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Jon Bon Jovi, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Jon Bon Jovi, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Bon Jovi To Release 25 Disc Vinyl Box Set

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on November 18, 2016

in News

Bon Jovi’s complete studio album catalog including their latest, This House is Not For Sale, is being collected in a new 25-LP box set Bon Jovi: The Albums set the release for February 10.

Each album preserves the original look and sound of the originals. All LP jackets are exact replicas of the original album cover and songs have been mastered to the band’s specifications to ensure exceptional audio quality.

For those who can’t wait, thirteen of those albums are now available individually including a number that have never been released on vinyl:

Bon Jovi (1984)
7800° Fahrenheit (1985)
Slippery When Wet (1986)
New Jersey (1988) (2-LPs)
Keep The Faith (1992) (2-LPs, first-ever vinyl pressing in the U.S.)
These Days (1995) (2-LPs, first-ever vinyl pressing in the U.S.)
Crush (2000) (2-LPs, never before on vinyl)
Bounce (2002) (never before on vinyl)
Have A Nice Day (2005) (2-LPs, never before on vinyl)
Lost Highway (2007) (never before on vinyl)
The Circle (2009) (2-LPs, never before on vinyl)
What About Now (2013) (2-LPs, never before on vinyl)
This House Is Not For Sale (2016) (120-gram vinyl pressing)

All albums have their original track lists except for These Days which includes two additional bonus tracks, All I Want Is Everything and Bitter Wine.

When the box set is released in February, it will include five additional albums exclusive to the collection.

Blaze Of Glory – Jon Bon Jovi (1990)
Destination Anywhere – Jon Bon Jovi (1997) (2-LP’s, never before on vinyl)
Burning Bridges (2015) (never before on vinyl)
This House Is Not For Sale (2016) (180-gram vinyl pressing)
Extras (a new compilation created exclusively for the box set featuring Always and international rarities)
The track list for Extras:

Side A
Someday I’ll Be Saturday Night
No Apologies
Postcards From The Wasteland (available for the first time in the U.S.)
These Open Arms (available for the first time in the U.S.)
Walk Like A Man

Side B
Neurotica (available for the first time in the U.S.)
I Could Make A Living Out Of Loving You (available for the first time in the U.S.)
What Do You Got?
Dirty Little Secret (available for the first time in the U.S.)
Always

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