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Bon Jovi originally envisioned the New Jersey project as a double-LP, using the working title Sons Of Beaches. But in the end, Mercury Records released the album as a 12-track single LP and the band renamed it simply New Jersey, in honor of their home state. With the new Deluxe and Super Deluxe editions, the New Jersey originally imagined by Bon Jovi can finally be shared with fans.
This remastered edition features the hit singles, Bad Medicine, Born To Be My Baby, I'll Be There For You, Living In Sin and Lay Your Hands On Me
The 3-disc (2CD+1DVD) Super Deluxe Edition includes the remastered original album, plus three bonus tracks which were originally released as B-sides or CD-single bonus tracks. The second CD features the 13 Sons Of Beaches demos- more than an hour of previously unreleased demos from the New Jersey recording sessions, remixed exclusively for this project. Also included is a 32-page booklet with rare images of the band from the New Jersey era, including never-before-seen photos from the making of the album, images and memorabilia from the mammoth 16-month, 26-country, 267-show New Jersey world tour, insider commentary on the bonus tracks and much more.
Also included is a DVD featuring a behind-the-scenes documentary from highly-acclaimed director Wayne Isham, who followed the band around the globe chronicling the entire New Jersey tour. Includes footage from the Homecoming concert at Giants Stadium, the history-making concert at Lenin Stadium in Moscow, and their visits to landmarks and concert venues around the world.
Also included are seven official music videos commissioned from Isham for the New Jersey album. The Super Deluxe Edition will be housed in a special DVD-sized digipak with a 60-page hardcover book including rare photos and memorabilia.
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Never straying from their true working class roots, Bon Jovi are the spirit of New Jersey in hard rock form. 'Runaway','You Give Love a Bad Name', 'Livin' on a Prayer', and 'Wanted Dead or Alive' are not hits, they are anthems to live by, with choruses that mean something and lyrics of pride in who you are and what you stand for.
A reporter once asked me whose job was better, mine or the President's? I said that mine was, because I get to keep the plane and the house.Jon Bon Jovi