One Wild Night Live 1985–2001 is a live album by the American rock band Bon Jovi, released in May 22, 2001. The album includes live covers of Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World" and performance of The Boomtown Rats' "I Don't Like Mondays", with a guest appearance by their lead singer Bob Geldof. Though stating it was recorded from 1985-2001, only two of the songs were recorded before 1995 ("Runaway" and "In and Out of Love" in 1985). The album charted at on The Billboard 200.
May 22, 2001 4:00AM ET. One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001. Jon Bon Jovi has never been very high on rock’s list of bad-ass mofos, so it’s not altogether shocking that it took fifteen or so years for him to find - as the title of this live collection implies - One Wild Night to look back on. Truth be told, the fifteen tune set isn’t culled from a single night: It’s more an exercise in time travel and/or mad science, stitching together bits of mid-Eighties cock-rock, maturity-portending power ballads and odd nuggets of historical interest.
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One wild night lyrics. It's a hot night, the natives are restless We're sweating by the light of the moon There's a voodoo mojo brewing at the go-go That could knock a witch off her broom. We slither on in and shed our skin Make our way into the bump and the grind So I'm passing by, she gives me the eye So I stop to give her a light. One wild night (blinded by the moonlight) One wild night (24 hours of midnight) One wild night (I stepped into the twilight zone And she left my heart with vertigo) One wild, one wild, one wild, one wild night
He was so wild, I had to move out of New Jersey, she has said of her ex-boyfriend who worked all day in a chemical plant and drank all night, at which point he would start after me, calling her on the hour, every hour, and then hanging around outside her door. The girl in that song is certainly not a victim, says Stein. With a little help from One Way Or Another and its parent album, Blondie became one of the biggest bands of the era. They also invented a new paradigm: catchy, danceable new wave, the sort that has been unavoidable these past few years. Asked whether he’s amazed at their achievement, Stein’s wry reply is as pure New York cool as the song itself.