Jon Bon Jovi has recorded commentaries outlining the meanings or backgrounds behind the songs on This House Is Not For Sale. The commentaries only cover the songs on the standard version of the album though, not the bonus tracks.
"Scars on this Guitar" is one of my favourite songs from Bon Jovi's This House Is Not For Sale album, and the music video for it has just been released on TIDAL. It features a lot of shots of Jon alone with a guitar, interspersed with concert/tour footage. Phil X is included in those shots, but so is our old mate Richie Sambora.
If my timezone conversions are correct, Bon Jovi's new album This House Is Not For Sale should now have been officially released around the world. I pre-ordered it on iTunes so I like to think I contributed to it going to #1 on iTunes Australia, albeit briefly. (At my last check, it was still #2 though.) I also pre-ordered a CD from Japan that's been shipped, so I'm waiting for its arrival.
Having listened to the album several times now, I think my favourite tracks are "Living With the Ghost", "Roller Coaster", "Real Love", and "Scars on this Guitar". But I'm enjoying the album as a whole, probably a lot more than I ever expected to after feeling somewhat deflated about What About Now and Burning Bridges (though they both have their moments).
"Come On Up To Our House" is the latest Bon Jovi music video (after "Knockout" and "Labor of Love") to be released as a TIDAL exclusive. John Shanks appears alongside the rest of the band in this video.