quickly
by "Livin' on a Prayer" and "Wanted Dead or Alive." Those three Top Ten
Hits helped propel Slippery When Wet to sales of nine million in the
U.S. alone, establishing Bon Jovi as superstars in their home country.
Their fame was not limited to the U.S., though, as the album also turned
into a significant hit in Europe, Canada, Japan, and Australia.
Bon Jovi built upon Slippery When Wet's formula with 1988's New Jersey,
which shot to number one upon its release. New Jersey was only slightly
less successful than its predecessor, selling five million copies and
generating two number one singles, "Bad Medicine" and "I'll Be There for
You," as well as the Top Ten hits "Born to Be My Baby," "Lay Your Hands
on Me," and "Living in Sin." Following the completion of an 18-month
international tour, the band went on hiatus. During the time off, Jon
Bon Jovi wrote the soundtrack for Young Guns II, which was released in
1990 as the Blaze of Glory album. The record produced two hit singles
the number one title track and the number 12 "Miracle" and earned
several Grammy and Oscar nominations.
The following year, Bon Jovi reunited to record their fifth album, Keep
the Faith, which was released in the fall of 1992. While the album
didn't match the blockbuster status of its predecessors, it did produce a
hit with "Bed of Roses," an adult contemporary-styled ballad that
helped sustain the band's popularity. A greatest-hits album called Cross
Road appeared in 1994 and yielded another Top Ten ballad, "Always."
Around the same time, bassist Alec John Such left the band; Hugh
McDonald, who appeared on Bon Jovi recordings stretching back as far as
"Runaway," became his unofficial replacement and featured prominently on
the band's next album. Released in the fall of 1995, These Days turned
into another U.S. Top Ten, as well as a popular European hit. After
appearing in the 1996 film Moonlight and Valentino, Jon Bon Jovi
released his first official solo album, Destination Anywhere, in the
summer of 1997.
During the tail end of the '90s, the members of Bon Jovi engaged in
different projects Sambora released a sophomore solo set called
Undiscovered Soul in 1998 before easing back into work in 1999 via a
song for EDtv, then beginning work on a full-length record. The
resulting album, Crush, appeared in 2000 and constituted something of a
comeback in America thanks to the smash single "It's My Life," a
cross-platform hit single with long legs. "Thank You for Loving Me" also
turned into a hit, helping Crush go double platinum in the U.S. and
selling eight million copies worldwide. Bon Jovi quickly followed Crush
with their eighth studio effort, Bounce, which appeared in fall 2002,
and supported the record with another international tour. In 2003, the
band re-recorded many of its most well-known songs for the
acoustic-based release This Left Feels Right, which also saw an
accompanying DVD in 2004.
The ambitious outtakes and rarities box set 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans
Can't Be Wrong arrived in November of that year, followed by the all-new
Have a Nice Day the first of several albums produced by John Shanks.
That album's success was aided in part by the single "Who Says You Can't
Go Home," featuring guest vocals from Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles,
which eventually won the Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration
with Vocals as well as topping the charts in Japan, Australia, Europe,
and Canada. The band spent the following year in the studio, putting the
finishing touches on a collection of pop-infused heartland country
anthems. The resulting Lost Highway, which featured duets with LeAnn
Rimes and Big & Rich, arrived in the summer of 2007 and grabbed the
band a healthy new country music fan base in the process. Lost Highway's
cross-genre formula proved to be quite potent, securing the band its
third number one album in the U.S. Bon Jovi returned to rock shortly
thereafter, though, with the release in 2009 of a somber, searching
album titled The Circle. One year later, Greatest Hits: The Ultimate
Collection offered plenty of hits along with two new tracks, "No
Apologies" and "What Do You Got?"
In the first years of the 2010s, the members of Bon Jovi pursued solo
projects, the most notable being Sambora's 2012 solo album Aftermath of
the Lowdown. In November 2012, two months after Sambora's album, the
band issued Inside Out, a live album for video, recorded at London's O2
Arena, New Jersey's MetLife Stadium, and New York's Madison Square
Garden. In March of 2013, Bon Jovi returned with What About Now, their
first studio album in four years. In similar thematic and musical
company to The Circle, it reached number one on the charts.

01. Livin' On A Prayer
02. I'd Die For You
03. Bed Of Roses
04. Always
05. Wanted Dead Or Alive
06. You Give Love A Bad Name
07. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
08. Something For The Pain
09. Someday I'll Be Saturday Night
10. I'll Be There For You
11. Born To Be My Baby
12. Good Guys Don't Always wear White
13. Wild In the Streets

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