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Born In The USA - 40th Anniversary Edition

    This 40th anniversary edition of Bruce Springsteen’s history-making ‘Born In The U.S.A.’ album has been re-pressed on translucent red vinyl. The anniversary edition also features a gatefold sleeve and exclusive booklet with archival material from the era, new liner notes penned by Erik Flannigan and a four-color lithograph. Originally released on June 4, 1984 - ‘Born In The U.S.A.’ had an unprecedented seven Top Ten singles on its tracklist, sold 17 million copies to date and captured the pop culture zeitgeist with once-in-ageneration impact.


    Side A
    1. Born In The U.S.A.
    2. Cover Me
    3. Darlington County
    4. Working On The Highway
    5. Downbound Train
    6. I'm On Fire

    Side B
    1. No Surrender
    2. Bobby Jean
    3. I'm Goin' Down
    4. Glory Days
    5. Dancing In The Dark
    6. My Hometown

    Bruce Springsteen

    Best Of Bruce Springsteen

      Best Of Bruce Springsteen is a collection of original songs spanning his storied 50-year recording career, from 1973's Greeting from Asbury Park, NJ to 2020's Letter To You. It will be available as an 18-track set across 2 LPs or 1 CD - and digitally as an expanded 31-song package. The collection will span early-career favorites like "Growin' Up" and "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)," staples of Springsteen's live shows from "Dancing In The Dark" to "The Rising," best-selling breakouts like "Born To Run" and "Hungry Heart," as well as recent releases "Hello Sunshine" and "Letter To You." Here, these career-spanning works appear together in one set for the first time. The packaging includes archival photos and a new essay. 


      1. Growin’ Up Greetings From Asbury Park, NJ (1973)
      2. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle (1973)
      3. Born To Run Born To Run (1975)
      4. Thunder Road Born To Run (1975)
      5. Badlands Darkness On The Edge Of Town (1978)
      6. Hungry Heart The River (1980)
      7. Atlantic City Nebraska (1982)
      8. Dancing In The Dark Born In The U.S.A. (1984)
      9. Born In The U.S.A Born In The U.S.A. (1984)
      10. Brilliant Disguise Tunnel Of Love (1987)
      11. Human Touch Human Touch Single (1992)
      12. Streets Of Philadelphia Streets Of Philadelphia Single (1993)
      13. The Ghost Of Tom Joad The Ghost Of Tom Joad (1995)
      14. Secret Garden Greatest Hits (1995)
      15. The Rising The Rising (2002)
      16. Girls In Their Summer Clothes Magic (2007)
      17. Hello Sunshine Western Stars (2019)
      18. Letter To You Letter To You (2020)

      VINYL (2LP):
      SIDE A
      1. Growin’ Up Greetings From Asbury Park, NJ (1973)
      2. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle (1973)
      3. Born To Run Born To Run (1975)
      4. Thunder Road Born To Run (1975)
      SIDE B
      1. Badlands Darkness On The Edge Of Town (1978)
      2. Hungry Heart The River (1980)
      3. Atlantic City Nebraska (1982)
      4. Dancing In The Dark Born In The U.S.A. (1984)
      5. Born In The U.S.A Born In The U.S.A. (1984)
      SIDE C
      1. Brilliant Disguise Tunnel Of Love (1987)
      2. Human Touch Human Touch Single (1992)
      3. Streets Of Philadelphia Streets Of Philadelphia Single (1993)
      4. The Ghost Of Tom Joad The Ghost Of Tom Joad (1995)
      SIDE D
      1. Secret Garden Greatest Hits (1995)
      2. The Rising The Rising (2002)
      3. Girls In Their Summer Clothes Magic (2007)
      4. Hello Sunshine Western Stars (2019)
      5. Letter To You Letter To You (2020)

      Bruce Springsteen

      Only The Strong Survive

        Only The Strong Survive is the new album from Bruce Springsteen, and his first new album since 2020’s Letter To You. The album is a collection of soul music gems, that celebrate the legendary songbooks of Gamble and Huff, Motown, Stax and many more.

        Only The Strong Survive features vocals from Springsteen and instrumentation primarily from his longtime producer Ron Aniello. The album also features guest vocals from Sam Moore, as well as contributions from The E Street Horns, full string arrangements by Rob Mathes and backing vocals from Soozie Tyrell, Lisa Lowell, Michelle Moore, Curtis King Jr., Fonzi Thornton and Dennis Collins. 


        Only The Strong Survive
        Soul Days Feat. Sam Moore
        Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)
        The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
        Turn Back The Hands Of Time
        When She Was My Girl
        Hey, Western Union Man
        I Wish It Would Rain
        Don’t Play That Song
        Any Other Way
        I Forgot To Be Your Lover Feat. Sam Moore
        7 Rooms Of Gloom
        What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted
        Someday We’ll Be Together

        DISC 1, SIDE A
        Only The Strong Survive
        Soul Days Feat. Sam Moore
        Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)
        The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
        DISC 1, SIDE B
        Turn Back The Hands Of Time
        When She Was My Girl
        Hey, Western Union Man
        I Wish It Would Rain
        Don’t Play That Song
        DISC 2, SIDE C
        Any Other Way
        I Forgot To Be Your Lover Feat. Sam Moore
        7 Rooms Of Gloom
        What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted
        Someday We’ll Be Together
        DISC 2, SIDE D

        Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

        The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts

          The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band were recorded at the September 1979 MUSE (Musicians United for Safe Energy) benefit concerts at Madison Square Garden in New York City.


          SIDE 1
          1. Prove It All Night
          2. Badlands
          3. The Promised Land
          4. The River

          SIDE 2
          5. Sherry Darling
          6. Thunder Road
          7. Jungleland

          SIDE 3
          8. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
          9. Born To Run
          10. Stay

          SIDE 4
          11. Detroit Medley
          12. Quarter To Three
          13. Rave On

          Bruce Springsteen

          Letter To You

            Letter To You is Bruce Springsteen’s new studio album with the E Street Band, and is a rock album fuelled by the band's heart-stopping, house-rocking signature sound. Recorded at his home studio in New Jersey, Letter To You is Springsteen’s 20th studio album, and is his first album including the E Street Band since 2012’s High Hopes and their first performances together since 2016’s The River Tour.

            “I love the emotional nature of Letter To You,” says Springsteen. “And I love the sound of the E Street Band playing completely live in the studio, in a way we’ve never done before, and with no overdubs. We made the album in only five days, and it turned out to be one of the greatest recording experiences I’ve ever had.”

            TRACK LISTING

            1. One Minute You’re Here
            2. Letter To You
            3. Burnin Train
            4. Janey Needs A Shooter
            5. Last Man Standing
            6. The Power Of Prayer
            7. House Of A Thousand Guitars
            8. Rainmaker
            9. If I Was The Priest
            10. Ghosts
            11. Song For Orphans
            12. I’ll See You In My Dreams

            Bruce Springsteen

            Western Stars

              Bruce Springsteen’s first new studio album in five years takes his music to a new place, drawing inspiration in part from the Southern California pop records of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The album was recorded primarily at Springsteen’s home studio in New Jersey with additional recording in California and New York. Columbia Records will release Springsteen’s 19th studio album on 14th June.

              “This record is a return to my solo recordings featuring character driven songs and sweeping, cinematic orchestral arrangements," says Springsteen. "It's a jewel box of a record."

              The 13 tracks on ‘Western Stars’ encompass a sweeping range of American themes, of highways and desert spaces, of isolation and community and the permanence of home and hope.

              Ron Aniello produced the album with Springsteen and plays bass, keyboard, and other instruments. Patti Scialfa provides vocals and contributes vocal arrangements on four tracks. The musical arrangements include strings, horns, pedal steel and contributions from more than 20 other players including Jon Brion (who plays celeste, Moog and farfisa), as well as guest appearances by David Sancious, Charlie Giordano and Soozie Tyrell. The album was mixed by 13-time Grammy winner Tom Elmhirst. 

              STAFF COMMENTS

              Barry says: There are few artists that can keep doing their thing year after year and smashing it every time. The Boss is clearly one of those people as the most recent outing shows Bruce in fine form, flitting perfectly between the southern country rock and hands-in-the-air balladry we've come to know and love. Classic Bruce.

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Hitch Hikin’
              2. The Wayfarer
              3. Tucson Train
              4. Western Stars
              5. Sleepy Joe’s Café
              6. Drive Fast (The Stuntman)
              7. Chasin’ Wild Horses
              8. Sundown
              9. Somewhere North Of Nashville
              10. Stones
              11. There Goes My Miracle
              12. Hello Sunshine
              13. Moonlight Motel

              Bruce Springsteen


                "There is an adage in the record business that a recording artist's demos of new songs often come off better than the more polished versions later worked up in a studio. But Bruce Springsteen was the first person to act on that theory, when he opted to release the demo versions of his latest songs, recorded with only acoustic or electric guitar, harmonica, and vocals, as his sixth album, Nebraska. It was really the content that dictated the approach, however. Nebraska's ten songs marked a departure for Springsteen, even as they took him farther down a road he'd already been traveling. Gradually, his songs became darker and more pessimistic, and those on Nebraska marked a new low. They also found him branching out into better developed stories. The title track was a first-person account of the killing spree of mass murderer Charlie Starkweather. (It can't have been coincidental that the same story was told in director Terrence Malick's 1973 film Badlands, also used as a Springsteen song title.) That song set the tone for a series of portraits of small-time criminals, desperate people, and those who loved them. Just as the recordings were unpolished, the songs themselves didn't seem quite finished; sometimes the same line turned up in two songs. But that only served to unify the album. Within the difficult times, however, there was hope, especially as the album went on. "Open All Night" was a Chuck Berry-style rocker, and the album closed with "Reason to Believe," a song whose hard-luck verses were belied by the chorus -- even if the singer couldn't understand what it was, "people find some reason to believe." Still, Nebraska was one of the most challenging albums ever released by a major star on a major record label." - All Music.

                Bruce Springsteen

                Darkness On The Edge Of Town

                  Some rank this 1978 album as Bruce Springsteen's very best (well a recent poll in The Telegraph did!) and it does hit really hard: with tunes (every one's a winner) sound (powerful, dense Rock with some skyscraping guitar solos) and ofcourse, with words. Here Bruce's characters are blue collar dreamers, down but defiantly not out. It's like a Raymond Carver short story set to music.  The record was a huge triumph after a court case (musical) enforced a 3 year hiatus which was unheard of in the 70's. This was after his breakthrough album, Born To Run, so maybe a frustrated and even angry Boss poured all of his energy into making this record the beast that is. Anyway, it's an incredible piece of art. A must-have classic rock LP!

                  STAFF COMMENTS

                  Andy says: A stunning document of blue-collar America full of hard times but most importantly: dreams. This is newly remastered from the original analogue tapes.

                  Bruce Springsteen

                  Born To Run


                    Newly Remastered From Original Analogue Masters.

                    Bruce Springsteen

                    The River

                      Who could have predicted that after the dense, brooding, doomy rock of 1978's Darkness On The Edge of Town, The Boss would return two years later with his first US Top 10 hit (Hungry Heart) and a double album so fresh and varied that it paved a clear way forward for a man who  5 years later would be one of the biggest rock stars in the world. This was his poppiest record so far, but in no way corny or cheap: these were hugely uplifting songs, good-time, sunroof-down rock'n'roll with smart stories to tell. But on the other side of the coin were some enormo, tear-jerking classic slowies; simply amazing tracks like Independance Day, Point Blank, Drive All Night, The Price You Pay and ofcourse, the title track itself which has become a world classic. There is an embarrasment of riches on show on this record. No home should be without a copy!

                      STAFF COMMENTS

                      Andy says: My favourite Bruce album because it has the biggest, best ballads and his most freed-up, joyous pop songs combined. This is newly remastered from the original analogue tape.

                      Bruce Springsteen

                      Born In The U.S.A.

                        "Bruce Springsteen had become increasingly downcast as a songwriter during his recording career, and his pessimism bottomed out with Nebraska. But Born in the U.S.A., his popular triumph, which threw off seven Top Ten hits and became one of the best-selling albums of all time, trafficked in much the same struggle, albeit set to galloping rhythms and set off by chiming guitars. That the witless wonders of the Reagan regime attempted to co-opt the title track as an election-year campaign song wasn't so surprising: the verses described the disenfranchisement of a lower-class Vietnam vet, and the chorus was intended to be angry, but it came off as anthemic. Then, too, Springsteen had softened his message with nostalgia and sentimentality, and those are always crowd-pleasers. "Glory Days" may have employed Springsteen's trademark disaffection, yet it came across as a couch potato's drunken lament. But more than anything else, Born in the U.S.A. marked the first time that Springsteen's characters really seemed to relish the fight and to have something to fight for. They were not defeated ("No Surrender"), and they had friendship ("Bobby Jean") and family ("My Hometown") to defend. The restless hero of "Dancing in the Dark" even pledged himself in the face of futility, and for Springsteen, that was a step. The "romantic young boys" of his first two albums, chastened by "the working life" encountered on his third, fourth, and fifth albums and having faced the despair of his sixth, were still alive on this, his seventh, with their sense of humor and their determination intact. Born in the U.S.A. was their apotheosis, the place where they renewed their commitment and where Springsteen remembered that he was a rock & roll star, which is how a vastly increased public was happy to treat him." - All Music.

                        "High Hopes'' finds Bruce Springsteen in a number of different musical settings, and includes the E Street Band members in various large and small combinations as well as guitarist Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine) on eight tracks. Besides Morello, the album also includes appearances on several songs by Clarence Clemons, who passed away in 2011, and Danny Federici, who passed away in 2008, on what Springsteen calls "some of our best unreleased material from the past decade." The album was recorded in New Jersey, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Australia and New York City and marks Springsteen's 18th studio album. As Bruce writes in the albums liner notes, "I felt they were among the best of my writing and deserved a proper studio recording."

                        STAFF COMMENTS

                        Andy says: Includes The Boss's ace version of Suicide's "Dream Baby Dream".

                        TRACK LISTING

                        1. High Hopes 4:57
                        2. Harry's Place 4:04
                        3. American Skin (41 Shots) 7:23
                        4. Just Like Fire Would 3:56
                        5. Down In The Hole 4:59
                        6. Heaven's Wall 3:50
                        7. Frankie Fell In Love 2:48
                        8. This Is Your Sword 2:52
                        9. Hunter Of Invisible Game 4:42
                        10. The Ghost Of Tom Joad 7:33
                        11. The Wall 4:20
                        12. Dream Baby Dream 5:00

                        Bruce Springsteen

                        Live In New York City

                          This double CD will serve as the soundtrack for a broadcast version of "Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band" film. Tracks include "My Love Will Not Let You Down," "The River," "Youngstown", "Badlands" and a ten minute plus version of "Jungleland" and more.

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