The Crush Tour (album)

The Crush Tour
Video by Bon Jovi
Released May 28th, 2001
Recorded August 30th 2000,
Letzigrund Stadium,
Zurich, Switzerland
Genre Hard Rock
Bon Jovi chronology

Live from London
(1995)
The Crush Tour
(2001)
This Left Feels Right Live
(2004)

The Crush Tour is a third concert video by American band Bon Jovi from the European leg of their Crush Tour. It was recorded on August 30, 2000 at Zurich, Switzerland. It was directed by Anthony Bongiovi. It was released on DVD in 2001.

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Livin' on a Prayer"  Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Desmond Child 4:19
2. "You Give Love A Bad Name"  Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child 5:09
3. "Captain Crash & the Beauty Queen from Mars"  Bon Jovi, Sambora 6:07
4. "Say It Isn't So"  Bon Jovi, Billy Falcon 6:07
5. "One Wild Night"  Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child 6:07
6. "Born to Be My Baby"  Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child 6:07
7. "It's My Life"  Bon Jovi, Sambora, Max Martin 3:45
8. "Bed of Roses"  Bon Jovi 6:07
9. "Two Story Town"  Bon Jovi, Sambora, Dean Grakal, Mark Hudson 6:07
10. "Just Older"  Bon Jovi, Falcon 6:07
11. "Runaway" (Piano version)Bon Jovi, George Karak 6:07
12. "Lay Your Hands on Me"  Bon Jovi, Sambora 6:07
13. "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"  Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child 6:07
14. "Bad Medicine"  Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child 4:32
15. "Wanted Dead or Alive"  Bon Jovi, Sambora 5:40
16. "Next 100 Years"  Bon Jovi, Sambora 8:56
17. "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night"  Bon Jovi, Sambora, Child 8:56
18. "Thank You for Loving Me" (Ending credits with audio only)Bon Jovi, Sambora 6:21

The song "Keep the Faith" is not included, despite being performed on the tour.

DVD Bonus Features

  • Backstage with Bon Jovi
  • It's My Life (Music Video)
  • Say It Isn't So (Music Video)
  • Photo Gallary
  • Discography

Personnel

Certifications

References

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