Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Bon Jovi 7800° Fahrenheit

7800° Fahrenheit is Bon Jovi's second album, and was released in April 1985. It introduced the classic '80s Bon Jovi logo that would later on be used in Slippery When Wet and New Jersey.

Lead singer Jon Bon Jovi explained that the title referred to the temperature at which stone liquefied; as the Fahrenheit scale is primarily used only in the United States, "7800° Fahrenheit" thus suggested "American hot rock."

1. "In and Out of Love" – (Jon Bon Jovi) - 4:26
2. "The Price of Love" – (Jon Bon Jovi) - 4:14
3. "Only Lonely" – (Jon Bon Jovi, David Bryan) - 5:02
4. "King of the Mountain" – (Jon Bon Jovi, Sambora) - 3:54
5. "Silent Night" – (Jon Bon Jovi) - 5:08
6. "Tokyo Road" – (Bon Jovi, Sambora) - 5:42
7. "The Hardest Part Is the Night" – (Jon Bon Jovi, Bryan, Sambora) - 4:25
8. "Always Run to You" – (Bon Jovi, Sambora) - 5:00
9. "To the Fire" – (Bon Jovi, Bryan, Sambora) - 4:28
10. "Secret Dreams" – (Bon Jovi, Sambora, Torres, Grabowski) - 4:54

Special Edition Bonus CD

1. Tokyo Road (Japan Tour 1985)
2. In And Out Of Love (Japan Tour 1985)
3. The Hardest part Is The Night (Japan Tour 1985)
4. Hardest Night (Japan Tour 1985)
5. Silent Night (Japan Tour 1985)
6. Only Lonely (Japan Tour 1985)
7. Tokyo Road (Live At Rio de Janeiro 1990)

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