Encyclopedia > Bounce

  Article Content


This article is about Bon Jovi's album, Bounce.

Bounce is also:

Bon Jovi's tenth album, Bounce was released in October of 2002. Bounce was heavily influenced by the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack, owing in part to Jon Bon Jovi's close proximity to New York.

Critical response to Bounce was largely positive. While Crush was sometimes criticized by long-time fans as being too "poppy", Bounce represented a return to Bon Jovi's "roots". However, this return to a more "classic Bon Jovi" sound, while a relief to some fans, also brought out some critics that accused the band of being too "formulaic", a critcism that had been leveled at the band in the past.

Bounce debuted at #2 on the "Billboard 200" chart, making it Bon Jovi's highest debut in the band's history.

Track Listing

  1. "Undivided" (Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Billy Falcon)
  2. "Everyday" (JBJ, Sambora, Andreas Carlsson)
  3. "The Distance" (JBJ, Sambora, Desmond Child[?])
  4. "Joey" (JBJ, Sambora)
  5. "Misunderstood" (JBJ, Sambora, Carlsson, Child)
  6. "All About Loving You" (JBJ, Sambora, Carlsson, Child)
  7. "Hook Me Up" (JBJ, Sambora, Carlsson, Child)
  8. "Right Side of Wrong" (JBJ)
  9. "Love Me Back to Life" (JBJ, Sambora)
  10. "You Had Me From Hello" (JBJ, Sambora, Carlsson)
  11. "Bounce" (JBJ, Sambora, Falcon)
  12. "Open All Night" (JBJ, Sambora)
  13. "No Regrets" *
  14. "Postcards From the Wasteland"

[*] May not be present on all releases, especially U.S. release.

All Wikipedia text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

  Search Encyclopedia

Search over one million articles, find something about almost anything!
  Featured Article

... for any period of time without a legitimate basis of authority. The first to have the title of "Tyrant" was Pisistratus in 560 BC. In modern times Tyrant has ...

This page was created in 30.6 ms