Thursday, September 30, 2010

Greatest Hits / Ultimate Collection tracklists

I posted/linked to the North American and Japanese tracklists for the upcoming Greatest Hits and The Ultimate Collection about a fortnight ago but it looks like there are other international variations (The tracklist for Germany is here and it's the same as Australia's so I'm guessing Europe and New Zealand will get that tracklist too). There are a couple of additional songs outside of North America, but most of the differences are just in track order. Some 90s tracks that are only on the ultimate edition in the US have been moved to the standard version on international releases.

Here's a side-by-side comparison based on what we now know:

DISC 1 (Ultimate & Standard)
1. Livin’ On A Prayer
2. You Give Love a Bad Name
3. Runaway / In These Arms / It's My Life
4. Bad Medicine / Have a Nice Day
5. Born to Be My Baby / Wanted Dead or Alive
6. I’ll Be There For You / Bad Medicine
7. Lay Your Hands On Me / We Weren't Born to Follow
8. It’s My Life / I'll Be There For You
9. Always / Born to Be My Baby
10. Wanted Dead or Alive / Blaze of Glory
11. Blaze of Glory / Bed of Roses / Who Says You Can't Go Home
12. Who Says You Can’t Go Home (feat. Jennifer Nettles) / Who Says You Can't Go Home (rock version?) / Lay Your Hands on Me
13. Have a Nice Day / Always
14. We Weren’t Born to Follow / Runaway
15. What Do You Got? (new song) / Tokyo Road
16. No Apologies (new song) / What Do You Got?
17. No Apologies

DISC 2 (Ultimate Collection Only)
1. In These Arms / Runaway
2. Someday I’ll Be Saturday Night
3. Lost Highway
4. Keep The Faith / I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
5. When We Were Beautiful / In & Out of Love
6. Bed of Roses / Keep the Faith
7. This Ain’t a Love Song / When We Were Beautiful
8. These Days / Blaze of Glory / Bed of Roses
9. (You Want to) Make a Memory / This Ain't a Love Song
10. Blood on Blood / These Days
11. This is Love, This is Life (new song) / Make a Memory
12. The More Things Change (new song) / Blood on Blood
13. This is Love, This is Life
14. The More Things Change

I'm confused as to why there are no tracks from Bounce on any version. "Everyday" was a top 10 hit in several countries and I think even "Misunderstood" did okay here. And unless "This is Love" or "The More Things Change" is the same length as "Dry County", I'm sure there'd be room on that second disc. Even "In & Out of Love" is on the international releases and Jon has said he won't play that song ever again. "In & Out of Love" wasn't exactly a world beating smash hit either. Could Jon possibly hate Bounce even more than he hates 7800 Fahrenheit?

More on Bon Jovi movie

Details about the Bon Jovi concert movie are still scarce (I'm yet to find anything on Fathom Events) but apparently this is a teaser trailer:

And according to this site, the running order is:
1. Blood on Blood 6:11
2. We Weren't Born to Follow 4:59
3. You Give Love a Bad Name 3:42
4. Whole Lot Of Leavin' 4:31
5. Born to Be My Baby 5:11
6. Lost Highway 4:04
7. We Got It Going On 4:32
8. Have a Nice Day at 4:40
9. When We Were Beautiful 5:14
10. Superman Tonight 5:25
11. It's My Life 4:09
12. Make A Memory 4:33
13. Bed of Roses 8:05
14. Saturday Night 5:22
15. I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead 5:40
16. Who Says You Can’t Go Home 5:49
17. Keep the Faith 6:54
18. Wanted 6:10

Um, "Livin' on a Prayer" anyone? :/

There's some more information about showtimes and tickets for Americans at Moviefone.

Lima set list

Bon Jovi played Peru for the first time last night. I have to say, the sets have been pretty stagnant since the tour resumed. On the plus side, we're getting a lot of "Always", which ought to be a staple song anyway.

Blood On Blood
We Weren't Born To Follow
You Give Love A Bad Name
Whole Lot Of Leavin'
Born To Be My Baby
Lost Highway
In These Arms
Captain Crash & The Beauty Queen From Mars
We Got It Goin' On
Bad Medicine / Oh, Pretty Woman [Roy Orbison cover] /Shout! [Isley Brothers cover]
It's My Life
Lay Your Hands On Me [Richie Sambora on lead vocals]
I'll Be There For You
What Do You Got?
Have A Nice Day
Who Says You Can't Go Home
Keep The Faith

Wanted Dead Or Alive
Livin' On A Prayer

Check out the BJCT blog for videos as they come.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Bon Jovi nominated for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Well, it's official. I have fallen asleep and teleported to an insane alternate universe where Bon Jovi -- loathed for nearly three decades by the all-knowing all-mattering supreme being known as the Music Critic -- is nominated for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In fact, this strange universe is so disorienting that our pretty boy laughing stock band is even getting write-ups like this:
Beyond the numbers – over 120 million albums sold (more than 34 platinum titles cumulative in the U.S. alone), more than 2,600 concerts performed in over 50 countries for more than 34 million fans, including The Lost Highway World Tour, ranked as 2008’s #1 top-selling tour, and 2010’s 30-country, 135-show The Circle World Tour – there is also Bon Jovi’s enormous influence on innumerable young bands seeking to follow in their footsteps. Bon Jovi steadfastly follows their own instincts, ignoring obvious trends and providing a model for other bands and musicians just starting out on their careers.
Oh, how I wish I never had to wake up to the cold harsh reality of Bon Jovi being snubbed, derided and urinated on yet again!

But in all serious, Bon Jovi has in fact been nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2011, in their third year of eligibility. We all know the Rock Hall doesn't really mean squat and that Bon Jovi won't actually be inducted this year, but it's still nice to get a spot of recognition.

The other 2011 nominees (including some who should already be there and others whose contribution to rock is a bit questionable) are:
  • Alice Cooper
  • Beastie Boys
  • Chic
  • Neil Diamond
  • Donovan
  • Dr. John
  • J. Geils Band
  • LL Cool J
  • Darlene Love
  • Laura Nyro
  • Donna Summer
  • Joe Tex
  • Tom Waits
  • Chuck Willis

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Bon Jovi: The Circle tour movie

Apparently Bon Jovi live from New Jersey's Meadowlands Stadium will screen in select cinemas on November 8, the night before the Greatest Hits is released in North America. See the trailer below or at this link.

BTW, the phrase "one night only" is trademarked? :/

Facebook messages and touring Peru

Some new video messages from the band, recorded during the filming of "What Do You Got" have been posted on Bon Jovi's Facebook page:

Speaking of video, here's an interview with Jon and Richie about the upcoming (September 29) show in Lima, Peru, recording in Spanish and being a "parrot". Cheers to Hath and Queenie for the heads-up.

I don't suppose anyone can translate the rest of the story? :)

Monday, September 27, 2010

What Do You Got + I'll Be There For You in Mexico

Bon Jovi played "What Do You Got?" live for the first time at P.C. Richard & Son Theater but the Greatest Hits lead single made its proper tour debut in Mexico City on September 24, 2010.

I noticed a lot of fans were pleasantly surprised when "What Do You Got" debuted, but that was in quite an intimate setting. Do you think the song still works in a bigger venue like a stadium?

And here's a video of "I'll Be There For You" from the same show, with extended outtro/ad libs. It's from the second tier so not the greatest footage, but the sound is pretty good -- I'm listening to it through headphones. If you like, you can close your eyes and pretend you're at the gig.

San Jose set list

EDIT: Two songs longer than what was initially tweeted but still only 21 songs for Bon Jovi's Costa Rican adventure.

Blood on Blood
We Weren't Born to Follow
You Give Love a Bad Name
Whole Lot of Leavin'
Born to Be My Baby
Lost Highway
Captain Crash and the Beauty Queen from Mars
We Got It Going On
Bad Medicine / Oh, Pretty Woman [Roy Orbison cover] / Shout! [Isley Brothers cover]
It's My Life
Lay Your Hands On Me [Richie Sambora on lead vocals]
I'll Be There For You
What Do You Got?
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Work for the Working Man
Who Says You Can't Go Home
Keep the Faith

Wanted Dead or Alive
Livin' on a Prayer

Check out Hath's Circle Tour Blog for videos as they come.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Mexico City set list

Bon Jovi are back on the road and in Mexico for the first time in a decade. It was a fairly "safe" start to the leg but "Always" was in the set and "What Do You Got" made its proper tour debut.

Blood On Blood
We Weren't Born To Follow
You Give Love A Bad Name
Whole Lot of Leavin'
Born To Be My Baby
Lost Highway
When We Were Beautiful
Captain Crash & The Beauty Queen From Mars
We Got It Going On
Bad Medicine / Oh, Pretty Woman [Roy Orbison cover]
It's My Life
Lay Your Hands On Me [Richie Sambora on lead vocals]
I'll Be There For You
What Do You Got?
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Work For The Working Man
Who Says You Can't Go Home
Keep the Faith

Wanted Dead Or Alive
Livin' On A Prayer

Visit BJCT for videos as they come.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Jon Bon Jovi interview with Today

Richard Wilkins from The Today Show in Australia interviewed Jon in the lead-up to the Greatest Hits' release. Jon talks about touring, staying relevant, marriage, and the acting career that died with Pucked. Watch the video at this link.

What Do You Got video on YouTube

For anyone who had problems watching the "What Do You Got?" music video on or anyone who wants to watch it again, it's now on YouTube. The quality is significantly better too, I might add. ;)

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

What Do You Got, This Is Our House, Spurs and EMAs

The new "What Do You Got" video is now streaming on It's really quite cheesy, focusing on a celebrity couple who seem to have it all but obviously "ain't got love"... but I actually kind of liked it. I was expecting the couple to rush into each other's arms at the end to complete the cliche and it didn't happen, so maybe Bon Jovi's got a few surprises up its sleeve after all. ;) According to Jon, the video was shot in 3D. is also streaming the new CBS promo featuring "This Is Our House". This appears to be where the video that Bon Jovi shot in Regina has ended up.

Speaking of videos, here's one that's been doing the rounds a bit. James Swanswick asking Jon about Tottenham Hotspur, and Jon humourously demonstrating his lack of soccer/football knowledge:

Meanwhile, Bon Jovi has been nominated for Best Live Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2010. You can vote for them here. (The other nominees are Kings of Leon, Lady Gaga, Linkin Park and Muse, so our boys are up against stiff competition).

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Listen to a preview of No Apologies

A 30-second snippet of "No Apologies", the fourth new song from Bon Jovi's Greatest Hits is now streaming on their Facebook page. Click on the BandPage tab or listen to it here.

These are the lyrics I heard:
Push your luck, say your prayers
Make believe you don't care
Take a chance, sometimes it's all you need
No apologies
No apologies (no apologies)
We will not back down (no apologies)
We are not afraid (no apologies)
Not a drop of doubt (no apologies)
We're definitely seeing a thematic pattern here aren't we. :P

You can also preview the other new songs on Facebook. I transcribed the lyrics to "This Is Love, This Is Life" and "The More Things Change" in this post. Meanwhile, "What Do You Got?" made its live debut last night and the lyrics are here.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Live debut of What Do You Got

Bon Jovi performed their new single "What Do You Got" for the first time during an intimate concert at P.C. Richard & Son Theater overnight (September 16, 2010).

What do you think?

There's a recap of the show at the PC Richard blog.

The set list was as follows:

Who Says You Can’t Go Home
We Weren’t Born To Follow
You Give Love a Bad Name
Lost Highway
What Do You Got?
It’s My Life
When We Were Beautiful
Work for the Working Man
Wanted Dead or Alive
Livin’ on a Prayer

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Preview new Greatest Hits tracks

Bon Jovi's Facebook page now has 30-second previews of "This Is Love, This Is Life" and "The More Things Change" from The Ultimate Collection/Greatest Hits. Listen to them at this link.

Here are the lyrics from the snippets as far as I can hear...

We ain't got much but what we got is all that matters
We're pickin' up the pieces, tryin' to put 'em back where they belong
Ohh, it's gonna be alright
This is love, this is life
When times get tough we're still worth the fight
This is love, this is life


I tell you one more time with feeling
Even though this world is reeling
You're still you and I'm still me
I didn't mean to cause a scene
But I guess it's time to roll up our sleeves
The more things change the more they stay the same
The same sunrise, it's just another day
If you hang in long enough they say you're coming back
Just take a look, we're living proof and baby...

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Greatest Hits and Ultimate Collection tracklist

The tracklist for Bon Jovi's upcoming Greatest Hits and The Ultimate Collection according to Island Def Jam (where you can also pre-order the album and get an mp3 of "This Is Our House"):

DISC 1 (Ultimate & Standard)

1. Livin’ On A Prayer
2. You Give Love a Bad Name
3. Runaway
4. Bad Medicine
5. Born to Be My Baby
6. I’ll Be There For You
7. Lay Your Hands On Me
8. It’s My Life
9. Always
10. Wanted Dead or Alive
11. Blaze of Glory
12. Who Says You Can’t Go Home (duet featuring Jennifer Nettles)
13. Have a Nice Day
14. We Weren’t Born to Follow
15. What Do You Got? (new song)
16. No Apologies (new song)

DISC 2 (Ultimate Collection Only)

1. In These Arms
2. Someday I’ll Be Saturday Night
3. Lost Highway
4. Keep The Faith
5. When We Were Beautiful
6. Bed of Roses
7. This Ain’t a Love Song
8. These Days
9. (You Want to) Make a Memory
10. Blood on Blood
11. This is Love This is Life (New Song)
12. The More Things Change (New Song)

In summary:
  • 13 of the 28 tracks were on Cross Road.
  • "Born to Be My Baby" and "Living in Sin" were both top 10 hits that were left off Cross Road. "Born to Be My Baby" is now in but "Living in Sin" is still out in the cold. Interesting (though not entirely surprising I guess) given certain other inclusions are only "greatest hits" in Jon's Fairyland, changes in the music industry notwithstanding.
  • The only 90s songs on the first disc or single disc edition are "Always" and "Blaze of Glory" -- nothing from the band's studio albums that decade. "Runaway" is the only song from the first two albums.
  • Bounce and 7800 Fahrenheit are not represented.

A tracklist for the Japanese edition has also been posted on CD Japan. Apparently it includes "Tokyo Road", "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" and "In and Out of Love". You can pre-order this version too.

Behinds the Scenes with Bon Jovi's tour photographer

Check out Fstoppers' behind the scenes video with tour photographer David Bergman as he shoots Bon Jovi. The video is available on Vimeo and YouTube.

You can read about the making of the video at FStoppers, check out David Bergman's blog and view more of his Bon Jovi photos.

Fstoppers Original: David Bergman Photographs Bon Jovi from FStoppers on Vimeo.

Friday, September 10, 2010

What Do You Got on Grey's Anatomy + Greatest Hits tracks so far

"What Do You Got" is being used in a promotional video for Grey's Anatomy in Canada. Click here to watch it.

As a side note, this now means that two of my favourite bands (the other being The Fray) have been used to promote this show, which I have still never watched. :P

As for the Greatest Hits tracklist, these are the songs that have been revealed so far on Facebook:
Lay Your Hands on Me
Blaze of Glory
Who Says You Can't Go Home
Have a Nice Day
We Weren't Born to Follow
Livin' on a Prayer
It's My Life
Wanted Dead or Alive
You Give Love a Bad Name
Bad Medicine
Born to Be My Baby
I'll Be There For You

That's 14 songs and disc one is meant to have 16 including two new tracks, so presumably this is the track list for the first disc minus "What Do You Got" and the other new song. That would mean "Always" is the only song from the 90s on there. I suggested last month that the single disc might be a US-oriented Greatest Hits, with the two disc edition paying more attention to the hits that were bigger internationally, but it's still disappointing if they've ignored both their 90s studio albums on the main version.

Q104.3 show, Gulf Shore tickets, Sex Drugs and Bon Jovi reviews

Bon Jovi is playing an intimate concert for listeners of New York radio station Q104.3 on Thursday, September 16 at P.C. Richard & Son Theater. Click here for more details and to enter the contest to win tickets.

There's also ticket information in this news report about the Alabama Gulf Shores gig with Bon Jovi and Brad Paisley.

And finally, a couple of reviews of "Sex, Drugs and Bon Jovi" by Richard Bozzett. One is by Bob Lefsetz, who's had a few cracks at Bon Jovi before and certainly doesn't mince his words here:
what broke up the band after "New Jersey" was money. Because Jon thought it was all about him. And the four others were getting screwed.

You pay your dues, work ultra hard, but eventually you want yours. Do you get it?

Rich never got his 5%. If only he had a lawyer. But did he have an educated father, did he grow up in an environment where people said it was wise to pay a little now to make a lot later? I doubt it.

Then again, Jon’s wife-to-be, Dorothea, was afraid to order room service in the early days, for fear Jon would become incensed over the expenditure. I’ve got to give Jon credit. How many acts have started off broke and ended up broke because they didn’t know the value of a dollar.

This book is horribly written. It’s one man’s viewpoint.

But I know it’s true.
Read the full article here.

Kimberly Nicoletti also reviewed the book for Summit Daily:
“Sex, Drugs & Bon Jovi” is an interesting look into the rock lifestyle, but it's a bit of a misnomer. With a name like that, you'd expect the book to delve into all kinds of juicy secrets about Bon Jovi.

Instead, as told by tour manager Rich Bozzett, it's more of a defense against how Bon Jovi only used drugs — amphetamines and downers like Valium specifically — because he “had to,” being it was the one way to deliver the energetic concerts he wanted to, to his fans. While other band members did cocaine, Bozzett and Jovi were busy being musicians — and taking care of the details of that business (giving interviews, etc.) before, after and during shows.
Read the full review here.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Greatest Hits album cover revealed on

Behold the album cover of Bon Jovi's upcoming Greatest Hits. It's been great to see the vintage "Bon Jovi" font back on "What Do You Got" and now this, after a 15-year absence. It might be a one-off for the Greatest Hits singles and album, but I hope not.

The heart and dagger logo seems to have had a few mixed responses on but I love it personally. Although I'm not 100% sold on the gold colour yet. What do you think? has also posted a photo of Brazilian model Michelle Alves modelling a new Greatest Hits T-shirt as Jon looks on.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Garageland and Miss 4th of July up on

As we move into the final themed week on, a couple of treats have been released, both live from London's O2 arena. I'm now almost certain the whole "70 songs at the O2" thing was planned specifically to provide content for the current tour hiatus.

Anyway, watch the video of "Garageland" on the official videos page. I love this track; it should have been on Crush (I would probably have dropped "She's a Mystery" or "Save the World").

And another one of my favourite box set tracks... Listen to "Miss Fourth of July" and get the MP3 at this link.

Facebook, Greatest Hits, JBJ Soul Foundation

Posted to Bon Jovi's official pages on Twitter and Facebook:
For every 10,000 new people who "like" our page we will reveal a new track that will be on our Greatest Hits album! Check out what's already revealed under the "BandPage" tab and get your friends to join our page! The faster people join, the faster we will reveal! Also- the brand new songs will have a 30 second sneak peak so click that "like" button!

According to this page on the Spanish Bon Jovi site, there'll be 30 tracks altogether on The Ultimate Collection (two disc version of the Greatest Hits) in their region, which is two more than the 28 announced for the US version. An Australian radio station also announced 30 tracks for The Ultimate Collection last month. And this Universal Music Japan site says the Japanese edition will have 32 songs. So it sounds like there'll be at least a couple of international variations.

Bon Jovi (or their social media managers) are also encouraging fans to "like" the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation page. Jon posted this message yesterday:
dear all.
I have just been informed that the Soul Foundation Page has just hit 20,000 members. Thanks for checking in. For the last 6 years we have been chipping away at the issue of homelessness and affordable housing. Having provided 260 places people can call HOME. thanks to you and so many like you we are making a ...difference . One Soul at a time..jbj

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Jon Bon Jovi with Southside Johnny

Jon Bon Jovi joined Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes to perform "Talk to Me" on September 3, 2010 at the Stephen Talkhouse. The video quality isn't too hot but this is still pretty awesome. Love the banter.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Bon Jovi to play free Alabama Gulf Coast gig

This is the press release from
September 1, 2010

GULF SHORES, AL – September 1, 2010 – Two of the biggest names in music will use their star power to help bring attention and tourists back to the Alabama Gulf Coast. The two free concerts on the beach are slated for the weekend of October 15th-17th in Gulf Shores, Alabama, with Bon Jovi performing on Friday, October 15th and Brad Paisley performing on Sunday, October 17th. These two shows signify the next installments of Alabama’s “Concerts For The Coast” event series.

The shows, which are FREE to the public, will be ticketed events. Tickets will be available through Gulf Shores and Orange Beach lodging partners starting Wednesday, September 8th. For a list of accommodations offering reservation packages with free tickets, visit

A limited number of tickets will be available for local distribution to area residents on Saturday, September 11th. A valid government issued photo ID is required and there is a 2-ticket limit per person available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Details are available on the website

“We are thrilled to announce the addition of these two concerts that will enhance an exciting weekend that already features the return of our powerboat races,” said Herb Malone, president/CEO of Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism. “We are extremely pleased that fans will have a weekend filled with exciting race action and capped off with two nights of phenomenal beachside music."

“Bring your beach blanket and enjoy two incredible concerts on the pristine white sandy beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama,” says Mayor Robert Craft.

Known for their beautiful beaches and beach-town vibes, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Alabama have quickly become a destination to see blockbuster concert events. This past May, Gulf Shores hosted the Hangout Beach Music and Arts Festival - attracting over 50 bands and thousands of fans. The Concerts from the Coast series kicked-off with Jimmy Buffett & Friends: Live from The Gulf Coast on July 11th. The event hosted 35,000 fans on Gulf Shores' public beach. The series continues with a performance by Hank Williams Jr. and Gretchen Wilson on September 25th at The Wharf in Orange Beach. This concert series was created to offer much-needed economic support to the troubled gulf area, drawing visitors from around the country and stimulating the local economy damaged by the oil spill.

Musically, Bon Jovi has set the bar for more than two decades as one of the most successful rock bands in the world. Globally, they have sold more than 120 million albums and performed more than 2,600 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 34 million fans. The band's 2005 album, Have a Nice Day, featured the Grammy Award-winning song, “Who Says You Can't Go Home,” and fueled one of the top-selling tours of 2005, according to Billboard Magazine. Bon Jovi's most recent album, The Circle, debuted at No. 1 in the US and around the world. BON JOVI GREATEST HITS will be released on Nov. 9 and will include the band's biggest chart-toppers, "It's My Life," "Livin' On A Prayer," "Always," "Wanted Dead or Alive," and many more classics, as well as the lead single "What Do You Got." Philanthropically, Jon Bon Jovi's work honors the spirit of America and salutes the principals that define our nation. Mr Bon Jovi is Chairman of the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing about positive change and helping the lives of those in need "one Soul at a time." The Soul Foundation is a pioneer in combating issues that force families and individuals into economic despair and has provided affordable housing for hundreds of low-income individuals and families.

Country music superstar Brad Paisley is a consummate singer, songwriter, guitarist and entertainer, which has earned him three GRAMMY’s, 13 Academy of Country Music Awards and 13 Country Music Association Awards. Paisley has released eight critically acclaimed studio albums and has accumulated sales of over 11 million units. His most recent album, American Saturday Night, was ranked as TIME magazine’s 2009 #1 album of the year in any genre of music. Paisley’s most recent #1 single, “Water,” was his 17th #1 – the last 13 consecutive. Paisley’s innovative and entertaining tours have consistently placed in the Top 5 in Pollstar for attendance and his current H2O World Tour has played to over 600,000 fans in just 3 months. His next album, Hits Alive, will include original studio tracks as well as live tracks from his concerts and will be released Nov. 2.

Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism present performances by Bon Jovi and Brad Paisley in cooperation with the Cities of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach and the Alabama Tourism Department.

For more information, please visit

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Lost Highway and Story Of My Life up on

As part of the themed weeks on, a video of "Lost Highway" from London's O2 Arena and audio of "Story of My Life" from the vaults (not sure which show) have been released on the official videos and audio pages.

Watch the video of "Lost Highway" here. I'm not a Lost Highway hater by any means, but I have to say the "rock" version of this song is pretty cool.

Listen to "Story of My Life" at this link (or get the mp3 here).