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"New Jersey" Review 3 May 2003
New York, New Jersey

2nd best BON JOVI album after Slippery When Wet. Full of hits.

A review by BONJOVI4EVR /

Lay your hands on me: High-energy song. Great guitar line and drum solo. One of my favorite BJ songs. 10/10

Bad Medicine: My second favorite BJ song. Sticks in your head. You get a little and its never enough Cuz this song is truly Bad Medicine. 11/10

Born to be my baby: Great BJ song. Great mix of keyboards and guitar. This song seals BON JOVI as the best band in history! 10/10

Living in sin: Great Romeo and Juliet song. Great guitar solo. 10/10

Blood on blood: This song makes you feel very good. Everybody can relate to this song. Awesome song about best friends. 10/10

Homebound train: This album, loike Slippery When Wet is hit after hit after hit. This song is a great hard rock song. Definately the hardest song on this all-hard rock album. 10/10

Wild is the wind: BJ sings the best love songs ever and this is one of them. Good guitar work. 10/10

Ride cowboy ride: Very short song. BON JOVI seems fascintated with cowboys and uses this theme alot. 10/10

Stick to your guns: Has awesome guitar work. Another BON JOVI classic cowboy-themed song. 10/10

I'll be there for you: The fgirst time I heard this song was March 3rd when BON JOVI was at the Pepsi Arena. Richioe sang this song solo. It's definaely better when Jon and Richie are harmonizing together. This is one of BON JOVI's best. Send chills up and down your sopine when you hear it. 11/10

99 in the shade: This is were the album starts gettin weak. Weak for a BJ album but weak for BON JOVI is great for any other band. I like the guitar in thois song. Richie is the best guitarist ever! 10/10

Love for sale: Definately not a classic sample of BON JOVI. Has a catchy tune however. 9/10

Rating: 10/10

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