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Old 03-19-2006, 03:19 AM
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crush: its mylife(tommy and gina in the video) say it isn t so(only internationally)(claudia schiffer,arnold californiator schwarzenegger and matt dylan?) thank you for loving me(rome) 1-2-3(two versions of each single:1.band 2.jon)-outtakes and live
bounce: everyday(VLA) missunderstood( a guy kinda like in the something for the pain video, just not going for music but for girls) all about loving you(sequeal to the missunderstood video) 2-5-6(two versions of each single:2and5:band-band aaly:band-jon)outtakes-demos-acoustic versions
HAND:hand(like bad medicine video but not everyone has a camcorder but a hand-smirkey welcometomypants(only internationally)who says u can t go home(jennifer version-band version-live version 1-3-4(13),wherever it s been on the setlist(box set live premiere-live from nokia theatre times square on HANDrelease day
so whatever way, of all three albums of the 3rd millenium 3 songs got released whatever way
I refuse to read that because

1. You need to learn how to use the space bar.
2. You can't read that shit.
3. It most likely will make no sense.

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Old 03-19-2006, 03:45 AM
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I'm just going by the Oompas but they're saying more than likely, Who says it the next single in Europe.
Argh no! Bad decision, I can't see Who Says playing well over here at all. Why why why release it when they have I Am/IWBL/Last Man Standing/Novocaine (which I think would be huge) sitting on the album begging to be singles?!
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Argh no! Bad decision, I can't see Who Says playing well over here at all. Why why why release it when they have I Am/IWBL/Last Man Standing/Novocaine (which I think would be huge) sitting on the album begging to be singles?!
I must agree. I think Who says is an awful choice for Europe.
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Old 03-19-2006, 05:02 AM
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That's just being hopeful, saying they're not playing "I am" because it's going to be a single. Lots of songs just weren't played live. Some became singles ie All about loving you, some didn't, ie Women in Love. It could simply just mean they don't want to play it live for whatever reason.

Just because Welcome doesn't work in Europe, doesn't mean it won't work in the states. I personally believe Who says worked because it sounds American, yet it's being released in Europe as the next single. I don't think it will do well, but that's just my opinion. They're not goin to spend money on ANOTHER video if they have one already filmed and ready.

EDIT: Not to mention, It's more balladic than Who says. Don't they usually release one Ballad like song in the 3 song single release schedule?

How do you know 'Who Says' is being released in Europe? There is no word of that over here and it's not been announced on the bj.com website.
If it does get released I think it confirms that this band is now clueless when it comes to singles. Since Crush, with the exception of the first single, every subsequent single has been a complete waste of time. They keep choosing 'middle of the road' rubbish that has tanked and therefore not given the albums another boost.
This is particularly frustrating with HAND because they have at least 3 or 4 songs that could do so much better.
Certainly in the UK it will soon get to the stage where they will only release one single from each album because they are getting less and less successful.
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How do you know 'Who Says' is being released in Europe? There is no word of that over here and it's not been announced on the bj.com website.
If it does get released I think it confirms that this band is now clueless when it comes to singles. Since Crush, with the exception of the first single, every subsequent single has been a complete waste of time. They keep choosing 'middle of the road' rubbish that has tanked and therefore not given the albums another boost.
This is particularly frustrating with HAND because they have at least 3 or 4 songs that could do so much better.
Certainly in the UK it will soon get to the stage where they will only release one single from each album because they are getting less and less successful.
I think Crush had reasonable singles, but they should probably have released a 4th
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is this true I know that singles 1 and 2 are but #3 is it true??? Bon Jovi's long-awaited new album, Have a Nice Day, was released September 20th, 2005 (U.S.), followed by an international tour which kicked off in early November. The album topped the charts around the world, landing on the number two spot on Billboards the first week of sales. Bon Jovi had a career-best first week, selling over 202,000 albums. "Have a Nice Day" was the first single off the new album, and debuted at radio worldwide on July 18, 2005. The second single, "Who Says You Can't Go Home," has since debuted as well, including a duet version with country singer Jennifer Nettles of the band Sugarland. The third single off the album is entitled "Welcome to Wherever You Are."
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No idea where you got that information from but no, it's not accurate as of today (3/2/06.) In Europe, the first single was HAND, the second was Welcome To Wherever You Are and it *looks* like it will be WSYCGH. In the US, the first single was HAND, the second single is WSYCGH (with Jennifer Nettles at country and now at other non-country formats with the Bon Jovi version.) The song I Want To Be Loved was released to rock radio in the US. And there is no information on what will happen after Who Says You Can't Go Home runs its course in the US. Folks are just gonna have to wait and not believe everything they read the minute someone posts it!
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I think Crush had reasonable singles, but they should probably have released a 4th

Thank You for Loving Me was cheesy and Say It Isn't So had no oomph!
Crush in my opinion is the weakest album the band has ever released with the exception of the first two - there weren't really many options on that album for singles. The best songs from the Crush period were B sides and Neurotica from the Japanese version!

If the oompas prediction is right about 'Who Says' I will be pulling my hair out!
I find it so frustrating that songs like 'Story Of My Life, I Am and I Wanna be Loved will just end up being ignored album tracks like 'Undivided' and 'The Distance' while middle of the road rubbish is released as singles!
I really seems like the band and/or the people who make these decisions have no idea.

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is this true I know that singles 1 and 2 are but #3 is it true??? Bon Jovi's long-awaited new album, Have a Nice Day, was released September 20th, 2005 (U.S.), followed by an international tour which kicked off in early November. The album topped the charts around the world, landing on the number two spot on Billboards the first week of sales. Bon Jovi had a career-best first week, selling over 202,000 albums. "Have a Nice Day" was the first single off the new album, and debuted at radio worldwide on July 18, 2005. The second single, "Who Says You Can't Go Home," has since debuted as well, including a duet version with country singer Jennifer Nettles of the band Sugarland. The third single off the album is entitled "Welcome to Wherever You Are."
asked by fireman897 on Thursday, March 2, 2006
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No idea where you got that information from but no, it's not accurate as of today (3/2/06.) In Europe, the first single was HAND, the second was Welcome To Wherever You Are and it *looks* like it will be WSYCGH. In the US, the first single was HAND, the second single is WSYCGH (with Jennifer Nettles at country and now at other non-country formats with the Bon Jovi version.) The song I Want To Be Loved was released to rock radio in the US. And there is no information on what will happen after Who Says You Can't Go Home runs its course in the US. Folks are just gonna have to wait and not believe everything they read the minute someone posts it!
answered by STAFF on Thursday, March 2 , 2006 5:46 PM

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I WILL LOVE TO SEE THT .. man good choice....i personally feell it will be a big hit...
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