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Have a Nice Day album for sale by Bon Jovi was released Sep 20, 2005 on the Island (Label) label. True troubadours of arena rock and pop-metal, Bon Jovi were not only still standing in the 2000s, they were still releasing albums of original material that packed much of the melodic wallop and anthemic muscle of their efforts from the '80s and early '90s. A case in point is 2005's HAVE A NICE DAY, which finds the band mining a harder rock sound and producing bigger, more sweeping choruses than ever before. Have a Nice Day CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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& disoriented, no musical direction or focus.
By Wille BEE (Fontana California)
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mostly people from foreign countries like this album? Too much pop-nonsense. Proof that there is no God was when the band was up for best country song of the year. You went from Jon Bon Jovi to John Cougar.
By Bribally Ex Machina (Flint Michigan)
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Aging guys trying to hang onto their slipping fan-base while no infusion of listeners is anywhere to be found with the poor song writing & musical composition of this latest effort.
By Chandra (Ft. Worth TEXAS)
Have a Nice Day CD music Why isn't this in the Muzak section of Sam Goody? Why do wildflowers grow by the side of the road? Who cares? Ring the Bells is another song that says we're too old to do that young-kid rock & roll stuff anymore. No, you're not. For some reason they changed their focus musically & lyrically... not for the better. We all out grow Romper Room & Sesame Street, but don't you still listen to songs like Born to Run, Stairway to Heaven, Hells Bells, Mama Kin, Hey Jude & (insert your favorite songs here)? There was never anything wrong with a catchy guitar-hook, or some clever, tongue-in-cheek lyrics, or hell. even when the band would do a chorus 50 times over in every song. The band is trying to grow up when no one is asking or wanting them to. Just my opinion.
By Sara from the Sahara (Las Vegas, NV)
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Wow... sad & soft. Yeah, I know they're all over 40, but this is between Christopher Cross & Bryan Adams.
By Rene' from the Bay (SF, CA)
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Have a Nice Day songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6938967|
|Release Date||Sep 20, 2005|
|Producer||Richie Sambora; John Shanks; Jon Bon Jovi; Rick Parashar; Dann Huff|
|Recording Time||53 minutes|
|Additional Info||Limited Edition; Digipak; DualDisc||