THIS IS THE ONE AND ONLY COPY WE CAN SELL TO YOU, ONCE THIS SELLS WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SELL THIS TAPE AGAIN.
1. In And Out Of Love
2. Price Of Love
3. Only Lonely
4. King Of The Mountain
5. Silent Night
6. Tokyo Road
7. Hardest Part Is The Night
8. Always Run To You
9. To The Fire
10. Secret Dreams
℗ 1985 PolyGram Records, Inc., U.S.A.
© 1985 PolyGram Records, Inc., U.S.A.
Made in Holland (cassette)
Printed in The Netherlands (inlay)
Marketed by Phonogram
5-panel inlay including all lyrics.
How Does This Album Not Get The recognition It Deserves???,
This may well be the most underrated album ever. My god was i surprised when i bought this album, not surprised that it was really good but surprised about how over looked it is?? This is an awesome album, heavier than the Bon Jovi we might hear nowadays. Its definitely worth purchasing for anyone with a slight interest in Bon Jovi, and also for you “”rockers”” who overlook Bon Jovi for something a bit heavier buying this may well be a pleasant surprise for you!
Bon Jovi’s 2nd Album — Underrated Gem!,
“”7800 Degrees Fahrenheit”” was Bon Jovi’s second album released in 1985, it’s a great follow up to “”Bon Jovi”” and is a better album in my opinion than the 1st, even though i rate that album very highly also.
Standout tracks for me are “”In and Out Of Love””, “”Tokyo Road””, “”Silent Night””, “”Only Lonely”” and “”Hardest Part Is The Night”” — all awesome songs that should have made the top 10 in the singles chart, oh well they have made up in chart positions since!
The album therefore in my opinion is great but VERY underrated, if you are a fan then i do recommend it highly so please give it a go and you may be pleasantly ”
7800° Fahrenheit is the second studio album by American rock band Bon Jovi. It was released on March 27, 1985, through Mercury Records. The album’s title was a reference to the supposed melting point of rock, equivalent to 4313° Celsius; as the Fahrenheit scale is mainly used only in the United States, 7800° Fahrenheit thus suggested “American hot rock.”
The album introduced the classic 1980s Bon Jovi logo that would later be used on Slippery When Wet and New Jersey.
7800° Fahrenheit reached #37 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and was the band’s first album to be certified gold in the US. It remained charted for 104 weeks and was certified platinum on February 19, 1987. The singles “Only Lonely” and “In and Out of Love” both charted on the Billboard Hot 100.
Recorded in six weeks between January and March 1985, at the Warehouse Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the album marked the final collaboration between Bon Jovi and producer Lance Quinn. It is the only Bon Jovi album to feature song writing by four of the band members; “Secret Dreams” is the only Bon Jovi song to date for which drummer Tico Torres receives a writing credit.
Despite being a fan favorite, the band was unsatisfied with the sound of the album and essentially disowned it once they had solidified their status as worldwide superstars with Slippery When Wet and New Jersey. It is the least represented album in their setlists over the course of the career: nothing from 7800° Fahrenheit was performed after the New Jersey Syndicate Tour, but a few performances of “Tokyo Road” in Japan during the 1990s, a few performances of “Only Lonely” during The Circle Tour in 2010, and one performance of “Tokyo Road” in Hawaii, also during The Circle Tour.
“I always overlook the second album,” noted Jon Bon Jovi in 2007. “Always have, always will. We had no time to make it and we didn’t know who we were… We did whatever producer Lance Quinn said. He was a brilliant guitarist and had made records with Talking Heads, so you listened.”
“All of us were going through tough times on a personal level,” he explained at the time of Slippery When Wet’s release. “And the strain told on the music we produced. It wasn’t a pleasant experience… Lance Quinn wasn’t the man for us, and that added to the feeling that we were going about it badly. None of us want to live in that mental state ever again. We’ve put the record behind us, and moved on.”
No. Title Writer(s) Length
A1. “In and Out of Love” Jon Bon Jovi 4:25
A2. “The Price of Love” Jon Bon Jovi 4:14
A3. “Only Lonely” Jon Bon Jovi, David Bryan 4:58
A4. “King of the Mountain” Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora 3:54
A5. “Silent Night” Jon Bon Jovi 5:07
No. Title Writer(s) Length
B6. “Tokyo Road” Jon Bon Jovi, Sambora 5:40
B7. “The Hardest Part Is the Night” Jon Bon Jovi, Sambora, Bryan 4:25
B8. “Always Run to You” Jon Bon Jovi, Sambora 5:00
B9. “To the Fire” Jon Bon Jovi, Sambora, Bryan 4:27
B10. “Secret Dreams” Jon Bon Jovi, Sambora, Tico Torres, Bill Grabowski 4:56
Singles from 7800° Fahrenheit:
“Only Lonely” Released: April 1985
“In and Out of Love” Released: July 1985
“The Hardest Part Is the Night” Released: August 21, 1985 (UK)
“Silent Night” Released: October 22, 1985
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