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Slippery When Wet (Remastered)

Released on 03 September 1999

Artist: Bon Jovi

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  1. Let It Rock
  2. You Give Love A Bad Name
  3. Livin' On A Prayer
  4. Social Disease
  5. Wanted Dead Or Alive
  6. Raise Your Hands
  7. Without Love
  8. I'd Die For You
  9. Never Say Goodbye
  10. Wild In The Streets

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 Pure 5* Material

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Well first off this album built Bon Jovi's Career, their first two albums were superb hard rock albums which were criminally underrated and most of their albums since have been decent enough albums but this one catapulted them to superstardom in a way most people couldn't dream of, as one of the biggest selling albums of all-time you would probabaly guess that this is a very commercial album and if so you wouldn't be wrong at all, but the songs on this album are all brilliant so the 28 million copies of this album that are already out there sure didn't sell by accident, 2 consecutive number 1s in living on a prayer and you give love a bad name, a number 7 in the charts with wanted dead or alive which is now their signature song and also a number 28 in the charts with their signature ballad never say goodbye, not to mention the 8 weeks that the album itself spent at number 1 in the music charts making it one of the 6 best selling hard rock albums ever
Anyway the album itself is pure listening pleasure to most of those with a hankering for a good set of catchy rock songs and they managed to swap between anthems and ballads on this album with such ease, the first number on this album let it rock starts with a great little keyboard piece by david bryan and then rips into a killer anthem where jon bon jovi shows what a strong rock orientated voice he has and ritchie sambora as always pulls of a really great solo that I personally never get tired of, the next couple of songs you give love a bad name and living on a payer are much the same but unlike let it rock they were released as singles and ended up topping the charts with no trouble at all, to this day both numbers are played on rock radio somewhere in the world several dozen times a day and as such are still fan favourites that are part of the bon jovi stage show even now, the next number social disease is more filler than killer but the album immediately picks up again with wanted dead or alive which much like living on a prayer and you give love a bad name is a killer anthem played on radio stations around the world all the time, raise your hands is next and much like all the previous songs is a killer anthem that is definately not out of place here, then we move onto the next three tracks without love, id die for you and never say goodbye which are all killer rock ballads which many people around the world still get married to to this very day, mind you these are not as sappy as the later bon jovi material and are actually very enjoyable to listen to, which leaves the last song wild in the streets and that is probabaly the one song on this album that explains what bon jovi were about the most, a bunch of wild starry eyed new yorkers who wanted to live the party lifestyle to the max, the fact is that every one of the songs on this album are hook filled party anthems or heartfelt power ballads and when it came down to it these guys had it all down to a fine art, in my personal opinion there are very few bands out there that could create both anthems and ballads that were world-class as easily as this , but then if you ask just about any real bon jovi fan what is their favourite jovi album they will normally say slippery, because when it comes down to it, this was bon jovi at the absolute peak of their powers and when these were on form they were world beaters

Basically in a nutshell this is one of the all-time greatest hard rock albums and it is a wonderful hook laden album that is extremely melodic and catchy from start to finish, this is one album that for me at least helped define the kind of music I would grow up to love for the rest of my life and I seriously believe that i'm not the only one either

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 Slippery When Wet is a classic 80's rock album.

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This was the first album I brought on tape back in 1986 when I was eight years old. This remaster copy is excellent sound quality and has a video of the song Wanted Dead Or Alive, one of the best tracks which you can play on your computer. Slippery When Wet sold over seventeen million copies worldwide and is overall Bon Jovi's best album. Every song is good on this cd you have Livin' On A Prayer which is thier most famous song and You Give Love A Bad Name was a big hit too. The song I Die For You is a great love song and Never Say Goodbye holds a special place in My heart for when I moved house back in 1987. Bon Jovi was the first rock band I got into and rock music has be my favourite ever since.

 The one that made them the superstars they are today!

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Ì LOVE this album it is a classic! with fanastic songs like Livin on a Prayer and You give love a bad name whats not to like about this cd! Bon Jovi are one of the biggest bands around and they deserve all the success they have! They have stayed true to their musical style but still moved with the times. I for one will always be a huge fan!

 AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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This album is absolutely awesome!!!!!!!!! Top quality music from a top quality band. It's a mixture of rock and what i call rocky love, it's just unbelievable. Livin' on a Prayer and Raise Your Hands are top quality anthems which should make up part of a top 10 rock list. AMAZING ALBUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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