Bon Jovi’s collection of 14 classic grooves is pretty much what it says it is. Its a greatest hits album that has most of the good stuff. The album starts with the classic “Livin’ On a Prayer”. If this song doesn’t make you want to sing there is something wrong with you. The album also includes “Runaway” “Wanted Dead or Alive” and “You Give Love a Bad Name”, three more songs that are definatly sing-along favorites. There are two songs on the album that are not very good: “Lay Your Hands on Me” and “In and Out of Love”. They should not be included, but what can you do? Other songs on the album wich are above standard are “Blaze of Glory”(From the Young Guns II album) and “I’ll Be There For You”. Crossroads also includes three tracks that are on no other Bon Jovi albums. “Always”, “Someday I’ll Be Saturday Night”, and “Prayer ‘94″. “Always” was a big hit and is a decent song, but not one of my favorites. “Someday I’ll Be Saturday Night” isn’t classic Bon Jovi, its not bad, but doesn’t really fit. “Prayer ‘94″ is a slowed down version of “Livin’ on a Prayer” I like it, it shows another side of this classic song. Actually, it kind of brings back memories from Jon and Richie’s acoustic version of “Wanted Dead or Alive” from the VMA’s. All in all this a great album. For any Bon Jovi fan it is a must.EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT A BON JOVI FANATIC AND THINK HE IS O.K.BUY THE ALBUM. It has classic tunes and is ideal for cruising in your car.