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Bon Jovi Audio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (648 customer reviews)
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1. Undivided
2. Everyday
3. The Distance
4. Joey
5. Misunderstood
6. All About Lovin' You
7. Hook Me Up
8. Right Side of Wrong
9. Love Me Back To Life
10. You Had Me From Hello
11. Bounce
12. Open All Night

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One of the few lineups to make the leap from 1980s "hair band" into long-term semi-respectability, Bon Jovi's eighth studio album is somewhat true to the band's pop-metal roots, though Bounce is ultimately mellower and more theatrical than previous outings. "Undivided" might be a Tom Waits number, all gravelly vocals and booming drums hinting at a dark hipness before kicking into a commercial, lush chorus. Still, it's got a pleasing edginess, as does the toe-tapping, mechanized feel of "Everyday." Jon Bon Jovi's forays into film have clearly influenced Bounce. "You Had Me from Hello," the title nicked from Jerry Maguire, is spare, poignant, and gentle, while "The Right Side of Wrong" references Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and has a piano-heavy Springsteen-meets-Billy Joel feel. Typical ballads like "Joey" and "All About Loving You" also populate the album, which often feels like a singer-songwriter outing, or a movie soundtrack, rather than an album by a veteran rock band. Some of Bounce's bouncier tunes may still appeal to the now-middle-aged fans of the band's "Livin' on a Prayer" era, while the melodrama marking much of the album might lose those who prefer headbanging over Bon Jovi's more mellow and grandiose musical musings. --Katherine Turman

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5.0 out of 5 stars Bounce Jan. 16 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
very nice music and I am glad that I have purchased it for my collection and I love Jon and his band and his music and the way all member's of band love to entertain the devoted fans... thank you... best wishes
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By Vader
Format:Audio CD
Bon Jovi's Bounce is a great album. The best songs on this album is Misunderstood, ALL ABOUT LOVIN' YOU and Everyday.

Bon Jovi shines with this album!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Truly Good June 4 2004
By sammy
Format:Audio CD
There are not a lot of CD's that you can listen to every song and love ervey one. This CD is something out of this world. It carrys a spirit with it that brings arcoss some of their best work to date. Inspired by 9-11 you can really feel the emotion just screaming out at you in the truly great CD. But it if you haven't got it, cuz your missing out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bounce is the best! April 16 2004
Format:Audio CD
What can I say - this has got to be BJ best album so far.
But, this is just my opintion.
The best tracks that I like:
Love me back to life
Hook me up
Bounce - Gotta be the best track!
The Distance
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the BEST!! Feb. 11 2004
Format:Audio CD
I love Every song on THIS CD!! a Must have for Bon Jovi Lovers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Back on Track, But Still Room For Improvement Dec 5 2003
Format:Audio CD
First of all, if you don't own Bounce then order it NOW. And if you don't have Blaze of Glory then get that too and go read my review of that also, unless you consider yourself Jovi proficient.
Ok, now that Bounce is on the way to your house (for those of you who had previously contributed to the industry trend in declining record sales), let me tell you what to be ready for.
I wish one could rate halves. This album really is 4.5 stars.
First of all, the album is much better and less bland than Crush. It is also better than many of their albums, all of course which are are great anyway. As the self-proclaimed number one fan of Bon Jovi's MUSIC, I still say it doesn't have the musical aspirations of New Jersey and Keep the Faith, and although the songs may be better intended, it doesn't have the "classic-ness" of Slippery.
Bounce does, however, pack a punch. Always playing the game perfectly between musicality and commercialism, Bounce is almost a little TOO perfect, in terms of being the IDEAL modern day offspring of Slippery When Wet. Unfortunately, there's something about "modern day" that necessitates a decline in timelessness (9/11 inspirations not-withstanding). That said, Bounce doesn't sound dated, and they don't betray the roots that got them to where they are either. They don't use too much of 'the formula' so all they churn out is a stale throwback, but all will agree that this is a BON JOVI album, if there ever was any. So at the same time, they are not selling out and using all of the modern blips and bloops in the studio just to be accepted in the current day. The band cared about making viable music here, as they always do.
Which means, the "formula" to make Bounce is perfect.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great, Inspirational Bon Jovi Album Dec 1 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
BOUNCE is a great, highly inspirational album by Bon Jovi. The lyrics were inspired, for the most part, by 9/11, but they could be about struggle in general. The rockers have been a major inspiration for me as a person, and they more then make up for the ballads, which drag considerably.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jeannie222 Nov. 11 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Bounce is full of different types of music. There are a few power ballads which Jon has masterfully perfected. There are a couple of songs which tell great stories. I detected definite reaction from 9/11 in some of the work, lots of pain & emotion & sense of loss. I have listened to this CD so many times, my kids are ready to hide it from me. There's something for every mood on this CD. You'll love it.
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