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An open letter to John Bongiovi: please quit and never ever reunite anymore

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Old 06-07-2020, 08:08 PM
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Some of this is so ridiculous...
And diehard fans know that Hugh already played on the first album.

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Some of this is so ridiculous...
And diehard fans know that Hugh already played on the first album.

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But at least that was before Mr Bongiovi hired Desmond Child to help him sell out with turds like Livin' On A Prayer, You Give Love A Bad Name and countless others.

I wanted to be one of the only 500 fans in the world and watch them get booed out of buildings supporting metal acts, but Jon the opportunist took the advantage so he could sell out stadiums. Money is everything to him. F**k him.
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What do you want then? How can you be dissapointed for events from 1986 forward. You're idolizing a band who you loved from 1984 to 1986? Griping about Jon's lack of effort, all for it, having problems with the business being more important than the music? Right there with you. But having beef with Desmond Child's inclusion? Bud, time to move on from that one.
dissapointed for events from 1986 forward?

-no, of course not, I LOVE New Jersey

You're idolizing a band who you loved from 1984 to 1986?

-again no, I loved them from 1986 to 1991

But having beef with Desmond Child's inclusion?

-of course not, that's what MADE Bon Jovi

Bud, time to move on from that one.

-Bud, Buddy, Bud yeah, that's what I wanted, more honest MUSIC, not filled stadiums

Hey Captain, ease out. Why do you care so much? Why do I?
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Old 06-07-2020, 10:31 PM
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They brought in Hugh McDonald to compose & contribute to writing of Slippery When Wet and recording the album. And Desmond was brought in to make sure the album got hits. And it took off.
What? Hugh played on the debut. He did not co-write anything. He wrote his own bass lines, yes. That is not song writing, just like writing guitar solos is not song writing. He was not brought in to compose the songs.

Also, to say that Richie "was responsible for all the guitar riffs"... that is wrong on so many levels. Richie was NOT "the guitar guy". He contributed lyrics. He contributed vocal melodies. He ALSO wrote some guitar riffs, yes. If I Was Your Mother is most definitely his riff. Just like In & Out Of Love is Jon's.
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dissapointed for events from 1986 forward?

-no, of course not, I LOVE New Jersey

You're idolizing a band who you loved from 1984 to 1986?

-again no, I loved them from 1986 to 1991

But having beef with Desmond Child's inclusion?

-of course not, that's what MADE Bon Jovi

Bud, time to move on from that one.

-Bud, Buddy, Bud yeah, that's what I wanted, more honest MUSIC, not filled stadiums

Hey Captain, ease out. Why do you care so much? Why do I?
Well, it's a discussion board. You post a letter like that it's going to get people talking and try to understand where you're coming from. Isn't that why we're all here?
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well... tour is where the money comes from; second, the album...
there are no "DVD's" either and the free youtube videos were well... not too good -_-
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and the free youtube videos were well... not too good -_-
Even Opening act for Bon Jovi concert in Moscow, Russia posted a vid... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gU2y...ature=youtu.be
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