Bon Jovi Release Greatest Hits And Ultimate Dvd Collection 1st November14 Oct 2010
Bon Jovi Release Greatest Hits And Ultimate Dvd Collection 1st November
Music icons Bon Jovi are releasing a career-spanning greatest hits compilation and the ultimate video collection DVD on November 1st on Mercury Records. Bon Jovi GREATEST HITS will transport listeners through the band's worldwide monster hits of the past and offer a bridge to the future with the debut of brand new tracks.
"Music marks milestones in all our lives," notes frontman Jon Bon Jovi. "These songs have stood the test of time and they remind us all where we came from, even as we keep our eyes towards the future."
Bon Jovi GREATEST HITS is a 16-song single disc chock full of the band's biggest chart-toppers including "Livin' On A Prayer," "Always," "It's My Life," "Wanted Dead or Alive," and "Who Says You Can't Go Home." Two new songs, including lead single "What Do You Got?," round out the tracklisting.
Bon Jovi GREATEST HITS - THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION is a 28-song two disc edition made up of the GREATEST HITS CD from the standard edition and a second disc featuring beloved fan favorites including "Runaway," "Blood on Blood," "These Days," and "Keep The Faith" plus the third and fourth new tracks created for this project. The four new songs ("The More Things Change," "No Apologies," "This Is Love, This Is Life" and the first single, "What Do You Got?") were written specifically for inclusion in this compilation.
Bon Jovi GREATEST HITS THE ULTIMATE VIDEO COLLECTION features the band's biggest worldwide smash hits in a career-spanning set of original promo videos, alongside the greatest ever live performances of each and every one of these legendary tracks. The phenomenal live footage includes the band's groundbreaking rooftop show on top of London's O2 Arena (never before been released on home video) as well as an exclusive performance of storming new single WHAT DO YOU GOT?, not available anywhere else.
One of the biggest bands on the planet, Bon Jovi have sold a staggering 120 million albums worldwide, scored 5 UK Number 1 albums alone and played live to over 34 million fans.