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Silent Night (Bon Jovi song)

"Silent Night"
7800° Fahrenheit
Released October 22, 1985
Format 7", 12"
Recorded The Warehouse, Philadelphia
Genre Glam metal, hard rock
Length 5:08
Label Polygram Records
Writer(s) Jon Bon Jovi
Producer Lance Quinn
Bon Jovi singles chronology

"The Hardest Part Is the Night"
"Silent Night"
"You Give Love a Bad Name"

Music video
Silent Night at

"Silent Night" is a single from American Rock band Bon Jovi. It is taken from their second album, 7800° Fahrenheit.

It was the album's final single, debuting on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart Christmas week 1985 and hitting its peak of #24 a month later.[1] Ironically, the ballad was the glam metal album's most successful entry at rock radio, although it did not make the pop chart.

Chart performance

Chart (1986) Peak
US Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks (Billboard)[2] 24


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