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The Rising - Bruce SpringsteenCome on up for The Rising! (1577 words)
by Jonny_Sleeze - written on 11/05/04, updated on 18/05/04 (Very useful, 249 readings)
Nobody can possibly hold anything against Bruce Springsteen. He's a good natured, socially conscious guy who, despite the ravages of fame and fortune, has never 'sold out' or succumbed to the temptations of product-endorsement. With The Rising, he shows how he's succesfully moved beyond that blue collar schtick which, let's be honest, wouldn't sound that convincing from a guy with as much bling as he's accumulated over the years; instead, we have a well-composed set of sensitive songs that hit all the right notes in the wake of September 11. Springsteen doesn't pretend to have a political manifesto; rather, he's ...
The Wild And The Innocent & E ST Shuffle - Bruce SprinsteenSpringsteen's best album... (579 words)
by bergkamp10 - written on 26/06/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Released in 1973, The Wild, The Innocent and The E Street Shuffle was Springsteen s second album. With the help of the collaboration with the E Street Band, this album is proclaimed by some Springsteen fans as his best. I myself am one of them. It is a sadly overlooked album, with his much more commercially successful latter day works such as Born in the USA giving Springsteen his fame, despite the variety and raw nature of his earlier years providing a far greater showcase of his talents. The first song on the album is The E Street Shuffle (4:31). It sets the mood and tone for the rest of the album perfectly; a fast-paced song about the activities of a group of ...