This is the greatest album ever made by probably the greatest band in the world. Only the last track lets this album down otherwise it cold be labelled perfection. Bon Jovi still play the first eleven tracks at concerts which show just how good this album is. I mean how many do you here from Crush or These Days? Lay Your Hands on Me probably the biggest concert song ever starts of this album. The beauty about the songs on this album is that they're written to be played live so even though their not you still get a similar sort of feeling to that which you do at a concert. Some of the lesser played on the radio songs such as Blood on Blood, Wild Is The Wind and 99 In the Shade are my favourites. I don't like the last track Love For Sale which if you haven't heard it is a song set in the recording studio with Richie Sambora (the guitarist) and Jon Bon Jovi constantly talking over it about a girl who wants Jon home instead of making the album. I think it is a terrible song and they should have left it off to appear on their terrible filler album thirteen years later Crush or just threw it in the bin. If you're a Bon Jovi fan this is their greatest album and you definitely purchase it. Eleven tracks of sheer brilliance are contained within.