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One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001

Bon Jovi

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Album Review

Die-hard Bon Jovi fans will swear on their sacred Slippery When Wet albums that Bon Jovi is by far one of the best rock bands to sing (or scream) along to, no matter where you are — in the car, on the road, or in your room, crooning into your hairbrush or anything you can get your hands on. One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001 is the perfect album for fans and newcomers alike, as it features a plentiful bounty of the band's biggest hits and most-screamable tunes. Set against the backdrop of the roars and accolades of their adoring fans at concerts across the world, the songs on this live album become even bigger hits that blast right out of your speakers, making you feel like you're part of the action. The opening track, "It's My Life," starts the Wild Night album off right, with Jon Bon Jovi singing what could be considered the band's credo: "It's my life/it's now or never/I ain't gonna live forever," as the band rocks on around him. The classic Bon Jovi tune, "Livin' on a Prayer" may be addictive enough for you to hurt your vocal chords, but Jovi pulls off the 1986 tune (from the Slippery When Wet album) seemingly without effort, working the crowd into a frenzy. Guitarist Richie Sambora struts his stuff on the live recording of "You Give Love a Bad Name" from the band's 2000 show in Zurich, Switzerland. The New York City recording of "Keep the Faith" will kick your speakers in the ass the way the band did as they nearly wore out the wild crowd at their 2000 show. The album also features a live recording of the band's popular ballad "Something to Believe In" and one of the band's coolest bad songs ever, "Wanted Dead or Alive." The crowd went nuts at the live recording of "Bad Medicine," as the band played one of the tightest sets on the album, where everyone in the band sounded like he was on fire. ~ Kerry L. Smith, Rovi

Customer Reviews

One Wild Night: Live 1985-2005

I was greatly saddened to read the horrible reviews of the CRUSH album from purchasers who wished to purchase only It's My Life and they did not take the time and effort to search to see that the song they wanted so much, just like I did, is available as a single. They complained, thinking they had to pay about $6.98 for tha album just to get the song they wanted. Surely Bon Jovi fan's are more intelligent than that! I trust. It's My Life is the Best Song in my mind and its available on several of their albums for $0.99 if they just looked, took a little time, surely their fan status demands it!

Great Live Songs, but Falls Short Overall

Being neither a single concert experience nor a diverse collection of Bon Jovi performances, "One Wild Night"  succeeds little on any particular ground. While live versions of songs like "It's My Life," "Bad Medicine," and "Wanted Dead or Alive" reflect some energy of a Bon Jovi concert, others sound too much like the studio versions to really give a complete experience. "One Wild Night," a studio edit, is not a live recording at all."Rockin' in the Free World" manages to bring out a good sense of live energy, yet is a rather overplayed cover to be considered for inclusion. "I Don't Like Mondays" is just a plain snooze of a song, which slows down the momentum earlier songs build. Highlights could be found in live versions of "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night" and "Something to Believe In," which both gain a fair deal of electricity from the audience that could not be found in the studio versions. The biggest hole in this collection is in the avoidance of including a single live ballad, territory where Bon Jovi created a name for themselves. Die-hard Bon Jovi fans and those wanting an alternative to a pure greatest hits album will probably enjoy this collection for its high sound quality alone. Unfortunately this remains an incomplete concert experience that does not display the life of Bon Jovi on stage nearly as well as it could. 

Bon Jovi is still the most awesome band ever

I love Bon Jovi so much!! This CD is so much fun and it really shows their ability to put on a great show and sound awesome at the same time! Bon Jovi may have been a while, but they are still as cool as ever!

Biography

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...
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