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  1. No worries thanks for being so quick with the other one!
  2. A couple bizarre requests. 03/23/09 and 08/25/09
  3. High Hopes was essentially tacked on as an extension of the already massive Wrecking Ball tour though right? At least in my mind it is.
  4. Genesis just announced arena dates for the end of this year. Does Phil know something we don’t?
  5. I learned my lesson trying to find the leak of WOAD all those years ago.
  6. I can’t find it and I’m supposed to be the age that knows how to use the internet.
  7. Thanks so much! I’ll do deep digging for the other one.
  8. Hey everyone! Today is the 15th anniversary of my first (alive) Bruce show. (There was an “in utero” show a few weeks before I was born. Actually the 9/02 Tinley show requested above.) Idiot’s Delight was the first song played and that’s where my name comes from I’m looking for both audience recordings of the 10/13/05 Chicago United Center show. I wanna try and mix a best possible version of this. Thanks in advance!
  9. Thanks! Sorry I thought I had posted the date as well.
  10. Is it bizarre to just request one song? Because I need the Portland 78 version of Independence Day. I’ve got it on a cassette but I don’t have a functional deck anymore.
  11. I feel like there’s no way this song was written in 1979/80. At least not the lyrics. “Kensington Blue” is right from 07/08 Bruce vernacular.
  12. Unfortunately he was only provided with a “ruff” mix.
  13. I really need to dig up the artwork I made for this in 2008. Once you see it I really don’t know how anyone could believe it’s real.
  14. It’s different now. I joined over 12 years ago after a year or so of lurking and, to be honest, I think NS81 broke a lot of people down.
  15. I apologize. This was in reference to a btx thread from about 12 years ago. I made it as a joke for the oldtimers. I’m definitely not an insider.
  16. The vinyl always sounded a little better than the CD for me, but I kind of like the squashed mix, it sounds so dirty and wrong in the best way possible. I don't know, I'll have to check out the HD files at some point.
  17. Hi! Does anyone have a working link for 10/13/2005 Chicago? It was my first show and my CD was skipping so bad yesterday I couldn't listen to it. Thanks!
  18. This has been said by some to be his best album since Magic, I agree. However; that is like saying The Final Cut was Waters-Led Pink Floyds best album of the 80s. That may be true, but it doesn't mean it's a great record. Hitch Hikin' is really growing on me after three listens. I'm already singing along and that's a good sign. It knows it's a simple song, and it doesn't pretend to be anything else(see Smokey Joes Cafe, Somewhere North of Nashville.) The Wayfarer: Holy cow is this a song that goes in every conceivable easy listening direction Burt Bacharach had wet dreams about in the late 60s. I still don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing, or just a thing. Many of the songs seem to tackle aging in one way or another, from Tuscon Train's aged relationship insights to The Stuntman's ailing body, and at almost 70 frankly it's about time Springsteen wrote about his generation current. With the exception of Sundown, I like the rest of the tracks, though most are only okay. Moonlight Motel though is a killer last track. I love it. It's the best song on the record maybe. Either that or Hello Sunshine.
  19. If anyone could make my work day better, I'd appreciate it
  20. The Coasters is what the title makes me think of. I'm very curious to hear this one.
  21. I don't wanna risk having madge on repeat tomorrow But some direction I guess could prevent this.
  22. My record store doesn't have it in yet, they're not sure they'll have it on Friday even. This isn't looking good for me.
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