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Keep The Faith (Reissue) Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 3 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000001DX6
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,389 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Believe
2. Keep The Faith
3. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
4. In These Arms
5. Bed Of Roses
6. If I Was Your Mother
7. Dry County
8. Woman In Love
9. Fear
10. I Want You
11. Blame It On The Love Of Rock and Roll
12. Little Bit Of Soul

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When Bon Jovi hit it big in 1986, the music industry was ready for them. At this time, the sound of pop music was moving away from synthesizers and hard rock was becoming much more a part of the 80s landscape. Bon Jovi would parlay this into superstardom with the release of "Slippery When Wet". They would soon follow-up with "New Jersey" in 1989 which continued to ride the hard rock wave. By the time 1992 came along, Bon Jovi would face much more of a challenge for two reasons: 1) It is very hard for a group to have a follow-up to a successful follow-up (i.e. a follow-up to "New Jersey"); and 2) Alternative music was now beginning to take over as the pop music sound, so hard rock was beginning to decline from the pop music scene. With the release of "Keep the Faith", Bon Jovi not only meets the challenge, but would release what probably is their best album of their careers - while still maintainingsolid commercial music sales. What is nice about this effort by Bon Jovi is that they will remain true to their "Arena Rock" roots as well as explore some new directions showing that they can not only be creative, but keep up with the times. Finally, this album is the most complete effort by the band - with every member getting a chance to shine on the collection.
Although the album is titled "Keep the Faith", the song "Keep the Faith" isn't the first song. Bon Jovi picked the song "I Believe" for the first song. This is a true "Arena Rock" song and the perfect song to open the collection with. Bon Jovi rocks hard in this song. The real star of this song is going to be drummer Tico Torres who is going to have some thundering percussions that will really steal this song.
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You'd be much better off if this was the disc you chose. (6 million stars, but I seem not to have been able to find that voting option).
Let's get right to the heart of the matter, shall we? On "Keep the Faith," one of the best albums ever recorded (if not the best), "Dry County" is one of the best songs ever (if not THE best). It is an auditory testament to a) how good this band can be, b) the concept of perfection, and c) the purpose of music on Earth. A doctoral thesis could be written on the purpose and power of the near 10 minute epic in the haunting key of d minor that sits at the number 7 track position on this recording, and I am hard pressed to not start writing one here. But I need to get through the whole album in 1000 words...
You've got Stairway, Freebird, Layla, Bohemian Rhapsody, and a simple answer as to why LESS than 2 million people of the entire American population are lucky enough to possess the knowledge that "Dry County" is pretty much the peak of musical epics: it was written by a) Bon Jovi, b) an "80's band", c) an "80's band" in the NINETIES, and d) never released as a domestic single, thus not generating the grape-vine mystique that safe, ridicule-immune "70's bands" wound up scooping up with all of their "legendary" anthems. For the last time: Bon Jovi, for all of their popularity, will always be under-respected, and there's nothing cheesy about any of this.
If you read on, you may learn something before slamming this review for being narcissistic and preachy. "Keep the Faith" was an album released on November 3, 1992.
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Bon Jovi rocks once again...and they guys do it BIG TIME!
The more the press was talking about a possible break up within the band, the more these boys proved them wrong.
The opening track I BELIEVE is a statement of confidence, KEEP THE FAITH is a plead to fans not to believe the hype and BLAME IT ON THE LOVE OF ROCK & ROLL explains it all in its title.
Jon delivers three great ballads: IN THESE ARMS (very arena-anthem-like...we sung on top of our lungs at their 1993 concert...), BED OF ROSES is maybe a bit over-rated, and I WANT YOU is the closest to a Diane Warren style song.
And then comes my favourite: IF I WAS YOUR MOTHER is the stand out nugget: would you let me be as close to you as your beloved mom?...
Desmond Child is part of the party also this time (I'LL SLEEP WHEN I'M DEAD is sooo much of a fun rock tune!).
I only have a complaint: 4 years always in between albums??? Guys your releases are the long-awaited kind!
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There's no questioning. This album is great. It's a real shame that at the decline of the "era" when Seattle bands were starting to take over the charts, Jon and the boys released the album of their career. It just didn't get the attention that it deserved, but this is one album that I'm proud to say that I've owned more than twice. It just never gets old. I can't really pick any favorites, although I will say that Richie's solo in "Dry County" is some of the best work he's ever done and will really make you wonder why he doesn't get more credit. He really is amazing, as is the rest of the band. They had some of the best songs that ever hit radio and unlike so many other bands that started around the time that they did, these guys lasted and survived the ever-changing face of the rock world. They beat it and their fans are still there. Love 'em or hate 'em, you gotta respect that.
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