Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Bon Jovi - Crush (2000)

Bon Jovi - Crush - Released Year 2000

Tracklist front / back album covers

1. "It's My Life"   3:44
2. "Say It Isn't So"   3:33
3. "Thank You for Loving Me"   5:09
4. "Two Story Town"   5:10
5. "Next 100 Years"   6:19
6. "Just Older"   4:29
7. "Mystery Train"   5:14
8. "Save the World"   5:31
9. "Captain Crash & The Beauty Queen from Mars"   4:31
10. "She's a Mystery"   5:18
11. "I Got the Girl"   4:36
12. "One Wild Night"   4:18
13. "I Could Make a Living Out of Lovin' You" (Bonus track)   4:40
14. "Neurotica" (Bonus track in Australia and Japan)   4:45

Japanese Special Edition Bonus CD: Live from Osaka
1. "Runaway" (Live, slow version)   5:46
2. "Mystery Train" (live)   5:36
3. "Rockin' in the Free World" (Live)   5:50
4. "Just Older" (Live)   5:20
5. "It's My Life" (Live)   3:50
6. "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night" (Live)   8:31

2010 Special Edition bonus tracks
13. "It's My Life (Live)"   3:57
14. "Just Older (Live)"   5:29
15. "Captain Crash & the Beauty Queen From Mars (Live)"   5:18

At the end of the album, the band can be heard discussing what would happen if James Brown were there, which then follows into 30 seconds of silence before a bonus track, "I Could Make a Living Out of Loving You", can be heard.

Bon Jovi Band Members / Musicians
Jon Bon Jovi – lead vocals, guitar, producer

Richie Sambora – lead guitar, backing vocals, talk box on “It’s My Life”, producer

Tico Torres – drums, percussion

David Bryan – keyboards, backing vocals

Hugh McDonald – bass, backing vocals

Michael Dearchin - backing vocals

David Campbell – string arrangements

Luke Ebbin - producer
Joe Chiccarelli - engineer, recording
Mike Rew - assistant engineer
Bob Clearmountain - mixing
Sheldon Steiger - Pro Tools
Olaf Heine - photography
George Marino - mastering
Obie O'Brien - engineer
Kevin Reagan - design

Crush is the 7th studio album by American rock band Bon Jovi. It was released on June 13, 2000, by Island Records. It was produced by Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, and Luke Ebbin. The album marks the longest timespan between studio albums for the band, with five years between the release of These Days (1995) and this album. After the initial plan to team up with producer Bruce Fairbairn fell through because of his death a year earlier, Bon Jovi and Sambora hired Luke Ebbin to update their sound with a smattering of loops and impressive arrangements.

Despite the long break, the album was just as successful as their previous releases and helped introduce the band to a new generation of fans. The success of the album was largely due to the lead single "It's My Life" which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, while the album itself was nominated for Best Rock Album. Crush was certified double platinum in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America.

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