A new record from Bon Jovi doesn’t exactly make me jump for joy these days. Especially when said album only contain leftovers from some of their later records. I’m sorry, but if Bon Jovi’s last few records sucked ass, then how good can a record full of leftovers from those albums be? Oh me oh my! Apparently, this album is more of a final statement and to say goodbye to en era. First, Bon Jovi has decided to part company with their record company for over 30 years, Mercury Records and the split doesn’t seem friendly at all. Another split within the Bon Jovi camp that hasn’t been friendly either is the one from guitarist / song writer / singer Richie Sambora, a guy that to many fans was as important to the band and its sound as Jon Bon Jovi himself. Sambora was the guy with the blues influences and the Hard Rock guy in the band, the guy who made sure that Bon Jovi were a Rock band instead of a Pop band.