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7800 Farenheit v New Jersey

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View Poll Results: Which is your favourite of the two?
7800 Farenheit 5 17.86%
New Jersey 23 82.14%
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Old 11-16-2003, 11:13 PM
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NEW JERSEY - by far!
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Old 11-16-2003, 11:22 PM
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1. Jag is a nut!

2. 7800
all illustrators are :P
That's real good

First I was just joking, I didn't really want to attack you personally.
But to get back to the serious point. I'm really tired of this "To say something negative about "Bon Jovi" and "7800" = say something positive about Bj because you deny their hard rock roots"
dont get me wrong i think they are good albums on a guitar level, lots of great rock licks and solos. and i do like to hear the youth running wild there sometimes but i find it very very raw...i just prefer all the other albums is, perhaps i can relate better to them i guess and i think muscially they are better put together. also i found the first album rather typcial cliched rock music in that time u know?

just my view is all...
About 7800 I see it that way: no producer got the chance to cut all the edges off, thats mainly what I like about it, it's just rough. Quite strange the reason why you don't like it much is the reason why it's my fave BJ record. IMO they never were as hard and as true agian like on 7800.

About the self-titeld record I don't want to answer since I don't know what does "cliched" actually mean? Would you explain?
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Old 11-16-2003, 11:48 PM
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1. Jag is a nut!

2. 7800
all illustrators are :P
That's real good

First I was just joking, I didn't really want to attack you personally.
But to get back to the serious point. I'm really tired of this "To say something negative about "Bon Jovi" and "7800" = say something positive about Bj because you deny their hard rock roots"
dont get me wrong i think they are good albums on a guitar level, lots of great rock licks and solos. and i do like to hear the youth running wild there sometimes but i find it very very raw...i just prefer all the other albums is, perhaps i can relate better to them i guess and i think muscially they are better put together. also i found the first album rather typcial cliched rock music in that time u know?

just my view is all...
About 7800 I see it that way: no producer got the chance to cut all the edges off, thats mainly what I like about it, it's just rough. Quite strange the reason why you don't like it much is the reason why it's my fave BJ record. IMO they never were as hard and as true agian like on 7800.

About the self-titeld record I don't want to answer since I don't know what does "cliched" actually mean? Would you explain?
i just found the 1st album quite typical of a pop/rock act, the themes, the guitars...everything really was done b4 and was being done at that time...at least 7800 had abit of edge...raw or not it had more personality for me then 'bon jovi'.
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Old 11-17-2003, 06:46 AM
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This might seem like a ridiculous pole, but I have actually gone for farenheit, b/c its one of BJ's best albums!!!

You can't go past Hardest part, Always run, Secret Dreams (let alone their more popular songs from the album)
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