Keep The Faith: The Videos

Keep the Faith: The Videos
Bon Jovi
Released 1994
Recorded 1991 - 1993
Genre Rock, Music Video
Length 60 minutes
Label Mercury Records / PolyGram
Bon Jovi video chronology

Keep the Faith: An Evening with Bon Jovi
(1993)
Keep the Faith: The Videos
(1994)
Cross Road
(1994)

Keep the Faith: The Videos is a video release by rock band Bon Jovi featuring all the videos (except for Dry County) from their hugely successful Keep the Faith album, together with interviews, behind the scenes footage and an exclusive video for "If I Was Your Mother".

Track listing

  1. "Keep the Faith"
  2. "Bed of Roses"
  3. "In These Arms"
  4. "If I Was Your Mother"
  5. "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"
  6. "I Believe"
  7. "I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas"
  8. "Cama de Rosas" ("Bed of Roses", Spanish Version)
  9. "Ballad of Youth"
  10. "Dyin' Ain't Much of a Livin'"
  11. "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" (Acoustic)

Available on the following formats

  • VHS
  • Laserdisc

Additional information

The video for "Dry County" is absent from this package, as the single and video were released in 1994, after Keep The Faith: The Videos was released. It was later included on the 1994 VHS release Cross Road.

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