Greatest Hits (Bon Jovi album)

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Greatest Hits
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Greatest hits album by Bon Jovi
Released October 29, 2010
Recorded 1983–2010
Genre
Length 70:53
Label Island
Producer
Bon Jovi chronology
The Circle
(2009)
Greatest Hits
(2010)
Inside Out
(2012)
Singles from Greatest Hits
  1. "What Do You Got?"
    Released: September 21, 2010
  2. "No Apologies"
    Released: February 24, 2011
  3. "This Is Our House"
    Released: September 6, 2011

Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American rock band Bon Jovi, released on October 29, 2010.

The standard edition of the album includes fourteen of the bands hits and two brand new singles "What Do You Got?" and "No Apologies."

A double disc version entitled Greatest Hits – The Ultimate Collection was also released featuring a second disc of fan favorites along with two more new songs: "This Is Love, This Is Life" and "The More Things Change."

The four new songs were written specifically for this new compilation project. The font used for the band's name on the album's cover is a return to the Bon Jovi logo used from 1985 to 1988 and it is also the first ever album to use the heart and dagger logo.

Bon Jovi performed a special, live streaming concert for the Live on Letterman web series on November 9, 2010. The band performed a significant part of the album during the hour-long set.

Track listing[edit]

The full track listing of the American and Canadian versions of compilation albums was unveiled on the official Bon Jovi website, which also offered the exclusive MP3 download "This Is Our House".[1]

North American edition[edit]

Disc 1
No.TitleWriter(s)From albumLength
1."Livin' on a Prayer"Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Desmond ChildSlippery When Wet4:13
2."You Give Love a Bad Name"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildSlippery When Wet3:45
3."It's My Life"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Max MartinCrush3:44
4."Have a Nice Day"Bon Jovi, Sambora, John ShanksHave a Nice Day3:48
5."Wanted Dead or Alive"Bon Jovi, SamboraSlippery When Wet5:11
6."Bad Medicine"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey5:16
7."We Weren't Born to Follow"Bon Jovi, SamboraThe Circle4:03
8."I'll Be There for You"Bon Jovi, SamboraNew Jersey5:46
9."Born to Be My Baby"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey4:40
10."Blaze of Glory" (Jon Bon Jovi solo)Bon JoviBlaze of Glory5:40
11."Who Says You Can't Go Home" (country version with Jennifer Nettles)Bon Jovi, SamboraHave a Nice Day3:50
12."Lay Your Hands on Me" (radio edit)Bon Jovi, SamboraNew Jersey3:49
13."Always"Bon JoviCross Road5:56
14."Runaway"Bon Jovi, George KarakBon Jovi3:53
15."What Do You Got?"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Brett JamesNew song3:47
16."No Apologies"Bon Jovi, SamboraNew song3:44
Total length:70:53
Disc 2 [Ultimate Collection only]
No.TitleWriter(s)From albumLength
1."In These Arms"Bon Jovi, Sambora, David BryanKeep the Faith5:19
2."Someday I'll Be Saturday Night"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildCross Road4:39
3."Lost Highway"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ShanksLost Highway4:04
4."Keep the Faith"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildKeep the Faith5:46
5."When We Were Beautiful"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Billy FalconThe Circle4:10
6."Bed of Roses"Bon JoviKeep the Faith6:38
7."This Ain't a Love Song"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildThese Days5:06
8."These Days"Bon Jovi, SamboraThese Days6:27
9."(You Want To) Make a Memory"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildLost Highway4:36
10."Blood on Blood"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey6:16
11."This Is Love This Is Life"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ShanksNew song3:25
12."The More Things Change"Bon Jovi, SamboraNew song3:53

International edition[edit]

Disc one
No.TitleWriter(s)From albumLength
1."Livin' on a Prayer"Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Desmond ChildSlippery When Wet 19864:13
2."You Give Love a Bad Name"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildSlippery When Wet3:46
3."It's My Life"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Max MartinCrush 20003:44
4."Have a Nice Day"Bon Jovi, Sambora, John ShanksHave a Nice Day 20053:48
5."Wanted Dead or Alive"Bon Jovi, SamboraSlippery When Wet5:11
6."Bad Medicine"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey 19885:16
7."We Weren't Born to Follow"Bon Jovi, SamboraThe Circle 20094:03
8."I'll Be There for You"Bon Jovi, SamboraNew Jersey5:46
9."Born to Be My Baby"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey4:40
10."Bed of Roses"Bon JoviKeep the Faith 19926:38
11."Who Says You Can't Go Home" (rock version)Bon Jovi, SamboraHave a Nice Day4:41
12."Lay Your Hands on Me" (radio edit)Bon Jovi, SamboraNew Jersey3:49
13."Always"Bon JoviCross Road 19945:56
14."In These Arms"Bon Jovi, Sambora, David BryanKeep the Faith5:19
15."What Do You Got?"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Brett JamesPreviously unreleased3:47
16."No Apologies"Bon Jovi, SamboraPreviously unreleased3:44
Disc two [Ultimate Collection only]
No.TitleWriter(s)From albumLength
1."Runaway"Bon Jovi, George KarakBon Jovi 19843:53
2."Someday I'll Be Saturday Night"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildCross Road4:39
3."Lost Highway"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ShanksLost Highway 20074:04
4."I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildKeep the Faith4:41
5."In and Out of Love"Bon Jovi7800° Fahrenheit 19854:26
6."Keep the Faith"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildKeep the Faith5:43
7."When We Were Beautiful"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Billy FalconThe Circle5:17
8."Blaze of Glory (Jon Bon Jovi solo)"Bon JoviBlaze of Glory 1990 (Jon Bon Jovi solo)5:39
9."This Ain't a Love Song"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildThese Days 19955:05
10."These Days"Bon Jovi, SamboraThese Days6:27
11."(You Want To) Make a Memory"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildLost Highway4:37
12."Blood on Blood"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey6:16
13."This Is Love, This Is Life"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ShanksPreviously unreleased3:25
14."The More Things Change"Bon Jovi, SamboraPreviously unreleased3:53

Japanese edition[edit]

Disc 1
No.TitleWriter(s)From albumLength
1."Livin' on a Prayer"Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Desmond ChildSlippery When Wet4:13
2."You Give Love a Bad Name"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildSlippery When Wet3:45
3."It's My Life"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Max MartinCrush3:44
4."Have a Nice Day"Bon Jovi, Sambora, John ShanksHave a Nice Day3:48
5."Wanted Dead or Alive"Bon Jovi, SamboraSlippery When Wet5:11
6."Bad Medicine"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey5:16
7."We Weren't Born to Follow"Bon Jovi, SamboraThe Circle4:03
8."I'll Be There for You"Bon Jovi, SamboraNew Jersey5:46
9."Born to Be My Baby"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey4:40
10."Blaze of Glory" (Jon Bon Jovi solo)Bon JoviBlaze of Glory5:40
11."Who Says You Can't Go Home" (rock version)Bon Jovi, SamboraHave a Nice Day4:41
12."Lay Your Hands on Me" (radio edit)Bon Jovi, SamboraNew Jersey3:49
13."Always"Bon JoviCross Road5:56
14."Runaway"Bon Jovi, George KarakBon Jovi3:53
15."Tokyo Road"Bon Jovi, Sambora7800° Fahrenheit5:42
16."What Do You Got?"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Brett JamesNew song3:47
17."No Apologies"Bon Jovi, SamboraNew song3:44
Total length:77:26
Disc 2 [Ultimate Collection only]
No.TitleWriter(s)From albumLength
1."In These Arms"Bon Jovi, Sambora, David BryanKeep the Faith5:19
2."Someday I'll Be Saturday Night"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildCross Road4:39
3."Lost Highway"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ShanksLost Highway4:04
4."I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildKeep the Faith4:41
5."In and Out of Love"Bon Jovi7800° Fahrenheit4:26
6."Keep the Faith"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildKeep the Faith5:43
7."When We Were Beautiful"Bon Jovi, Sambora, Billy FalconThe Circle5:17
8."Bed of Roses"Bon JoviKeep the Faith6:38
9."This Ain't a Love Song"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildThese Days5:05
10."These Days"Bon Jovi, SamboraThese Days6:27
11."(You Want To) Make a Memory"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildLost Highway4:37
12."Blood on Blood"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ChildNew Jersey6:16
13."This Is Love, This Is Life"Bon Jovi, Sambora, ShanksPreviously unreleased3:25
14."The More Things Change"Bon Jovi, SamboraPreviously unreleased3:53

While the standard edition released in North America will have 28 tracks, the Australian and Japanese editions are set to have 30 and 31 tracks respectively.[2][3] There are a few differences between the North American track list and the international track list. The main difference is the inclusion of "In and Out of Love" and "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead". Other differences include tracks from Keep the Faith album being present on disc 1 instead of disc 2, and "Blaze of Glory" being present on disc 2 instead of disc 1. The only album by the band not represented on either version of the compilation is Bounce.

The iTunes Store includes one additional track for the standard album download which is "This Is Our House" which was released as a digital single and given additionally as a pre-order-only track was "Raise Your Hands (NMS Live - 2010)". On the ultimate collection edition of the iTunes download, "This Is Our House" is included followed by the music video for "What Do You Got", a 10-minute track-by-track video interview, a digital booklet and given additionally as pre-order-only tracks were "Raise Your Hands (NMS Live - 2010)" and "Blood on Blood (NMS Live - 2010)".

Amazon UK and France lists "It's My Life (NMS Live – 2010)" as a bonus track on the standard digital edition, while Nokia's Ovi store in the United Kingdom and Ireland adds "When We Were Beautiful (NMS Live – 2010)" to both the standard and deluxe digital editions. Australia's BigPond Music and various European digital editions add "Keep the Faith (NMS Live - 2010)".

The Swedish DRM-based music streaming service Spotify got an exclusive single for unlimited & premium members, including Wanted Dead Or Alive, Livin' On A Prayer and Born To Be My Baby all tracks recorded live at the New Meadowlands Stadium in May 2010.

Commercial performance[edit]

In the United States the album debuted and peaked at number five on the Billboard 200 the week of November 27, 2010 with 88,000 copies sold, exceeding the first week sales of the band's 1994 hits collection, Cross Road, which sold 84,000 units in its debut week, the next week it dropped to number eighteen; it remained on the chart for eighty five weeks.[4][5][6] Additionally, it topped the Top Rock Albums and Top Hard Rock Albums charts.[7][8] It was certified platinum by the RIAA on February 25, 2015 for shipments of one million.[9]

In the United Kingdom the album entered and peaked at number two on November 13, 2010 selling 87,000 copies, it stayed at number two for two weeks and fell off to number six on its third week on chart; it was present on the chart for one hundred eighty three weeks.[10][11] It was certified three times platinum by the BPI on January 2, 2015 denoting shipments of one million seven hundred units.[12]

The album also opened at number one in Portugal, Ireland and on the European Top 100 Albums chart, additionally, it debuted at number two in Germany and Austria and at number five in Norway.[10]

Personnel[edit]

Rock Band 3 promotion[edit]

Twelve songs from the Greatest Hits album were also released as downloadable content for music video game Rock Band 3 on November 9, 2010.[13] The pack features every song from the first disc of the North American album except "Born to Be My Baby", "Always", "What Do You Got?" and "No Apologies". It also includes the full-length version of "Lay Your Hands on Me", and not the radio edit featured on Greatest Hits.

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[62] 7× Platinum 490,000^
Belgium (BEA)[63] Gold 15,000*
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[64] Gold 20,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[65] 3× Platinum 240,000^
Finland (Musiikkituottajat)[66] Gold 10,203[66]
Germany (BVMI)[67] Platinum 200,000^
Greece (IFPI Greece)[68] 2× Platinum 12,000^
Hungary (MAHASZ)[69] Gold 3,000^
Ireland (IRMA)[70] 2× Platinum 30,000^
Italy (FIMI)[71] Platinum 60,000*
Japan (RIAJ)[72] Gold 100,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[73] Platinum 15,000^
Poland (ZPAV)[74] Gold 10,000*
Portugal (AFP)[75] Platinum 20,000^
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[76] Gold 30,000^
Sweden (GLF)[77] Gold 20,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[78] Gold 15,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[79] 3× Platinum 1,000,700^
United States (RIAA)[9] Platinum 1,000,000[80]
Summaries
Europe (IFPI)[81] Platinum 1,000,000*

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Singles[edit]

The new single, "What Do You Got?" hit radio airwaves globally August 26, 2010 and was released as a digital download on September 21, 2010. The band later confirmed that "No Apologies" will be a single. It was released on October 22, 2010 on the band website. A music video was made while performing in Australia. "This Is Our House" was released as a promo single.

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format
Germany October 29, 2010[82] Universal Music CD, Double disc, Digital download
Japan November 3, 2010[3] CD, Double disc, Digital download, SHM-CD
Taiwan November 12, 2010[3] CD, Double disc, Digital download, SHM-CD
Australia November 5, 2010[2] CD, Double disc, Digital download
United Kingdom November 1, 2010[83] Mercury Records
United States November 9, 2010[84][85] Island Records
Canada Universal Music

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