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  • Audio CD (4 Jun. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B00006J9OR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
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First of all, I'm a huge Bon Jovi fan so I might be a little biased but I'll try and be as fair as possible.
This is a good album. Lyrically it is as good as usual (no These Days but everybit as good as Crush) and musically it is more varied than any of the previous Jovi albums.
The 12 tracks are about an equal mix between out and out rock (Everyday, Bounce and Undivided) and the now-familiar ballads (You Had Me From Hello, Open All Night).
Opening track Undivided is the song most inpsired by Sept 11th but displays the bands optimism for the future instead of dwelling on the past like some songs have. It's a good rock track and I think most fans will love this track.
On the other end of the rock scale is Open All Night - inspired by Jon's character on Ally McBeal - this is an honest and heart-felt song with simple but effective music.
Joey is a good piano led song which is perhaps a little too similar to Elton John's Levon.
Finally, Right Side Of Wrong - I don't know why but I love this song. Great movie like lyrics and good music with some great guitars from Sir Richie Sambora ("We're not worthy!")
Overall, this album is less rock that Crush was, but probably better for it. I felt the ballads on Crush were not up to the usual standard but Bounce more than makes up for this.
A note for fans of Dave Bryan is that he seems a lot more prominant on this album than any of the previous ones.
Anyway, I doubt this will convert many non-Jovi fans but all Bon Jovi-fans should like it at least.
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Once again a fantastic, mind blowing collection of the best rock songs out there. I'm a relatively new Bon Jovi fan and I just can get over the variety in the albums and the songs. Bounce is a fantastic example of this, you've got the mind blowing, head banging, 'just get up and rock out!!!!' "anthem" style that they are famous for in songs such 'Undivided'- (a heart felt response to the events of 9/11) and the more softer "ballad" style songs like'Joey' or 'Right side of wrong'. As with all Bon jovi songs they become deeper as you listen to the words and come up with your own views on the meaning and inspiration behind them. In a time of manufactured pop and songs that mean nothing, laying back and listening to Bon Jovi reminds you that there is real talent out there and real songs about real life for real people. I bought this album yesterday and have already listened to the whole album twice, But as with any Bon Jovi album -WORDS JUST DON'T CUT IT- Listen to it and you'll get what I'm on about.
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Nearly 20 years and 92 million albums into their career and Bon Jovi continue to go from strength to strength!

Inspired by the success of their previous album, the multi platinum selling 'Crush', the band decided to keep the momentum going and got down to work on their follow up. The events of September the 11th, however, changed the perspective for all...

In the spirit of 'bouncing back' the boys from New Jersey decided to help the recovery by writing an album of songs laden with positive messages; songs that speak of resilience and hope for all.

From the opening crunch of lead track 'Undivided' we know we are firmly back in rock anthem territory: big guitars and catchy sing-a-long choruses that will soon be on the lips of sell out audiences around the world. Standout tracks include the new single 'Everyday', already a hit with fans, and the title track 'Bounce'. These tracks were previewed to fans recently at the sold out Capital Request concert attended by 20,000 people, and the aforementioned 20,000 people responded with nothing but positive (and loud!) approval!

The album also features the band's trademark slower songs, all featuring the same style of provocative songwriting from Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora that has prevailed over the years; a style that takes the listener on a journey of insight into the lives of their characters, illustrated wonderfully by 'Joey' and the Ally McBeal inspired 'You Had Me From Hello'. Songs like 'Misunderstood' and 'Right Side Of Wrong' also provide us all with situations that we can all associate with and identify with; an enduring feature of their songwriting style.

With 'Bounce' Bon Jovi have once again shown that their music can defy all trends,styles and fashions and remain the best example of its genre; they have given us an honest-to-god rock record and a licence to play it loud! I, for one, would encourage you to do just that...
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I know I wasn't the only one disappointed with Crush - but fear not, this is one hell of an album. To put it quite literally, it rocks !
'Undivided' contains subtle references to September 11, not soppy, sentimental or lucid but moving. 'All about lovin' you' is another beautiful ballad, which Bon Jovi specialize in. 'Bounce', the title track and 'Everyday' are both good rock pieces, my personal favourite being 'Hook me up'. This album contains some seriously heavy guitar work. Another of Jon's moral stories is 'Joey', whilst 'Wrong Side of Right' is another song that brings tears to your eyes, invoking the legendary cowboy relationship.
Jon seems to have regained the power in his voice and Richie is, as usual, simply amazing. Forget the temporary blip that was Crush, this is Bon Jovi back in full swing. Buy or regret it. Bon Jovi are just getting even better!
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