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  • Audio CD (Sept. 20 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000ANVQ5K
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,004 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Have A Nice Day
2. I Want To Be Loved
3. Welcome To Wherever You Are
4. Who Says You Can't Go Home
5. Last Man Standing
6. Bells Of Freedom
7. Wildflower
8. Last Cigarette
9. I Am
10. Complicated
11. Novocaine
12. Story Of My Life
13. Who Says You Can't Go Home

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North American pressing features one track unavailable on any other pressing, 'Who Says You Can't Go Home?' (featuring Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland). Both Bon Jovi's band rendition and this duet are featured on the disc. 'Multi-Grammy nominees Bon Jovi return with their 14th release, Have A Nice Day. The album's first single release, 'Have A Nice Day', is produced by John Shanks, Jon Bon Jovi, and Richie Sambora. Shanks was voted Producer of the Year at this year's 2004 Grammy Awards. Island. 2005.

What does a wildly successful purveyor of ‘80s big hair power ballads do in an ensuing decade dominated by fervent shoe-gazing and other attendant alt.cliches? If you’re Jon Bon Jovi, you scale back your band’s ambitions, retool yourself as surprisingly accomplished indie film and TV actor, and (mostly) wait for the pop music tides to turn in your favor again. But JBJ and guitarist/collaborator Richie Sambora didn’t let their band’s lukewarm ‘90s fortunes dampen their knack for hook-savvy songcraft, as this muscular anthem-fest argues at virtually every turn. BJ’s songs here may be as infectious as ever, yet they’re seldom mere confections, often infused with alternating doses of bracing cynicism (the title track’s sarcastic riposte to the ’04 election) and reflective, often bittersweet takes on histories both personal and otherwise. If it sometimes stoops to formula--the droning, metallic ethos of the obligatory big ballad "I Am" can’t overcome some equally perfunctory lyrics–it’s also an album with its share of warm surprises, be they unexpected nods to Dylan ("Last Man Standing," the acoustic idealism of "Bells of Freedom"), the hard-edged "I Want to Live" or a winning duet with Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles, "Who Says You Can’t Go Home." Bon Jovi may deliver a sonically burnished triumph here by largely going back to the future--yet does it with one ear crucially cocked towards the anxious energy of the recent past. -- Jerry McCulley

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Format: Audio CD
Bon Jovi was around by the time I have that music awareness phase, when you just know what music "speaks to you".Those were the time of excessive electronic sounds(think of "Final Countdown" by Europe which was very big), big hair, even spandex pants and tons of make-up(which will put Good Charlotte frontman to shame).So it came to pass that Bon Jovi music "spoke" to me at that time along with other "Hairbands"(which most people these days call those shrilling voice groups of late 80's and early 90's).This new album, is really formulaic but hey it's not bad either.I was expecting something with a punch but this just does not deliver.Anyway, it's still good to listen to just thinkin' they did made an effort putting this album out.After all they are "musicians" as oppose to those psuedo and musician wannabes who are just infiltrating the entire musicdom that it is just pathethic.I think the rationale why I still listen to these guys is, you just do not forget your first moments.'Nuff said.
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Format: Audio CD
HAVE A NICE DAY continues the winning formula for Bon Jovi. Bon Jovi first broke into the music industry with Slippery When Wet- which is one of the best metal albums of all-time. Have a nice day- the lead single was an improvement from the previous effort, Bounce and Have a nice day is much like It's My Life and Livin' On A Prayer. Who Says you can't go home is a pop/country song. Welcome to Wherever you are is a great ballad and it's about being who you are. I want to be loved is much like a song from the Goo Goo Dolls. Bells of Freedom and Story of life are great songs.

Have a nice day is a great album and let's hope that the next Bon Jovi will be just as powerful.
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By Steve on Oct. 19 2006
Format: Audio CD
As many Bon Jovi fans know, Jon's voice is not what it used to be. That being said, he can still sing very well and has a "reinvented" voice on all albums Crush onward. One thing about the "new" records is that they were a departure from straight up rocknroll - Crush was good. Bounce was 100% garbage (some good songs but overall a bad album). Have a Nice Day is a straight pop rock album complete with good clear riffs and good solos from Richie. Crush and Bounce suffered from too much production - this album is driven by the guitar. This is their best recent album.
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By Jenny on Sept. 29 2005
Format: Audio CD
Personnellement je trouve que cet album est excellent. Bien sûr ce n'est pas le Bon Jovi des années 80, mais c'est très bon quand même. Le jeu de guitare est magnifique. Je trouve que cet album ressemble un peu à Crush, mais avec un peu moins de balade. Il est vraiment bon.
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