Black Sheep Hit: "Who Says You Can't Go Home" somehow crossed over to Country Music radio (helped in part by duet vocals from Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland), making Bon Jovi the first rock act to have a #1 country hit.
Jon Bon Jovi: "I hate videos. If you wanted to torture me you'd tie me down and force me to watch our first five videos. Five times you're chump before you learn what you're doing. The first time we'd just made a record and we were all excited and some a—hole decides we're going to make a video for 'Runaway.' So instead of making it about what the song's about, he decides to put a concept to it with his little niece in it. It's the worst piece of s—t I ever saw in my life. There's a girl with like fire coming out of her eyes. They dressed the band. Richie's wearing a jumpsuit and shoes that are three sizes too big. They kept squirting us down with this greasy solution to make it look like we were sweating. We all look like assholes."
What Could Have Been: The country version of "Who Says You Can't Go Home" was originally planned as a duet with Keith Urban, who as also to play banjo on it. However, Jon Bon Jovi thought that Urban's voice was too close to his own.