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  • Audio CD (May 1 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: FAB DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B0012GMWCA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
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Japanese pressing of the 1992 original release is a limited edition packaged in a paper sleeve. CBS. 2005.


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Save for a couple of tunes, this one is a dud. After the massive success of the 80's, he seemed lost in the early 90's. This is the product of a spent force. Glad he rebounded in recent years, but this is the beginning of his trip to the wilderness.
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As Bruce Springsteen grew in stature and fame, touching audiences who were not content to bob their heads to vacuous pop pap, he seared hearts with cautionary and familiar tales of the dark desperation in our lives that drags us all down and the admonishment to believe it didn't have to be that way. To rise above the Badlands of our births, to pull ourselves away from the flow of fate and find the promised land of our dreams. He said, I know you, I love you, and I respect you. You are all my people and I believe in you like you believe in me. Don't give up, don't surrender. Join together, even if it's just two or three of you, and make a courageous stand. Take the risk of believing in your self in the face of all the darkness that says you can't and the whisper in your own soul that says it's too late.
Yet the emptiness can't be overcome alone. There comes a day when solitude confines and the heart seeks a connection that can only come from the greatest risk, to accept the love of another and vow to make a great life together. A day when all those sweet songs of yesterday have to stop playing in our head and reality must finally be faced once and for all. Bruce loved and lost, married a dream girl, and lost her quickly. He was left wondering if he had been nothing but a gilded sham. On the cusp of middle-age, was he really able to offer the world anything more of substance if he couldn't even build a genuine intimate life with one person? He had explored the darkness for many years and realized that the old saying was true: stare into the abyss too long and the abyss stares back into you. Only real love could keep him from falling in, once again.
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By A Customer on Sept. 26 2003
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I'm from NJ & grew up listening to this guy. Yes, like most of the masses, I was pissed when he struck out on his own, but got over it after listening to this album & Human Touch a few times. The first 5 songs are outstanding as well as Leap of Faith. The album ends a little bit weird, with pseudo-love ballads similar to Tunnel of Love. They seemed like 'filler' songs, but won't get you laughed at if you're listening to them in your car or dwelling. He seemed to shun most of the songs from Tunnel, Lucky Town & Human Touch on his last couple of tours.. If we're going to buy them, he should reach deep into his archives & crank a few more of those tunes out in the Meadowlands.
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This album spawned only two Top 10 hits,BETTER DAYS and the title track. That's why I entitled this review "A not-so LUCKY TOWN". However,country star Faith Hill covered IF I SHOULD FALL BEHIND several years later. All the other songs are pretty good. This album's twin,HUMAN TOUCH had no more sales success than this. I'm not saying either album flopped,but neither was a megahit like THE RIVER,BORN IN THE U.S.A. and TUNNEL OF LOVE.
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Bruce Springsteen, who has been known as a guy to listen to on a dreary day, comes through big time here. If you're going through some tough times and need a sort of tangible hope, you'll find it here. Optomism oozes from every night and it'll make you feel warm inside. This is a real winner and anybody who says this is a week Bruce release are gravely mistaken in my book.
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By A Customer on Dec 1 2003
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This album, along with Human Touch, are probably the most under-rated of all of Springsteen's albums. I really think that the radio airplay in the early 90s missed the mark totally, by ignoring songs like "If I Should Fall Behind", "Leap of Faith", "Living Proof", "Book of Dreams", and "My Beautiful Reward".
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