Discussion in 'SMB' started by cluffy, Apr 15, 2018.
At the rock and roll hall of fame. Stirring stuff
Great to see Richie there with the boys
Of course people will take the piss if you say you like them but aside from the cheesey stuff some of their stuff is decent. New Jersey is a very good album.
Slippery When Wet was better imho.
I’m going to have to listen to them both now
The Mumfords of Rock
Sings like he's squeezing one out
I wadnt even induct them into the CIU.
I’m far from a Bon Jovi but livin on a prayer is a classic working class anthem.
My collection of their stuff is so old its all on cassette , but I enjoyed all the albums they did up to and including New Jersey - and JBJs solo album for the Young Guns 2 OST.
If Bon Jovi was playing a gig and I happened to walk past i'd cross the road.
Love bon Jovi me like
I can listen to a track on the radio no bother but I wouldn't pull out one of their albums and play it all the way through these days. I did see them at Gateshead and they were good live to be fair.
Seen Bryan Adams twice there as well , always greatful to him for missing the 94 World Cup Final!
I love a bit of Bon Jovi me. Might put it on my phone for cycling next week.
Good speech like...but still overrated thanks to 2 decent tunes
They gieve luurv uh biaad ne’ame... and they gave vowels a thoroughly sound spanking on the bottom.
The rock equivalent of Black Lace
His work needs burying not rewarding
I've belted out a few of his tunes when I was young so I know what I'm talking about
He’s loooking very old these days instead of like a pooodle which most of us remember him
I know a lad who genuinely thinks they are the greatest band of all time. He's obsessed with him, putting up song lyrics as like inspiration quotes.
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