HeroOfVirtue

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About HeroOfVirtue

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  • Birthday 09/10/1991

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  • Location
    Boston, MA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Springsteen fan since?
    2007
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    Wave! Sway! Both!
  • Interests
    Listening to Bruce, the Calculus, reading, watching Lost and The Office, and getting 5's!

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    cloudstrife73
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  1. Interesting to see Radio Nowhere as the modern day choice, skipping various songs from The Rising, Long Walk Home, and Wrecking Ball. I like it a lot and it is thematically appropriate, I just think other songs are more obvious.
  2. Stepping away from the spirit of inclusion for a moment, the only strings I really need are on the piano.
  3. Come on Dan, excluding instruments isn't very rock and roll!
  4. Needs tracks from The Rising. Into the Fire, The Rising (with real strings instead of the dull keyboard sounds!), Countin' on a Miracle, You're Missing.
  5. You gotta shake hands with your feelings in the wicked sensitive crew.
  6. I'll take any band show featuring Danny as more than just a phantom. If that isn't possible just give me Devils & Dust or SSB! I predict something from 1985. Maybe a Giants Stadium show that was already sampled on Live/1975-85.
  7. Oh my word, we need earlier notice of these things! I missed the last one entirely because I found out too late.
  8. I signed up. On first glance it is very cool! This is the sort of thing I've always wanted to do for myself but the amount of data entry would be so tedious. This is very user friendly and spits out many interesting stats. EDIT: Example of a cool stat - I have been to 21 shows and I have had 14 different opening songs. Only 4 repeat openers. I never would have realized my experience featured that level of diversity.
  9. https://www.boston.com/culture/entertainment/2020/05/18/dropkick-murphys-fenway-bruce-springsteen "The band will also be joined remotely by rock legend Bruce Springsteen for a special “double play” of one Dropkick song and one Springsteen song."
  10. I'm looking forward to watching this again. I haven't seen it since it hit theaters because I love it but on principal I refuse to shell out $30 for one Blu-ray in 2020, that's absurd. I just got like 20 discs of Lord of the Rings goodness for $50. Keep up Bruce.
  11. Oh man. I am in that video a few times. First in the door, baby. You'd have thought the lottery I won was for a million bucks. I got drenched in the champagne he sprayed. That was a killer weekend.
  12. You are not. Guitars where keys are supposed to be have been something of a problem in the modern era, in my opinion.
  13. It needs more from The River in general. That is my favorite summer album.
  14. "When the party's over and the cheering is all gone Will you know me, will I know you, will I know you?" Beautifully sad lyrics.
  15. As much as I love The Ghost of Tom Joad and strongly support the political message Bruce was sending, I really wish he had chosen a rendition of Long Walk Home instead, as it is one of my very favorite songs.