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Rock - Erschienen am 18. August 1986 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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Slippery When Wet wasn't just a breakthrough album for Bon Jovi; it was a breakthrough for hair metal in general, marking the point where the genre officially entered the mainstream. Released in 1986, it presented a streamlined combination of pop, hard rock, and metal that appealed to everyone -- especially girls, whom traditional heavy metal often ignored. Slippery When Wet was more indebted to pop than metal, though, and the band made no attempt to hide its commercial ambition, even hiring an outside songwriter to co-write two of the album's biggest singles. The trick paid off as Slippery When Wet became the best-selling album of 1987, beating out contenders like Appetite for Destruction, The Joshua Tree, and Michael Jackson's Bad. Part of the album's success could be attributed to Desmond Child, a behind-the-scenes songwriter who went on to write hits for Aerosmith, Michael Bolton, and Ricky Martin. With Child's help, Bon Jovi penned a pair of songs that would eventually define their career -- “Living on a Prayer” and “You Give Love a Bad Name” -- two teenage anthems that mixed Springsteen's blue-collar narratives with straightforward, guitar-driven hooks. The band's characters may have been down on their luck -- they worked dead-end jobs, pined for dangerous women, and occasionally rode steel horses -- but Bon Jovi never presented a problem that couldn’t be cured by a good chorus, every one of which seemed to celebrate a glass-half-full mentality. Elsewhere, the group turned to nostalgia, using songs like “Never Say Goodbye” and “Wild in the Streets” to re-create (or fabricate) an untamed, sex-filled youth that undoubtedly appealed to the band’s teen audience. Bon Jovi wasn't nearly as hard-edged as Mötley Crüe or technically proficient as Van Halen, but the guys smartly played to their strengths, shunning the extremes for an accessible, middle-of-the-road approach that wound up appealing to more fans than most of their peers. “It’s alright if you have a good time,” Jon Bon Jovi sang on Slippery When Wet’s first track, “Let It Rock,” and those words essentially served as a mantra for the entire hair metal genre, whose carefree, party-heavy attitude became the soundtrack for the rest of the ‘80s. © Andrew Leahey /TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 2. Oktober 2020 | Captain Kidd Corp.

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Eigentlich hätte 2020, das 15. Studioalbum von Bon Jovi, im Mai des titelgebenden Jahres erscheinen sollen, aber dank der Pandemie wurde die Veröffentlichung auf Oktober 2020 verschoben. Jon Bon Jovi nutzte die Zeit, das Album umzugestalten: Er schmiss zwei Songs raus und nahm stattdessen die neuen Singles "American Reckoning" und "Do What You Can" auf, in denen er deutlich die Probleme und Unruhen seines Landes im Jahr 2020 anspricht. Auch sonst greifen die Stücke, die den erdigen Mainstream-Rock der Band weiterführen, ernste Themen auf: "Lower the Flag" handelt vom Amoklauf in Dayton, "Blood in the Water" erzählt von Flüchtlingen. Als weitere Singles wurden "Unbroken" und "Limitless" vorab ausgekoppelt. Das Album stieg in Deutschland auf Platz 3 in die Charts ein. © TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 9. November 2010 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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Pop - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2003 | Bon Jovi Profit Split (Catalog)

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Pop - Erschienen am 18. Oktober 1994 | Bon Jovi Profit Split (Catalog)

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Rock - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1992 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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Rock - Erschienen am 19. September 1988 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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New Jersey, das vierte Studioalbum der US-Rocker Bon Jovi, kam 1988 heraus, zwei Jahre nach ihrem großen Durchbruch mit Slippery When Wet. Ihren popgetränkten Hardrock-Ansatz hatten sie dort perfektioniert, weswegen auch New Jersey zum Bestseller wurde. Das Album mit seinen zahlreichen Mitsingrefrains enthielt zwei Nummer-Eins-Singles ("Bad Medicine" und "I'll Be There for You") sowie drei weitere Top-Ten-Hits ("Lay Your Hands on Me", "Living in Sin" und "Born to Be My Baby"). 2014 wurde die Platte in einer Deluxe-Edition neu aufgelegt, die eine zweite CD mit Demos und B-Seiten enthält. Außerdem ist eine "Super Deluxe Edition" erhältlich, die zusätzlich noch eine DVD mit der Dokumentation Access All Areas: A Rock & Roll Odyssey sowie allen New-Jersey-Musikvideos beinhaltet. © TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 19. September 1988 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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New Jersey, das vierte Studioalbum der US-Rocker Bon Jovi, kam 1988 heraus, zwei Jahre nach ihrem großen Durchbruch mit Slippery When Wet. Ihren popgetränkten Hardrock-Ansatz hatten sie dort perfektioniert, weswegen auch New Jersey zum Bestseller wurde. Das Album mit seinen zahlreichen Mitsingrefrains enthielt zwei Nummer-Eins-Singles ("Bad Medicine" und "I'll Be There for You") sowie drei weitere Top-Ten-Hits ("Lay Your Hands on Me", "Living in Sin" und "Born to Be My Baby"). 2014 wurde die Platte in einer Deluxe-Edition neu aufgelegt, die eine zweite CD mit Demos und B-Seiten enthält. Außerdem ist eine "Super Deluxe Edition" erhältlich, die zusätzlich noch eine DVD mit der Dokumentation Access All Areas: A Rock & Roll Odyssey sowie allen New-Jersey-Musikvideos beinhaltet. © TiVo
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Pop - Erschienen am 21. Januar 1984 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

From the opening track, "Runaway," which rode to glory on E Street Band-mate Roy Bittan's distinctive keyboard riff, to the sweaty arena rock of "Get Ready," which closed the album, Bon Jovi's debut is an often-overlooked minor gem from the early days of hair metal. The songs may be simple and the writing prone to all clichés of the form, but the album boasts a pretty consistent hard rock attack, passionate playing, and a keen sense of melody. The prominence that keyboardist David Bryan (credited as David Rashbaum in the liner notes) gets on this record is an indicator, perhaps, that Bon Jovi had more than a passing interest in the pop market, which was then dominated by new wave and synth pop. Mixing Journey-like '70s rock ("She Don't Know Me") with shout-along stadium anthems ("Love Lies"), the self-titled Bon Jovi lay the foundation for the band's career, which reached its apex several years later with that very same combination of pop melody and arena-sized amibiton. © Leslie Mathew /TiVo
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Pop - Erschienen am 21. Januar 1984 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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From the opening track, "Runaway," which rode to glory on E Street Band-mate Roy Bittan's distinctive keyboard riff, to the sweaty arena rock of "Get Ready," which closed the album, Bon Jovi's debut is an often-overlooked minor gem from the early days of hair metal. The songs may be simple and the writing prone to all clichés of the form, but the album boasts a pretty consistent hard rock attack, passionate playing, and a keen sense of melody. The prominence that keyboardist David Bryan (credited as David Rashbaum in the liner notes) gets on this record is an indicator, perhaps, that Bon Jovi had more than a passing interest in the pop market, which was then dominated by new wave and synth pop. Mixing Journey-like '70s rock ("She Don't Know Me") with shout-along stadium anthems ("Love Lies"), the self-titled Bon Jovi lay the foundation for the band's career, which reached its apex several years later with that very same combination of pop melody and arena-sized amibiton. © Leslie Mathew /TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1995 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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Rock - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2000 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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Rock - Erschienen am 18. August 1986 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

Slippery When Wet wasn't just a breakthrough album for Bon Jovi; it was a breakthrough for hair metal in general, marking the point where the genre officially entered the mainstream. Released in 1986, it presented a streamlined combination of pop, hard rock, and metal that appealed to everyone -- especially girls, whom traditional heavy metal often ignored. Slippery When Wet was more indebted to pop than metal, though, and the band made no attempt to hide its commercial ambition, even hiring an outside songwriter to co-write two of the album's biggest singles. The trick paid off as Slippery When Wet became the best-selling album of 1987, beating out contenders like Appetite for Destruction, The Joshua Tree, and Michael Jackson's Bad. Part of the album's success could be attributed to Desmond Child, a behind-the-scenes songwriter who went on to write hits for Aerosmith, Michael Bolton, and Ricky Martin. With Child's help, Bon Jovi penned a pair of songs that would eventually define their career -- “Living on a Prayer” and “You Give Love a Bad Name” -- two teenage anthems that mixed Springsteen's blue-collar narratives with straightforward, guitar-driven hooks. The band's characters may have been down on their luck -- they worked dead-end jobs, pined for dangerous women, and occasionally rode steel horses -- but Bon Jovi never presented a problem that couldn’t be cured by a good chorus, every one of which seemed to celebrate a glass-half-full mentality. Elsewhere, the group turned to nostalgia, using songs like “Never Say Goodbye” and “Wild in the Streets” to re-create (or fabricate) an untamed, sex-filled youth that undoubtedly appealed to the band’s teen audience. Bon Jovi wasn't nearly as hard-edged as Mötley Crüe or technically proficient as Van Halen, but the guys smartly played to their strengths, shunning the extremes for an accessible, middle-of-the-road approach that wound up appealing to more fans than most of their peers. “It’s alright if you have a good time,” Jon Bon Jovi sang on Slippery When Wet’s first track, “Let It Rock,” and those words essentially served as a mantra for the entire hair metal genre, whose carefree, party-heavy attitude became the soundtrack for the rest of the ‘80s. © Andrew Leahey /TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 22. Mai 2001 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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Rock - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2003 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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Rock - Erschienen am 11. August 2016 | Bon Jovi Profit Split

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Ihr dreizehntes Studioalbum This House Is Not for Sale ist auch das erste ohne den langjährigen Gitarristen Richie Sambora, und das erste seit ihrer Trennung vom Mercury-Label. Tränen fließen bei Bon Jovi wegen diesen Veränderungen keine - und doch schaut die Band mit den Stadion-Rocksongs der neuen Platten in Richtung Vergangenheit und erinnert mit vielen Mitsing-Hymnen an ihr Album Have a Nice Day von 2005. Diesmal klingen die Lieder aber weniger nach Freude als nach Groll: Mehrfach ist aus Jon Bon Jovis Texten herauszuhören, dass die Trennungen nicht einvernehmlich waren. Zwischendurch wird aber auch der eine oder andere sanftere Ton angeschlagen - zum Beispiel im Liebessong "Labor of Love" oder in einer Ode an seine Gitarre ("Scars on This Guitar"). © TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 2. Oktober 2020 | Captain Kidd Corp.

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Eigentlich hätte 2020, das 15. Studioalbum von Bon Jovi, im Mai des titelgebenden Jahres erscheinen sollen, aber dank der Pandemie wurde die Veröffentlichung auf Oktober 2020 verschoben. Jon Bon Jovi nutzte die Zeit, das Album umzugestalten: Er schmiss zwei Songs raus und nahm stattdessen die neuen Singles "American Reckoning" und "Do What You Can" auf, in denen er deutlich die Probleme und Unruhen seines Landes im Jahr 2020 anspricht. Auch sonst greifen die Stücke, die den erdigen Mainstream-Rock der Band weiterführen, ernste Themen auf: "Lower the Flag" handelt vom Amoklauf in Dayton, "Blood in the Water" erzählt von Flüchtlingen. Als weitere Singles wurden "Unbroken" und "Limitless" vorab ausgekoppelt. Das Album stieg in Deutschland auf Platz 3 in die Charts ein. © TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2005 | Island Records (The Island Def Jam Music Group / Universal Music)

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Rock - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2007 | Lost Highway PS (Audio)

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Rock - Erschienen am 27. März 1985 | Bon Jovi Profit Split (Catalog)

Bon Jovi's sophomore release found the New Jersey group continuing with its engaging mix of hard rock dynamics and blatant pop-metal overtones, and primed the pump for the coming popular explosion of Slippery When Wet. Ever since the keyboard call to arms of the breakthrough "Runaway," Bon Jovi had understood that real success lay in a billowing smoke, soft-focus derivation of true metal, where Journey-style synthesizers and soft rock chorus vocals were the name of the game. To that end, 7800° Fahrenheit tempered its black-leather rock & roll with a rudimentary form of the sound that would make Bon Jovi superstars. They puffed out their chests for the groupie-groping, Mötley Crüe-style catcalls of "In and Out of Love" and made sure "King of the Mountain" rumbled with boys-night-out bravado. But they seemed much more comfortable with the twittering ballad "Silent Night" or "Price of Love," where arena-ready riffing met smoke machine keys and vocal trills. There was even "Tokyo Road," a valiant attempt at the epic scope of Springsteen that featured a Japanese-language intro and full-on character development. It was in these moments -- when the tenets of metal tried on the hairstyles of pop -- that 7800° Fahrenheit burned its brightest; the professional songwriting and increased cash flow of Slippery When Wet just made the existing mercury burst. © Johnny Loftus /TiVo