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"Crush" Review 15 July 2000
Here come the kings of rock and roll again!

More positive record

A review by Mario Marusic - Tweety /

Don't you feel tired of boy-bands? Don't you feel tired of so-called artists like Kid Rock or Britney Spears? Okay, wake up now! Bon Jovi made another real rock and roll record!

After five-year-break-off Bon Jovi are back! In face of 2000, nothing's changed, they are the same old (not older) boys from New Jersey that shout out loud as they always do. The new Bon Jovi album Crush just proves that they still have got a lot of things to say, and that their time didn't pass yet! Crush is somewhat different in respect of albums like These Days or Keep the Faith, but it doesn't mean it's not good album. On the contrary, it's great album that has some kind of freshness, something that gives them the same thing they had on albums like New Jersey or Slippery When Wet. This album is more positive than other Bon Jovi albums like, for example, These Days is too much «murky». Luke Ebbin, newcomer to the music world, produced this album very well, and I hope that Bon Jovi will continue collaboration with him for the next record.

The first single «It's My Life» is great, and that proves the ratings on charts all over the world.
By the way, here are my suggestions which songs they should take for the next singles: Say It Isn't So, Thank You For Loving Me, Just older, Save the World, and, Captain Crash and the Beauty Queen from Mars.

Rating: 10/10

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