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Bon Jovi Greatest Hits album for sale by Bon Jovi was released Nov 09, 2010 on the Island (Label) label. New Jersey rockers Bon Jovi have had their fair share of budget-priced compilations and greatest-hits collections, but this is their first "Ultimate" collection. Bon Jovi Greatest Hits songs Comprised of 28 hits and fan favorites as well as four brand-new tracks, Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection is scheduled for release in November 2010. Personnel: Jon Bon Jovi (vocals); Richie Sambora (guitar, background vocals); David Bryan (keyboards); Tico Torres (drums, percussion). Bon Jovi Greatest Hits CD music is a 2-disc set with 28 songs. ...See Full Description
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I never liked enough of his music to buy anything. This worked out great the good songs in one cd.
By orangepumpkinrider (port charlotte fl)
My wife has been a Bon Jovi fan since they first hit the radio airwaves back in the 80's as I have also.
By randylmiller (Norton Shores, MI, USA)
||Old Man Should Retire|
Am a huge fan of Bon Jovi, however after seeing him recently in concert I really think it is time for this man to retire.
By faust8577 (Lorraine, Que. Canada)
it was the best
By agosti937 (Pittsburgh Pa)
||Best of the Greatest|
It included all of their hit records. I don't tire of hearing.
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21 CD (2011) Top Seller
Bon Jovi Greatest Hits songs Adele's 2009 debut album, 19, was a Grammy-winning smash hit that revealed the British singer/songwriter's knack for bittersweet soul and folk-infused love songs that brought to mind an infectious mix of Dusty Springfield and Terry Callier. The album earned her a ton of fans, and interest was high for the inevitable follow-up. In many ways, her sophomore album, the similarly age-appropriate-titled 21, is a continuation of the sounds and themes Adele was working with on 19. She is still the bluesy pop diva with a singer/songwriter's soul and seemingly bottomless capacity for heartbreak. The best thing the album does is to showcase Adele's titanic vocal ability, which -- more than a few times on 21 -- is simply spine-tingling. Last time around we got the gauzy, Callier-esque folk-soul ballad "Daydreamer" to slowly draw us into the album; here, Adele immediately injects us with the propulsive gospel fever-blues anthem "Rolling in the Deep." While the track certainly owes a heavy debt to the punk-blues of Beth Ditto and the Gossip, it is also ridiculously sexy and one of the best singles of any decade. Elsewhere, we get tracks like the blues-inflected Ryan Tedder co-write "Rumour Has It" and the old-school-style soul cut "He Won't Go," which are terrifically catchy, booty-shaking numbers and exactly the kind of songs you want and expect from Adele. Similarly enthralling is the centerpiece of the album, the mega-ballad showstopper "Take It All." Co-written by her "Chasing Pavements" partner Francis White, the song begins with Adele proclaiming "Didn't I give it all?" Delivered starkly at first with Adele set against simple piano accompaniment and later backed by a gospel choir, it's an instant-classic sort of song in the tradition of "The Rose," "And I Am Telling You I Am Not Going," and "All by Myself" that could stand over the years as a career landmark for the singer and a cathartic moment for fans who identify with their idol's Pyrrhic lovelorn persona. Ultimately, Adele does give us her all on 21, and for now that is enough. ~ Matt Collar
Editor: Dana Nielsen.
Photographer: Lauren Dukoff.
Personnel: Adele (vocals).
Recording information: AirStudios, London, England; Angel Studios, London, England; Eastcote Studios, London, England; Harmony Studios, West Hollywood, CA; metropolis Studios, London, England; Myaudiotonic Studios, London, England; Patriot Studios, Denver, CO; Serenity Sound, Hollywood, CA; Shangri La Studios, Malibu, CA; Sphere Studios, London, England; Wendyhouse Productions, London, England.
Platinum Collection, Vol. 1 - 3 CDs (2001) Top Seller
Bon Jovi Greatest Hits buy CD music Recorded between 1974 & 1997. Includes liner notes by Jim Jenkins, Jacky Smith, Andy Davis, Phil Symes.
With Queen officially enshrined in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Hollywood Records reintroduces the band yet again with the release of Platinum Collection, Vols. 1-3. While Vols. I & II are full of Queen classics you already know by heart, the third cobbles together odds and sods from the far corners of Queen's canon along with solo cuts from Freddie Mercury and Brian May. Opening with the operatic rock classic "Bohemian Rhapsody," it's easy to hear not only how this British quartet achieved the kind of global acclaim that ensured they'd be enshrined alongside the likes of the Beatles and Led Zeppelin. When they weren't dabbling in playful, '50s-flavored rock & roll ("Crazy Little Thing Called Love"), catchy glam ("Killer Queen"), or hard-edged funk ("Another One Bites the Dust"), Queen was capable of delivering heartfelt love letters ("You're My Best Friend"). The band's '80s output is equally intriguing, ranging from the hard-hitting "Headlong" to duets with David Bowie ("Under Pressure") and soaring movie anthems ("One Vision"). The third volume features more movie themes ("Princes of the Universe"), Freddie Mercury covering the Platters ("The Great Pretender"), and cameos by contemporary artists like Wyclef Jean, George Michael, and Elton John.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Producers include: Queen, David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, David Richards, Mike Moran.
Queen: Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon.
Additional personnel: Elton John, George Michael, David Bowie, Montserrat Caballe (vocals); Wyclef Jean, Pras (rap vocals).
Rock of Ages: The Definitive Collection CDs (2005) Top Seller
Bon Jovi Greatest Hits album for sale In the mid-1980s, there were few hard-rock bands as popular as Sheffield, England's Def Leppard. Influenced by the glam rock of Queen, Slade, and the Sweet, the quartet reveled in the style's high-energy elements, while trading the outlandish imagery for a no-frills, denim-clad look that made them even more accessible to the masses. With 1983's PYROMANIA and its delayed follow-up punch, 1987's HYSTERIA, Def Leppard became an international phenomenon, unleashing hit after hit, including the riff-heavy, shout-along singles "Rock of Ages," "Pour Some Sugar on Me," and "Armageddon It."
This collection presents every song on the previously released VAULT: GREATEST HITS 1980-1995, along with an entire second disc of additional album tracks, including the AC/DC-like "High 'N' Dry (Saturday Night)" and HYSTERIA's anthemic ode to "Women." Throughout the decades, the group endured its share of upheavals and tragedies--drummer Rick Allen lost an arm in a 1985 accident and guitarist Steve Clark died in 1991--but they continued recording into the 21st century (see the 2002 track "Now"), revealing a determination that most of their peers lacked. For fans of '80s hard rock, this 35-track compilation is essential.
Liner Note Author: Dave Ling.
Recording information: Joe's Garage, Dublin, Ireland.
Photographers: Ross Halfin; Jim Quaranta.
Def Leppard: Joe Elliot (vocals); Pete Willis, Phil Collen, Steve Clark , Vivian Campbell (guitar); Rick Savage (bass guitar); Rick Allen (drums).
Audio Mixers: Robert John "Mutt" Lange; Mike Shipley; Pete Woodroffe; Ronan McHugh; Marti Frederiksen.
Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time CD (2010)
Bon Jovi Greatest Hits CD music Santana tackles some of the greatest guitar-based rock tracks of all time, including George Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" and AC/DC's "Back in Black," with Chris Cornell, Joe Cocker, Nas, and a whole host of other guests.
Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Andrew Schubert; Brad Townsend.
Recording information: Aimeeland Studios, Nashville, TN; Bay 7 Studios, Valley Village, CA; Emblem Music, Calabasas, CA; Indiasong Studios, Atlanta, GA; Lavish Studios, Burbank, CA; Odds On Recording, Las Vegas, NV; Rear Window Recording, Brookline, MA; Sparky Dark Studio, Calabasas, CA; Sunset Sound Recorder, Hollywood, CA; Sweatshop Studios, Katonah, NY; Tarpan Studios, San Rafael, CA; The Studio At The Palms, Las Vegas, NA; The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, CA.
Illustrator: Alberto Seveso.
Photographer: Timothy Saccenti.
Born Free CD (2010) Top Seller
Bon Jovi Greatest Hits buy CD music Born Free, Kid Rock's follow-up to 2007's platinum (three times over) Rock N Roll Jesus, was produced by Rick Rubin and features guest appearances from T.I., Martina McBride, Trace Adkins, Zac Brown, Sheryl Crow, Bob Seger, and James Hetfield.
2010 studio album from artist, European pressing has different running order & 2 extra tracks over standard U.S. release "The Midwest Fall" and 'One Woman Man". 14 tracks
Recording information: 800 East, Atlanta, GA; Akademie Mathematique of Philosophical Sound Research,; Blackbird Studios, Nashville, TN; Shangri La Studios, Malibu, CA; Silent Sound, Atlantic, GA; Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, CA; The Allen Roadhouse, Clarkston, MI.
Editor: Dan Monti.
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Personnel: Herschel Boone, Stacey Michelle, Jessica Wagner (background vocals).
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Get Closer CD (2010) Top Seller
Bon Jovi Greatest Hits songs Pop and country have become increasingly interchangeable in the 21st century, and few artists have benefited more than Keith Urban. On paper, he's a wealth of contradictions -- a country boy with an exotic accent, a balladeer with rock & roll chops, a stubbled face framed by flat-ironed hair. On his albums, though, Urban molds those would-be incompatibilities into some of the slickest country songs this side of Taylor Swift, appealing to his longtime Nashville supporters while still targeting fans who wouldn't be caught dead inside a honky tonk. Released one year after 2009's Defying Gravity, Get Closer is another country-pop hybrid, executed with swagger and professionalism by the man who helped bring drum machines to Music City.
The bad news is that the album is short. Super short. Unless fans want to drive to Target, which has exclusive rights to the full version of Get Closer, they'll have to settle for a shorter album that clocks in at eight tracks. This so-called "standard" edition feels more like an EP, and the fact that Target's version only adds two more originals -- coupled with a remake of Santana's "Winning" and four live tracks from the Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing tour -- provides little relief. The good news is that Get Closer, in all its abridged glory, contains some of Urban's best work to date. He co-writes most of the material and chooses his songwriting partners wisely, working with Sarah Buxton (who wrote the Grammy-winning "Stupid Boy") on "Put You in a Song" and collaborating with longtime partner Darrell Brown on the country-rocker "Georgia Woods," which may be the best tune here. Those two songs -- along with "You Gonna Fly," "Long Hot Summer," and "Shut Out the Lights" -- round out the rock section, and Urban decorates them with an arsenal of stringed instruments, from bazouki to banjo to E-bow guitar. A former session player who performed on Garth Brooks' Double Live, he sometimes lets his own professionalism get the best of him, downplaying his guitar skills on record to make each song as commercial as possible. The rockers on Get Closer are an exception to the rule, though, filled with the sort of two-minute guitar workouts that are only rivaled by contemporaries like Brad Paisley and John Mayer. If the fast songs are an excuse for Urban to flex his chops, then the slower numbers give him a chance to sing directly to his wife, Nicole Kidman, whose influence helps replace the weepy ballads of past albums with measured, midtempo highlights like "Without You." Get Closer may be 34 minutes long, but it uses its time wisely, featuring a virtually filler-free track list that contains some of Urban's sharpest open-highway tunes and bedroom ballads. ~ Andrew Leahey
Audio Mixer: Justin Niebank.
Recording information: Aimeeland; Hound's Ear.
Photographers: Max Vadukal; Jean-Philippe Piter.
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