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Editors’ Notes

This album is Mastered for iTunes. Bon Jovi’s ninth studio album picks up where 2002’s Bounce left off—trying (and succeeding) to make sense of arena rock at the dawn of the 21st century. But listen closely to Have a Nice Day, and you’ll hear Jon Bon Jovi expanding on lyrical themes previously uncharted by the New Jersey native. The anthemic title track opens with his immediately recognisable rasp. He hints at his frustration with the state of the world as he sings “We’re living in the broken home of hopes and dreams”. The power ballad “Welcome to Wherever You Are” swaps out electric guitars for an acoustic six-string before “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” brings back the rock. Bon Jovi’s lyrics champion backpedaling in a world obsessed with clichés like “never looking back” and “soldiering forward”. In the hard-driving “Last Man Standing”, he cleverly lampoons the current state of pop music and those who lip-synch to pre-recorded songs. “Bells of Freedom” nods to Bob Dylan while hinting at the commercial country direction Bon Jovi would take with its following album, 2007’s Lost Highway.

Customer Reviews

This Album...

…May just be one of the best albums out there. Bon Jovi strove for absolute perfection and completely achieved it in Have A Nice Day. One can easily hear the care and precision that the band put into every song.

The guitars are not overpowering and are definitely not underdone. The guitars definitely add some serious life to every minute.
The bass is perfectly harmonious with the guitars and vocals and adds that deep resounding sound that we have come to enjoy from Bon Jovi.
The drums are powerful and moving and they drive the songs forward in a spectacular way.
Finally, the vocals are superb. Jon Bon Jovi will never lose that voice of his and it's what really pulls this band together.

I like the fact that a band sticks to their roots, but still modernizes it like this album did. The classic Bon Jovi is still here, but a newer layer has been added that rockets the album into the realm of the absolute greats.


Perhaps their best album since slippery when wet. Love every song here. No fillers.


This ones the best


Formed: 1983 in Sayreville, NJ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

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...
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