Bruce Springsteen Albums

  • Wreching Ball Album
    We Take Care of Our Own
    Easy Money
    Shackled and Drawn
    Jack of All Trades
    Death to My Hometown
    This Depression
    Wrecking Ball
    You've Got It
    Rocky Ground
    Land of Hope and Dreams
    We Are Alive

  • Live In New York City Album
    My Love Will Not Let You Down
    Prove It All Night
    Two Hearts
    Atlantic City
    Mansion On The Hill
    The River
    Murder Incorporated
    Out In The Street
    Born To Run
    Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
    Land Of Hope And Dreams
    American Skin
    Lost In The Flood
    Born In The U.S.A.
    Don't Look Back
    If I Should Fall Behind

  • The Essential Bruce Springsteen Album
    Disc One
    Blinded By The Light
    For You
    Spirit In The Night
    4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
    Thunder Road
    Born To Run
    Darkness On the Edge Of Town
    The Promised Land
    The River
    Hungry Heart
    Atlantic City
    Disc Two
    Born In The U.S.A.
    Glory Days
    Dancing In The Dark
    Tunnel Of Love
    Brilliant Disguise
    Human Touch
    Better Days
    Living Proof
    Lucky Town
    Streets Of Philadelphia
    The Ghost Of Tom Joad
    The Rising
    Mary's Place
    Lonesome Day
    American Skin (41 Shots)
    Land Of Hope And Dreams
    Disc Three
    From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come)
    The Big Payback
    Held Up Without A Gun
    None But The Brave
    Lift Me Up
    Viva Las Vegas
    County Fair
    Code Of Silence
    Dead Man Walkin'
    Countin' On A Miracle

  • Wrecking Ball Album (3/5/2012)
    We Take Care Of Our Own
    Easy Money
    Shackled And Drawn
    Jack Of All Trades
    Death To My Hometown
    This Depression
    Wrecking Ball
    You've Got It
    Rocky Ground
    Land Of Hope And Dreams
    We Are Alive
    Swallowed Up (In The Belly Of The Whale)
    American Land

  • The Promise Album (11/16/2010)
  • Working On A Dream Album (1/27/2009)
  • Magic Album (10/2/2007)
  • Live In Dublin: Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band Album (6/5/2007)
  • We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions Album (4/25/2006)
  • Devils & Dust Album (4/26/2005)
  • The Rising Album (7/30/2002)
  • Before The Fame Album (6/20/1999)
  • 18 Tracks Album (4/13/1999)
  • Tracks Album (11/10/1998)
  • In Concert MTV Plugged Album (8/27/1997)
  • Ghost Of Tom Joad Album (11/21/1995)
  • Greatest Hits Album (2/28/1995)
  • Human Touch Album (5/31/1992)
  • Lucky Town Album (3/31/1992)
  • Plugged Album (1/1/1992)
  • Chimes Of Freedom Album (1/1/1988)
  • Tunnel Of Love Album (10/9/1987)
  • Live 1975-1985 Album (11/10/1986)
  • Born In The U.S.A. Album (6/4/1984)
  • Nebraska Album (9/20/1982)
  • The River Album (10/10/1980)
  • Darkness On The Edge Of Town Album (6/2/1978)
  • Born To Run Album (8/25/1975)
  • The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle Album (9/11/1973)
  • Greetings From Asbury Park Nj Album (1/5/1973)

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    Further on up the rd | Reviewer: Ed Slaney
        ------ About the album Live In Dublin: Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band performed by Bruce Springsteen

    Totally awesome. I m going through a tough separation. Of 22 yrs but this DVD is really helping me cope because it just keeps bringing a smile to my face I always loved Bruce but this has really put him to a new level. Bravo Bruce thank you

    all songs | Reviewer: Danieil O'Donnell
        ------ About the album Working On A Dream performed by Bruce Springsteen

    Bruce has shown that he can adapt to all new on old versions of genre that are presented to him. From GOOD EYE which is a great southern blusey tune to the 60's style WHAT LOVE CAN DO and the country tune THIS LIFE. Great album. I went to a concert at a small college in South Jersey back in 1974 and he and the E street band put on a show for (4) hours plus and he then and still proves that he is genuine with his passion to put out great music. I've been in Hawaii for the past (30) years and still enjoy listening to Bruce to remind me of growing up in Jersey wasn't all that bad. I'm proud to tell friends and people whom I don't know that The BOSS is from Jersey as well!

    Live In Dublin: Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band | Reviewer: Marg
        ------ About the album Live In Dublin: Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band performed by Bruce Springsteen

    The first I watched the dvd of this album was on holidays in Cairns Qld. and I was so moved to buy the double CD in which was also a copy of the DVD. Now I want to tell everyone about how fantastic it is.....

    To fully appreciate each track, they must be listened to at volume. On the DVD, you can actually see everyone onstage, literally a cast of thousands, really enjoying what they're doing and having a high old time of it in Dublin. The first time I listened to the CD in my car, it was almost enough to reduce me to tears, no good thing on the Pacific Highway at speed!

    It's one of those albums that you listen to again and again and again and never fail to be enlivened. Each song is a real toe-tapper as well as a tour-de-force of musicality. Try it.... you'll like it! I guarantee it, especially if you enjoy ragtime jazz and that big-band sound with plenty of horns. Even if you're not a Springsteen fan, as I wasn't particularly, you will come to love The Boss by the time you've heard the entire concert. Every note perfect, his wife Patti Scialfa is a creditable addition and a great foil to Springsteen himself, as are The Sessionettes. This is like no other Springsteen work, discernably Irish folk-sounding, it's a brilliant collection. I hope you enjoy "Live in Dublin: Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band" as much as I have!

    Gobsmacked | Reviewer: andy boyle
        ------ About the album Devils & Dust performed by Bruce Springsteen

    This collection of songs will make you work for it's rewards, but I can promise you, if you have the maturity to listen to 'Reno' without being distracted by the deliberate crudity of the lyric, or the heart that will let you listen to 'The Hitter' and to be moved by it, you will really, REALLY love this album. I used to think Dylan was the greatest lyricist ever. Springsteen creates an intimacy and an open honesty that can break your heart. Not a duff song on the album. I personally enjoyed it better than Darkness On The Edge Of Town.

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