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Bon Jovi Have A Live Album On The Way

by Music-News.com on November 24, 2016

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Bon Jovi’s latest album, This House is Not For Sale, debuted at number 1, the sixth of their career, and then promptly set a record for the biggest drop from the top spot going to number 43 in its second week.

That’s not stopping them from putting out a new take on the album just 1-1/2 months after release. On December 15, they will release This House Is Not For Sale: Live From the London Palladium, a track-for-track recreation of the deluxe version of the album recorded during their short small venue tour introducing the new set to the public.

Unfortunately, the set only includes the main part of the show and not the two song encore of their earlier hits Who Says You Can’t Go Home and Bad Medicine.

This House Is Not For Sale: Live From the London Palladium will be available exclusively through Wal-Mart.

This House Is Not For Sale: Live From the London Palladium track list

This House Is Not For Sale
Living With The Ghost
Knockout
Labor Of Love
Born Again Tomorrow
Roller Coaster
New Year’s Day
The Devil’s In The Temple
Scars On This Guitar
God Bless This Mess
Reunion
Real Love
All Hail The King
We Don’t Run
Come On Up To Our House

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