Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J. (studio album) by Bruce Springsteen
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The best album by Bruce Springsteen is Born To Run which is ranked number 71 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 18,054.
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The Boss comes fully formed, and this is maybe his eighth or ninth best regarded album. King shit.
Amazing start from one of the greatest american artists
It's amusing that Springsteen was intially marketed as the next Bob Dylan when he sounds way more like Van Morrison. This is an incredible debut, split between tender folky ballads and ensemble-driven anthems. Bruce crams in more words than a High School student writing a paper that's due the next morning, with a long list of down and out characters.
A Side: Lost in the Flood
B Side: Spirits in the Night
Bem divertido. A primeira etapa da carreira do Bruce é bem foda!
Find this...The best album by Bruce and in the top ten best ever...see my chart
Growin' up is brilliant!
My fav bruce album..Best songs " for you" and " does this bus stop at 82nd street". "growin' up"..
Best Tracks: For You, It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City, Mary Queen Of Arkansas
Took me a while to get in to the first Bruce record
Feels like he was still searching for his own musical style/ direction
Growing up, spirit and Saint are amazing
But the start of greater things to come ...
bruce channeling dylan on his first and i think best album. hits the ground running for what is an impressive catalog of quality music
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