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DETROIT, Oct. 4-IN New York City apartment he keep, Jon Bon Jovi IS preparing to visit MTV's popular TRL program with both excitement and trepidation. I haven't been there in a lot of years, pally, New Jersey singer, songwriter, guitarist and actor notes. But if they'll take me back, that's where I guess I'm going today. Advertisement How can this be, you wonder. Bon Jovi and the band that bear his name were among MTV's most favored musical nations from mid-1980s through early '90s, when they were running off a string of hits that included runaway, You Give Love Bad Name, Livin' on Prayer and blaze of Glory. You would think Bon Jovi and company have lifetime pass. But, Bon Jovi notes, they've been usurped during the past decade by teen pop idols and rappers. Even his last album, multi-platinum crush, was initially pass over. Now, HOWEVER, MTV IS waiting with open arms. It's success, to be honest with you, ' Bon Jovi, 41, say. They can't deny what happened last time. All of this has given Bon Jovi's 10 album, bounce, some extra propulsion for its Oct. 8 release. Lead by anthemic single everyday, record is being greeted with the kind of genuine excitement one would expect for a band that's sold some 93 million albums since emerging in 1983. Bon Jovi IS gratify by reception, but he says he's not entirely surprised. Advertisement I don't think I ever lost that that we'd do well, he say. Even with the last record, while the rest of the world was saying 'Wow, this IS great! What surprise! ' I was dumb enough to think it would be accepted like the rest of them. I truly never consider anything else. When you've sold almost 100 million records, you can pretty much do what you want, y'know? I'm not gonna lose my record deal if they don't sell 100 copies; that's just the honest economics of it. But I sure do hope people like'em. We're never gonna sell what * Nsync, Britney and Eminem are doing. But that's OK. It's marathon; I'm not going anywhere. Exuberance For bounce counters the album's more sober beginnings. Bon Jovi and his songwriting partner, guitarist Richie Sambora, began working on the album during the summer of 2001, while the frontman was in Los Angeles as recurring guest on now-cancel ally McBeal. Sambora had just flown east to continue AT New Jersey home where Bon Jovi shares with his wife and three children when the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks occur. He actually woke me UP; 'Man, get UP! Something really crazy's going on, ' recalled Sambora, 43, who like the rest of the band members, knows people who died in World Trade Center towers-including husband of the group's publicist. We couldn't write anything but I songs about it for a while.

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