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New Jersey (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about New Jersey (Deluxe Edition) by Bon Jovi. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 02:18:15 minutes.

Artist: Bon Jovi
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 28
Duration: 02:18:15
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No. Title Length
1. Lay Your Hands On Me 5:58
2. Bad Medicine 5:16
3. Born To Be My Baby 4:40
4. Living In Sin 4:39
5. Blood On Blood 6:16
6. Homebound Train 5:10
7. Wild Is the Wind 5:08
8. Ride Cowboy Ride 1:24
9. Stick To Your Guns 4:45
10. I'll Be There For You 5:46
11. 99 In the Shade 4:29
12. Love For Sale 4:01
13. The Boys Are Back In Town 4:05
14. Love Is War 4:14
15. Born To Be My Baby (Acoustic Version) 4:53
16. Homebound Train (Demo) 6:32
17. Judgement Day (Demo) 4:18
18. Full Moon High (Demo) 4:42
19. Growing Up the Hard Way (Demo) 5:31
20. Let's Make It Baby (Demo) 5:56
21. Love Hurts (Demo) 4:49
22. Backdoor To Heaven (Demo) 5:51
23. Now and Forever (Demo) 5:34
24. Wild Is the Wind (Demo) 4:55
25. Stick To Your Guns (Demo) 5:15
26. House of Fire (Demo) 5:01
27. Does Anybody Really Fall In Love Anymore? (Demo) 4:57
28. Diamond Ring (Demo) 4:10



Released in September 1988, New Jersey sent five singles into the Top 10: “Bad Medicine,” “Born to Be My Baby,” “I’ll Be There for You,” “Living in Sin,” and “Lay Your Hands on Me.” Yet the band had originally envisioned the album as a double LP called Sons of Beaches. This 2014 deluxe edition of New Jersey includes the original 12-song release remastered, plus three bonus tracks that were issued as b-sides or CD-single bonus tracks: a cover of Thin Lizzy’s “The Boys Are Back in Town,” “Love Is War,” and an acoustic version of “Born to Be My Baby.” From there, 13 demos from the Sons of Beaches project—more than an hour’s worth of music—create a new album of sorts. “Homebound Train” starts with harmonica and a sense of the blues before turning into a full-blown hard rocker. Band harmonies are as strong as ever, and the less produced sessions let the band’s basic chemistry shine through on tracks like “Growing Up the Hard Way,” “Love Hurts,” and “House of Fire.”