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7800 Fahrenheit [Enhanced, Original recording remastered]

Bon Jovi Audio CD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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For almost three decades, Bon Jovi have earned their reputation on the road as ambassadors of American rock ‘n’ roll, performing for more than 34 million fans around the globe. Along the way, the New Jersey-based quartet – lead singer Jon Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora, keyboardist David Bryan, and drummer Tico Torres - have racked up a stellar resume of career highlights ... Read more in Amazon's Bon Jovi Store

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  • Audio CD (19 Mar 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Mercury Records Ltd (London)
  • ASIN: B00000GAGQ
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,406 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. In And Out Of Love
2. The Price Of Love
3. Only Lonely
4. King Of The Mountain
5. Silent Night
6. Tokyo Road
7. The Hardest Part Is The Night
8. Always Run To You
9. To The Fire
10. Secret Dreams
11. In And Out Of Love

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hideously overlooked 6 Sep 2002
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Ask any critic, they'll tell you that 7800 Fahrenheit is Bon Jovi failing to find their feet, a stutter in their career after the promise of the debut and before the success of Slippery When Wet. But ask any fan, and they'll either say it's a vital step in the career of the group, or as some would say, it's amongst their best work.
I'm of the latter view. The production may be shabby, and this in my opinion is why so many critics fault this collection. But how anyone can deny the quality of tracks like Only Lonely, In & Out Of Love and Always Run To You is beyond me. The band is tight, the emotion intense and the melodies strong. Richie Sambora displays the sort of fluent guitar work that would become a trademark of the band's sound, and the other band members display a confidence that suggests they knew the world was theirs for the talking. It took until the following year, and the Desmond Child-assisted hits Livin' On A Prayer and You Give Love A Bad Name, before Jovi would achieve worldwide superstar status. But this excellent and highly underrated album should not be overlooked by anyone with even a slight interest in the work of the group.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hot Rock! 7 Oct 2005
Format:Audio CD
Bon Jovi round two - and an album that is usually overlooked by many, despite it being a quality product.
This CD showed a mature sound from the band, after their debut's pop-like feel. It is probably the bands most heavy rock album, and full of songs that have a strong guitar base to them.
The album is not quite as uplifting as their later stuff, which may put people off, but the songs are a vast improvement on their debut album.
Tokyo Road, for me, is the standout. Jon's lyrics are superb here, much improved from last time, stronger, more resilient and a bit lower in tone.
King of the Mountain is a guilty pleasure - not particularly brilliant, but an enjoyable, indulgent song. Silent Night is also a strong track, that has a creepy opening sound, but will totally rock your socks off.
This Bon Jovi album is the exception to the rest of their career. The heavy rock sound making it not only sound completely different to later albums, but almost being a one off. Don't expect the love ballads, or fast-paced stadium sound. This is a band showing they can do quality material, and therefore it deserves to be heard.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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This may well be the most underated album ever. I got into Bon Jovi in 2000 with the release of "Crush" and started to work my way back through the Bon Jovi timeline buying all thier stuff. My god was i surprised when i bought this album, not surprised that it was really good but surprised about how over looked it is?? This is an awsome album, heavier than the bon jovi we might hear nowadays. Its deffitnaley worth purchasing for anyone with a slight intrest in Bon Jovi, and also for you "rockers" who overlook Bon Jovi for something a bit heavier buying this may well be a plesent surprise for you!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Underrated second album 27 July 2007
By ReviewBlog51 TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
I know that the members of Bon Jovi don't care a great deal for their second album originally released in 1985 but '7800 Fahrenheit' is far from bad. It's a definite improvement on their debut (which was also good) and more memorable than a few of their more recent albums. It was a more mature record than the first one and the material certainly leans more towards hard rock. On '7800', all of the songs have lost that slight pop music feel that the debut had. It's actually one of the few Bon Jovi albums that i'd put in the 'heavy rock' category and there isn't even a ballad to be found, which makes it different from the rest that followed.

There are some great songs to be heard on here, my personal favourites are 'Tokyo Road' and 'Hardest Part Is The Night'. Despite it being in many ways the forgotten Bon Jovi album, don't let that put you off because it is well worth listening too.
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4.0 out of 5 stars its ok like it 30 May 2014
By ogh 551
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its ok like it a lot. not there best but ok give it a go got some good tracks on it
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4.0 out of 5 stars quick delivery 14 May 2014
By Jill
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Very big fan and really love this CD. Will add more to my collection and listen to it in the car
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant! 15 May 2013
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Takes me back to 1986 and my GCSE revision. Brill! All the classics, a must buy for any Bon Jovi fan!
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4.0 out of 5 stars last good Bon Jovi album 25 Feb 2013
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Yes this album does have some of that hair bandish sound that they were known for in the 80's but overall 7800 is as close to actual metal that Bon Jovi has ever gotten and by now I'm pretty sure is safe to say will ever get. The songs here are darker, heavier and far better than anything they've done since. The lyrics here are much better written than on their mega hit follow up Slippery When Wet, while their are some cliches they are nowhere near as abundant as on later releases. The guitar work is the absolute best that we hear from Richie until his first solo album Stranger in This Town. This album manages to pull off being both very melodic and emotional while still actually being heavy and intense. This is something Bon Jovi have not been able to accomplish since. This band had the potential to make some really high caliber metal records if they would've chosen to continue and improve upon the direction they had going with Fahrenheit, over the course of another album or two they could've refined and shed whatever was still remaining of the more poppish elements of their sound, gotten a little heavier, develope somewhat more complex and more intense guitar riffs and solos. I really think these guys with a little more experience and exploration in this more heavy metalish direction could've even given Judas Priest and Iron Maiden a run for their money. Unfortunately it is a potential that will never be fully realized because just one year later they decided to change their sound completely to hair metal simply because that was what was selling at the time. While the next couple of albums were indeed an improvement over SWW, none of those quite match the overall intensity and high velocity that this album (and to a lesser extent their debut) possessed. Even later in their careers they would completely wimp out and become a soft rock band, which is what they are today. All because money and record sales and superstardom were more important than actual quality music.
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