Bruce Springsteen

High Hopes

Album Reviews | Bruce Springsteen – High Hopes (2014)

I’m a huge Bruce fan. Damn hell ass huge. I know most of his catalog (which is massive), and of course I was excited about the release of High Hopes at the start of 2014 when it was announced in...

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Born To Run

Favorite Albums | #5: Bruce Springsteen – Born to Run (1975)

I can still remember the moment Born to Run blew me away. It was the summer of 2004, and it was the night before the first day of my junior year of high school. I was busy studying for a history test ...

Hammersmith Odeon, London '75

Favorite Albums | #13: Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band – Hammersmith Odeon, London ’75 (2006)

When I was a senior in high school, Bruce released the 30th Anniversary Edition of Born to Run, his greatest album, and I asked for it for my birthday. It was a fancy three-disc package with a remaste...

Born in the U.S.A.

Favorite Albums | #20: Bruce Springsteen – Born in the U.S.A. (1984)

The roots of this list can probably be traced back several years, to when I heard my classic rock radio station’s — 100.7 The Bay in Baltimore, MD — countdown of the greatest classic...

The Rising

Favorite Albums | #63: Bruce Springsteen – The Rising (2002)

Springsteen’s most popular album, Born in the U.S.A., was recorded with the E Street Band and released in 1984, but Bruce disappeared into the wilderness in the late ’80s after recording T...

The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle

Favorite Albums | #74: Bruce Springsteen – The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle (1973)

It wasn’t long after I started listening to Bruce in high school that I stumbled upon a link to his work in the unlikeliest of places: my AP (i.e., college-level) Latin class. We spent an entire...

darkness on the edge of town

Favorite Albums | #94: Bruce Springsteen – Darkness on the Edge of Town (1978)

About two weeks after I moved to Los Angeles in September 2010, I was at the Bed, Bath & Beyond on Ventura Boulevard in Studio City and I ran into Adam Carolla’s wife Lynette at the checkout...