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Cross Road (videos)

Cross Road
Video by Bon Jovi
Released 1994
Recorded 1986 - 1994
Genre Rock, Music Video
Length 80 minutes
Label Mercury Records
Bon Jovi video chronology

Keep the Faith: The Videos (1994) Cross Road (1994) Live From London (1995)

Cross Road is a video release of music videos by rock band Bon Jovi, coinciding with the bands greatest hits album of the same name. It contains 16 of the band's music videos, 4 of which previously unreleased. It won a 1994 Metal Edge Readers Choice Award for Best Video Cassette.[1]

Track listing

  1. "Livin' on a Prayer"
  2. "Keep the Faith"
  3. "Wanted Dead or Alive"
  4. "Lay Your Hands on Me"
  5. "You Give Love a Bad Name"
  6. "Bed of Roses" (Short version - contains bar scene)
  7. "Blaze of Glory" (Jon-only version) (Previously unreleased)
  8. "In These Arms"
  9. "Bad Medicine"(1st Version)
  10. "I'll Be There for You"
  11. "Dry County" (Previously unreleased)
  12. "Living in Sin"
  13. "Miracle" (Previously unreleased)
  14. "I Believe"
  15. "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"
  16. "Always" (Previously unreleased)

Available on the following formats

Additional information

Although Cross Road has never been officially been released on DVD by the band, various unofficial bootleg DVDs are in circulation in some parts of the world.



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