Bon Jovi discography

American hard rock band Bon Jovi has released fourteen studio albums, three live albums, five compilation albums, five EP, sixty-six singles, fourteen video albums, and seventy-one music videos. With over 130 million records sold worldwide, Bon Jovi is one of the best-selling bands of all time.[1] Album sales in the Unites States during the Nielsen Soundscan era (1991–2015) stood at 21,8 million copies sold.[2] The group's first commercial release was the single "Runaway" from its eponymous debut (1984), which had a modest success in the US. Its sophomore album 7800° Fahrenheit (1985) achieved bigger success than its predecessor being the band's first album to be certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipping 500,000 copies in the US.[3]

Bon Jovi discography
Full view of four men performing on stage which is lit by aqua-coloured lights. The most central man, dressed in mostly black, stands with his left arm reached over his head and his right arm holding out a microphone stand towards the front of the stage. A second man wearing a black tank top and maroon pants stands to the left playing his black and white guitar. Behind him is the third man with long, curly, blonde hair, suiting all black playing the keyboard. In the upper right corner is the upper body of a fourth man behind a drum kit.
Bon Jovi in concert, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Studio albums15
Live albums3
Compilation albums5
Video albums14
Music videos71
Singles66
Box set albums1
Extended plays5

Bon Jovi achieved widespread global recognition with its third album Slippery When Wet (1986), which remains Bon Jovi's best-selling album to date with over 28 million copies sold worldwide.[4] It reached number one in Australia, Canada, and the US, where it spent eight weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 and was certified 12× Platinum by the RIAA.[5] The album's first two singles "You Give Love a Bad Name" and "Livin' on a Prayer" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[6] Bon Jovi's fourth album New Jersey (1988) achieved similar global success, producing five top-10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, of which "Bad Medicine" and "I'll Be There for You" topped the chart.[6]

Keep the Faith (1992) marked a change in the band's appearance and sound, eschewing the glam metal from its 1980s albums in a favor of a more mature hard rock sound.[7] The album debuted at number one in the UK and Australia, cracked the top 5 in the US and was certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA for shipping two million copies in the United States. The ballad "Bed of Roses" peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the album's title track hit number one on the Mainstream Rock Tracks.[8] The greatest hits album Cross Road (1994) debuted at number one and was the best-selling album in United Kingdom for 1994. "Always", the first of the compilation's two new tracks, spent six months in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, was certified platinum in the US and became Bon Jovi's highest selling single.[9]

These Days (1995) was the group's first release after the departure of bassist Alec John Such. The record was a commercial success in the Asian and European markets, debuting at number one in the UK and spending four consecutive weeks at the top.[10] In Japan, the album topped the Oricon chart with first week sales of 379,000 copies, becoming the second fastest selling international album in chart's history.[11] Its lead single "This Ain't a Love Song" reached number 14 in the US and number six in the UK. Crush (2000) became the band's sixth and fifth consecutive number one album in Australia and the United Kingdom, respectively, and reached 2× Platinum in the US.[3] The success of the album was largely due to its lead single "It's My Life" which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group, while the album was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2001 ceremony.[12]

Bounce (2002) and Have a Nice Day (2005) debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, Bon Jovi's highest debuts in the band's 20-year history up to that point.[13] The lead single "Have a Nice Day" was an international hit, reaching the top 10 in Australia, Europe and the UK. The second single "Who Says You Can't Go Home" reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs after being remixed into a country duet with Jennifer Nettles.[8] With success of the single, Bon Jovi was the first rock band to have reached the top spot on both the rock and country Billboard chart.[14] The song's success inspired the Nashville-influenced tenth studio record Lost Highway (2007). The album debuted at number one in the US, making it the band's first number one in its home country since the late eighties.[15] Although the album achieved great success, including a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album,[16] the band returned to its rock roots with the eleventh studio album The Circle (2009), which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.[15] The lead singles from both albums "(You Want to) Make a Memory" and "We Weren't Born to Follow" received Grammy nominations for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.[16][17]

The second greatest hits album Greatest Hits (2010) was released as a single-disc version and as an enhanced double-disc version which features four new songs. It performed well in Australia, reaching 3× platinum in two months.[18] The album's first single was "What Do You Got?" and its accompanying music video was the first Bon Jovi music video to be filmed in 3D.[19] What About Now (2013) was the band's fifth release to reach the top of the Billboard 200, debuting at number one. Its lead single "Because We Can" was released two months before the album. This was followed by a fan compilation album Burning Bridges (2015), which failed to enter the top 10 on the Billboard 200. This House Is Not for Sale (2016) debuted at number one in the US with sales mostly driven by a concert ticket promotion.[20] The album returned to the top spot two years later thanks to another concert tour, as the album was included in the ticket price.[21]

AlbumsEdit

Studio albumsEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US
[15]
AUS
[22]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[24]
FIN
[25]
GER
[26]
JPN
[27]
NL
[28]
SWE
[29]
SWI
[30]
UK
[31]
Bon Jovi
  • Released: January 21, 1984
  • Label: Mercury
43 39 18 38 71
  • World: 3,500,000[35]
7800° Fahrenheit
  • Released: March 27, 1985
  • Label: Mercury
37 30 6 40 5 10 11 28
  • World: 3,000,000[36]
Slippery When Wet
  • Released: August 18, 1986
  • Label: Mercury
1 1 2 1 1 11 10 5 3 1 6
  • World: 28,000,000[43]
New Jersey
  • Released: September 19, 1988
  • Label: Mercury
1 1 5 1 2 4 2 73 1 1 1
  • World: 18,000,000[36]
Keep the Faith
  • Released: November 3, 1992
  • Label: Mercury
5 1 2 8 1 2 3 3 3 3 1
  • World: 12,000,000[49]
These Days
  • Released: June 27, 1995
  • Label: Mercury
9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1
  • World: 10,000,000[52]
Crush
  • Released: June 13, 2000
  • Label: Island
9 1 1 4 1 1 2 1 2 1 1
  • US: 2× Platinum[3]
  • AUS: Platinum[53]
  • AUT: Platinum[44]
  • CAN: 2× Platinum[32]
  • FIN: Platinum[38]
  • GER: 2× Platinum[39]
  • JPN: 3× Platinum[54]
  • NLD: Platinum[47]
  • SPA: 2× Platinum[41]
  • SWI: 3× Platinum[55]
  • UK: Platinum[34]
  • World: 11,000,000[56]
Bounce
  • Released: October 8, 2002
  • Label: Island
2 5 3 3 2 2 3 2 4 2 2
  • World: 5,000,000[36]
Have a Nice Day
  • Released: September 20, 2005
  • Label: Island
2 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 3 1 2
  • World: 6,000,000[36]
Lost Highway
  • Released: June 19, 2007
  • Label: Island
1 2 1 1 3 1 1 1 4 1 2
  • World: 4,000,000[36]
The Circle
  • Released: November 10, 2009
  • Label: Island
1 4 2 1 6 1 1 4 9 1 2
  • World: 3,000,000[75]
What About Now
  • Release: March 8, 2013
  • Label: Island
1 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 1 3 2
  • World: 1,500,000[78]
Burning Bridges
  • Released: August 21, 2015
  • Label: Mercury
13 3 1 4 9 1 3 2 25 2 3
This House Is Not for Sale
  • Released: November 4, 2016
  • Label: Island
1 1 1 3 10 3 1 8 10 2 5
Bon Jovi: 2020[81]
  • Released: TBD
  • Label: Island
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or was not released.

Live albumsEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US
[15]
AUS
[22]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[24]
FIN
[25]
GER
[26]
JPN
[27]
NL
[28]
SWE
[29]
SWI
[30]
UK
[31]
One Wild Night Live 1985–2001
  • Released: May 22, 2001
  • Label: Island
20 6 2 4 4 3 99 2 7 1 2
  • World: 2,000,000[83]
Inside Out
  • Released: November 27, 2012
  • Label: Island
196
This House Is Not for Sale – Live from the London Palladium
  • Released: December 16, 2016[84]
  • Label: Island
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or was not released.

Compilation albumsEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US
[15]
AUS
[22]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[24]
FIN
[25]
GER
[26]
JPN
[27]
NL
[28]
SWE
[29]
SWI
[30]
UK
[31]
Hard & Hot
  • Released: December 2, 1991
  • Label: PolyGram
  • Australian release only
44
Cross Road
  • Released: October 10, 1994
  • Label: Mercury
8 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1
  • US: 4× Platinum[3]
  • AUS: 11× Platinum[85]
  • AUT: 3× Platinum[44]
  • CAN: 10× Platinum[32]
  • EU: 8× Platinum[86]
  • FIN: 2× Platinum[38]
  • GER: 2× Platinum[39]
  • JPN: Million[87]
  • NLD: 2× Platinum[47]
  • SPA: 4× Platinum[41]
  • SWI: 3× Platinum[88]
  • UK: 6× Platinum[34]
Tokyo Road: Best of Bon Jovi
  • Released: March 28, 2001
  • Label: Universal
  • Japan release only
5
  • JPN: 2× Platinum[92]
This Left Feels Right
  • Released: November 4, 2003
  • Label: Island
14 11 2 5 18 3 5 6 23 3 4
  • World: 1,500,000[95]
Greatest Hits
  • Released: November 29, 2010
  • Label: Island
5 1 2 1 6 2 2 3 1 3 2

Box setsEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US
[15]
AUT
[23]
CAN GER
[26]
JPN
[27]
NL
[28]
UK
[105]
100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong
  • Released: November 16, 2004
  • Label: Island
53 50 48 37 13 40 90
  • World: 1,000,000[36]

Extended playsEdit

Title Year Notes
Live On Tour EP 1987
  • Released only in Australia where it charted at #21.
Live from Osaka 2000
  • Reissue available with the bonus version of Crush in Japan and Australasia.[107] Charted at #36 in Japan.[27]
The Love Songs 2001
  • A very rare bonus CD, available only on Valentine's Day with purchases of the studio album Crush. Contains five Bon Jovi love ballads; "Thank You for Loving Me", "Bed of Roses", "Always", "I'll Be There for You" and "Never Say Goodbye".[108]
Bon Jovi – Target EP 2003
  • US-only Target exclusively released mini-album with demos and live recordings of tracks from Bounce and Crush era. Only available at Target retail stores for a limited time.[109]
Live from the Have a Nice Day Tour 2006
  • A six-track live promo album, sold exclusively at Walmart stores in the US.[110]

SinglesEdit

1980sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[111]
AUS
[22]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[112]
FIN
[25]
GER
[113]
IRE
[114]
NLD
[28]
SWE
[29]
SWI
[30]
UK
[31]
"Runaway" 1984 39 105 23 Bon Jovi
"She Don't Know Me" 48
"Burning for Love"[A]
"Only Lonely" 1985 54 7800° Fahrenheit
"In and Out of Love" 69
"The Hardest Part Is the Night" 68
"Silent Night"
"You Give Love a Bad Name" 1986 1 32 25 2 8 21 2 14 14 Slippery When Wet
"Livin' on a Prayer" 1 3 1 10 20 4 4 2 12 4
"Wanted Dead or Alive" 1987 7 13 17 47 6 20 13
"Never Say Goodbye" [B] 26 4 59 21
"Bad Medicine" 1988 1 4 5 12 54 10 10 20 14 17 New Jersey
"Born to Be My Baby" 3 30 8 54 7 25 22
"I'll Be There for You" 1989 1 23 2 67 6 22 15 18
"Lay Your Hands on Me" 7 23 17 8 47 16 18
"Living in Sin" 9 64 19 17 20 35
"—" denotes the single failed to chart or was not released.

"*" in the absence of RPM data, Canadian figures were taken from Soundscan sales/The Record airplay data.

1990sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[111]
AUS
[22]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[112]
FIN
[25]
GER
[113]
IRE
[114]
NLD
[28]
SWE
[29]
SWI
[30]
UK
[31]
"Keep the Faith" 1992 29 10 17 5 3 8 5 9 7 3 5 Keep the Faith
"Bed of Roses" 1993 10 10 2 18 10 15 9 27 9 13
"In These Arms" 27 10 20 6 14 10 7 23 9
"I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" 97 24 19 47 20 14 17 35 17
"I Believe" 40 49 25 32 34 11
"Dry County" 1994 31 26 6 41 18 19 35 10 9
"Please Come Home for Christmas"[C] 20 6 7 single only
"Always" 4 2 3 1 3 4 1 2 2 1 2 Cross Road
"Someday I'll Be Saturday Night" 1995 10 18 4 37 6 17 11 7
"This Ain't a Love Song" 14 4 6 2 1 9 5 3 12 4 6 These Days
"Something for the Pain"[D] 76 14 36 19 4 51 8 14 33 10 8
"Lie to Me"[D] 88 20 20 20 9 46 11 16 44 20 10
"These Days" 1996 38 61 22 45 31 7
"Hey God" 18 21 27 13
"Real Life" 1999 52 17 52 17 36 22 21 EDtv OST
"—" denotes the single failed to chart or not released

2000sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[111]
AUS
[22]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[112]
FIN
[25]
GER
[113]
IRE
[114]
NLD
[28]
SWE
[29]
SWI
[30]
UK
[31]
"It's My Life" 2000 33 5 1 17 6 2 5 1 2 1 3 Crush
"Say It Isn't So" 9 22 35 16 24 35 58 10
"Thank You for Loving Me" 57 34 14 19 25 19 24 46 26 12
"One Wild Night (2001)" 2001 35 19 10 25 21 17 32 31 10 One Wild Night Live 1985–2001
"Wanted Dead or Alive (Live)"[E] 45 26
"Everyday" 2002 118 5 9 1 3 7 11 6 6 6 5 Bounce
"Bounce"[A]
"Misunderstood" 106 33 37 19 35 37 27 39 57 21
"All About Lovin' You" 2003 31 27 21 16 17 38 33 9
"The Distance"[A]
"Wanted Dead or Alive (2003)" This Left Feels Right
"It's My Life (2003)"[E] 17 45 16
"Have a Nice Day" 2005 53 8 7 7 8 7 18 5 2 10 6 Have a Nice Day
"Who Says You Can't Go Home"
(country version featuring Jennifer Nettles)[F]
23 36 54 30 33 57 5
"Welcome to Wherever You Are" 2006 36 40 23 25 46 19
"(You Want To) Make a Memory" 2007 27 3 4 9 5 9 5 33 Lost Highway
"Lost Highway" 41 39 36 117
"Till We Ain't Strangers Anymore"
(featuring LeAnn Rimes)
123 39
"Summertime"[G] 39
"Whole Lot of Leavin'" 2008 22 41
"We Weren't Born to Follow" 2009 68 62 4 29 28 6 41 73 30 14 25 The Circle
"—" denotes the single failed to chart or not released

2010sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[111]
AUS
[22]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[112]
FIN
[25]
GER
[113]
IRE
[114]
NLD
[28]
SWE
[29]
SWI
[30]
UK
[31]
"Superman Tonight" 2010 44 26 The Circle
"When We Were Beautiful"
"What Do You Got?" 102 30 23 23 127 Greatest Hits
"No Apologies" 2011
"This Is Our House"
"Because We Can" 2013 106 56 21 37 14 37 55 36 34 38 What About Now
"What About Now"
"We Don't Run" 2015 Burning Bridges
"Saturday Night Gave Me Sunday
Morning"
54 98
"This House Is Not for Sale" 2016 81 43 85 130 This House Is Not for Sale
"Knockout"
"Labor of Love"
"Born Again Tomorrow"
"When We Were Us" 2018 This House Is Not for Sale (Reissue)
"Walls"
"Unbroken" 2019 [A] Bon Jovi: 2020
"—" denotes the single failed to chart or not released

2020sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[111]
AUS
[22]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[112]
FIN
[25]
GER
[113]
IRE
[114]
NLD
[28]
SWE
[29]
SWI
[30]
UK
[31]
"Limitless" 2020 Bon Jovi: 2020

Other singlesEdit

Title Year Notes
"Breakout" 1984
  • An EP/Single featuring a live and studio version of "Breakout" along with a live version of "Runaway".[125]
"The Price of Love" 1985
  • A promo single released in Japan.
"Borderline" 1986
  • An EP/Single released alongside "Livin' on a Prayer" in Japan.[126]
"Let It Rock"
  • From the 1986 album Slippery When Wet. Single released as a 12" vinyl for promotional use only in UK.[127]
"I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas" 1993
  • Originally released as the B-side to the single "Keep the Faith" in 1992 and was included also as a B-side to the single"Please Come Home for Christmas". Since then, the song has been re-released as a holiday single in 1993, 2002 and 2011. The proceeds of the single go to the Special Olympics.[128][129]
"Cama De Rosas" 1993
  • The Spanish version of "Bed of Roses". Was released as a promo CD in both Spain and Mexico. It Appears on some international versions of the studio album Keep the Faith.[130]
"Good Guys Don't Always Wear White" 1994
  • From the 1994 soundtrack The Cowboy Way. Also appears as a B-side to the single "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night" and on the 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong box set. As well as appearing on The Cowboy Way soundtrack it was intended to be the lead single for the band's 1994 Best Of album 'Cross Road' but was pulled from the compilation and only released as a single-track promotional CD in the US.[131] The song features a music video.[132]
"Wedding Day" 1995
  • Originally appears as a B-side to the single "This Ain't a Love Song". Released as a promo CD only in Germany.[133]
"Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado" 1995
  • The Spanish version of "This Ain't a Love Song". It was released as a promo CD in Mexico and USA. Also appears on some South American versions of the studio album These Days.[134]
"Save the World" 2000
  • From the 2000 studio album Crush. Was released as a single-track promo CD in Japan.[135]
"Tokyo Road (Live)" 2001
  • Promo single released only in Japan to promote the Japan-only released compilation album Tokyo Road: Best of Bon Jovi. It was also included as a bonus disc on a limited edition of the album. The live version of "Tokyo Road" would later appear on the 2010 Special Edition of 7800° Fahrenheit.[136]
"Keep the Faith (2003 version)" 2003
  • The version of "Keep the Faith" from This Left Feels Right was released as a promo single in Spain.[137]
"I Want to Be Loved" 2005
  • From the 2005 album Have a Nice Day. Was released as a single-track promo CD in the US.[138]
"Work for the Working Man" 2009
  • From the 2009 studio album The Circle. Was released as a single-track promo CD in the Netherlands.[139]

Other charted songsEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US Airplay
[140]
AUT
[23]
CAN
[8]
UK
[141]
JAP
[142]
"Edge of a Broken Heart"[G] 1987 38 Disorderlies OST
"The Radio Saved My Life Tonight" (promo single) 2004 37 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong
"Hallelujah" (live) 2008 29 177 Lost Highway [single]
"The More Things Change"[G] 2011 37 Greatest Hits (Ultimate Collection)
"—" denotes the single was not released.

Notes:
A^ Released as a single only in Japan (except "Bounce", which was released as a promo single in US)
B^ As it had not been issued as a retail-available single in the US, "Never Say Goodbye" was not eligible to chart on the Billboard Hot 100;[143] however, it peaked at number 28 on the Hot 100 Airplay chart.[144]
C^ "Please Come Home for Christmas" was originally credited as a solo recording by Jon Bon Jovi when included on the Christmas compilation A Very Special Christmas 2 in 1992,
but when released as a single in the UK, Ireland and Europe in 1994 it was released under the band name.[145]
D^ "Something for the Pain" and "Lie to Me" were released and charted as a double A-side single in the US.[146]
E^ Released as a single only in Europe.
F^ The country version of "Who Says You Can't Go Home" with Jennifer Nettles peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.[8]
G^ Charted from airplay.
H^ Charted due to digital download sales.

VideosEdit

Live performancesEdit

Year Title Certifications
1993 Keep the Faith: An Evening with Bon Jovi
  • Released: February 1993
  • Label: Mercury
1995 Live From London
  • Released: November 1995
  • Label: Universal
2000 The Crush Tour
  • Released: December 4, 2000
  • Label: Mercury
2003 This Left Feels Right Live
  • Released: February 10, 2004
  • Label: Island
2007 Lost Highway: The Concert
  • Released: November 23, 2007
  • Label: Universal
2009 Live at Madison Square Garden
  • Released: November 20, 2009
  • Label: Island
"—" denotes the video did not reach gold or platinum status.

Video collectionsEdit

Year Title Certifications
1985 Breakout: Video Singles
  • Released: 1985
  • Label: Polygram
1987 Slippery When Wet: The Videos
  • Released: 1987
  • Label: Mercury
1989 New Jersey: The Videos
  • Released: 1989
  • Label: Polygram
1994 Keep the Faith: The Videos
  • Released: 1994
  • Label: Mercury
Cross Road: The Videos
  • Released: 1994
  • Label: Mercury
2010 Greatest Hits - The Ultimate Video Collection
  • Released: November 2010
  • Label: Island
  • AUS: 2× Platinum[151]
  • BRA Gold

DocumentariesEdit

Year Title Certification
1990 Access All Areas: A Rock & Roll Odyssey
  • Released: May 20, 1990
  • Label: Mercury
2009 When We Were Beautiful
  • Released: November 2009 (in cinemas)
  • Label: Mercury
"—" denotes the video is ineligible for certification.

Music videosEdit

Year Title Label[152] Director
1984 "Runaway" Mercury Michael Cuesta[153]
"She Don't Know Me" Mercury Martin Kahan[154]
1985 "In and Out of Love" Mercury
"Only Lonely" Mercury Jack Cole[155]
"Silent Night" Mercury Marcelo Epstein[156]
1986 "You Give Love a Bad Name" Mercury Wayne Isham[157][158]
"Livin' on a Prayer" Mercury
1987 "Wanted Dead or Alive" Mercury
"Never Say Goodbye" Mercury
"Wild in the Streets" Mercury
1988 "Bad Medicine" (original version) Mercury
"Bad Medicine" (fan-recorded version) Mercury
"Born to Be My Baby" Mercury
1989 "I'll Be There for You" Mercury
"Lay Your Hands on Me" Mercury
"Living in Sin" Mercury
"Blood on Blood" Mercury
1992 "Keep the Faith" Mercury Phil Joanou[159]
1993 "Bed of Roses" (short, extended and alternate versions) Mercury Wayne Isham[157]
"In These Arms" Mercury
"I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" Mercury Troy Smith[160]
"I Believe" Mercury Nick Egan[161]
1994 "If I Was Your Mother" Mercury Wayne Isham[162]
"Dry County" Mercury Nick Egan[161]
"Always" (original and alternate versions) Mercury Marty Callner[158]
"Please Come Home for Christmas" Mercury Herb Ritts[163]
"Someday I'll Be Saturday Night" Mercury Wayne Isham[157]
1995 "Good Guys Don't Always Wear White" Mercury
"This Ain't a Love Song" (original and alternate version) Mercury Andy Morahan[164]
"Something for the Pain" Mercury Marty Callner[158][165]
"Lie to Me" (original, alternate, extended and director's cut versions) Mercury
1996 "These Days" (original and alternate version) Mercury Steven Kirlys[166]
"Hey God" (short and extended versions) Mercury Matt Mahurin[167]
1999 "Real Life"[A] Mercury Wayne Isham[157]
2000 "It's My Life" Island
"Say It Isn't So" Island
"Thank You for Loving Me" Island
2001 "One Wild Night" Island Nancy Bardawil[168]
2002 "Everyday" Island Todd Kellstein[169]
"Misunderstood" Island Marc Klasfeld[170][171]
2003 "All About Lovin' You" Island
"Wanted Dead or Alive 2003" (also 2001 live version)[B] Island Anthony M. Bongiovi[172]
2005 "Have a Nice Day" Island Eric Hirshberg[173]
"Who Says You Can't Go Home" (original version) Island Jeff Labbe[158]
"Who Says You Can't Go Home" (Jennifer Nettles version) Island Anthony M. Bongiovi[174]
2006 "Welcome to Wherever You Are" Island Wayne Isham[157]
2007 "(You Want to) Make a Memory" Island Kevin Kerslake[175]
"Till We Ain't Strangers Anymore" Island Phil Griffin[176]
"Lost Highway" Island Anthony M. Bongiovi[177]
2008 "Whole Lot of Leavin'" Island Phil Griffin[178]
2009 "We Weren't Born to Follow" Island Craig Barry[179]
2010 "Superman Tonight" Island Phil Griffin[180]
"When We Were Beautiful" Island Anthony M. Bongiovi[181]
"What Do You Got?" Island Wayne Isham[182]
"This Is Our House" Island Anthony M. Bongiovi
2011 "No Apologies" Island Anthony M. Bongiovi
2013 "Because We Can" (original, The Boxer : Act 1, Astrid : Act 2 and The Beginning: Epilogue version) Island Fisher Stevens
"What About Now" Island Anthony M. Bongiovi
2016 "This House Is Not for Sale" Island Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri
"Knockout" Island Alex Howard
"Labor of Love" Island Frank Borin and Ivanna Borin
"Come On Up to Our House" Island Alex Howard
"Scars on This Guitar" Island Alex Howard
"The Devil's in the Temple" Island Alex Howard
"Roller Coaster" Island Alex Howard
"Born Again Tomorrow" Island Frank Borin and Ivanna Borin
"New Year's Day" Island Alex Howard
2017 "God Bless This Mess" Island Alex Howard
"Living With the Ghost" Island Casey Stein, Kate Branom & Nathan Podshadley[183]
"Reunion" Island Casey Stein, Kate Branom & Nathan Podshadley[184]
"Spiritual Warfare" Island
2018 “When We Were Us” Island Matt Barnes[185]
"Walls" Island Matt Barnes[186]

Notes:
A^ "Real Life" features all band members except David Bryan who was absent due to a serious hand injury.[187]
B^ "Wanted Dead or Alive 2003" was a reused music video from the promo single "Wanted Dead or Alive Live" from 2001. It was slightly reworked to match the reworked music of the song.

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Unbroken" did not enter the ARIA Singles Chart, but peaked at number 35 on the ARIA Digital Track Chart.[124]

ReferencesEdit

CitationsEdit

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