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Spectrum v. Giants Stadium? They

Well we didn't have Patti when he closed the Spectrum, but this video clearly captures the spirit of the artist, whether in Philly or NY or anywhere on planet Earth. Bruce could probably make a trip to the gas station sound like an anthem. Who else can do a 31-song show and run around for 3 1/2 hours at age 60? Simply put, he defines an entire generation who grew up within 100 miles of Freehold, NJ. The best part of the song/video is the speed with which it was published. No glamorous production, overdubs, studios, mixing, whatever. It's as real as it gets and if you don't feel it when watching this video then you're not a true fan.

Worth the wait for a new song

I've been waiting for this after seeing it live at Giants Stadium. Nothing beats getting a new song from Bruce as part of the send off for the stadium. Thanks iTunes - and Bruce

If you got the balls...

Freakin' ecstatic to see "Wreckin Ball" finally up; I was at Giant's Stadium Night 3, and lemme say, it's a helluva number. It stands as a wicked track in its own right (love Curt Ramm's trumpet), but especially get it if you heard it at one of those last magical shows in the Meadowlands. Good stuff, thanks, Boss!


Genre: Rock

When Bruce Springsteen finally broke through to national recognition in the fall of 1975 after a decade of trying, critics hailed him as the savior of rock & roll, the single artist who brought together all the exuberance of '50s rock and the thoughtfulness of '60s rock, molded into a '70s style. He rocked as hard as Jerry Lee Lewis, his lyrics were as complicated as Bob Dylan's, and his concerts were near-religious celebrations of all that was best in music. One critic became so enamored that he...
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Wrecking Ball (Live) - Single, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
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