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New Springsteen single out today

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by UNCGrad, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    I think the solo (especially folk) records have to be judged on a separate scale from E Street Band albums.

    Of course, that's acknowledging he hasn't released a full-fledged ESB record since 2003, and apparently never will again.
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  2. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    I'd basically agree with this, except I'd slot The Rising in at about No. 4.

    Again, Nebraska is kind of in its own universe. Some days, I could see it up at about No.3; other days, down in the teens.
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  3. Webster

    Webster Well-Known Member

    1) Darkness
    2) BTR
    4) Tunnel of Love
    5) The River (one great album would have been better)

    Of the non-traditional:
    1) Devils and dust
    2) Seeger Sessions
    3) Nebraska
    4) GOTJ
  4. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    So the album cover is a panoramic painting of a horse's ass.

  5. Webster

    Webster Well-Known Member

    I’m not feeling the new album. I love that he tried something new but very little resonates. For me, the songs all mesh together like a 45 minute PG rated “Reno”. He also really is into the overproduction, even on a minimalist record like this.

    That being said, “Hell, these days there ain't no more, now there’s just again” is up there in his lyrical pantheon
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