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  1. Still predicting 1992, but now wanting something from 2012 in case one of you was wondering.
  2. I was going to pick St Louis '08 as well for that same reason, but then I remembered "YEAH! YEAH! YEAH! YEAH! YEAH! YEAH! YEAH!"
  3. I really think everyone needs to see it at least once. That's how good it is. Hadn't actually noticed that about Roy being conspicuous by his absence, but to be fair, he's overshadowed by the likes of Lindley and Max, who in watching again plays a freakin' blinder. Funny you mention Suki's playing on "Incident" and Main Point, because that's the one thing I was conflicted about last night. It's damn fine.
  4. If a tree falls in the woods, but nobody is there to hear it, does a new album get released in the next eight months?
  5. July 19th 2021 FOX NEWS BREAKING: Bruce Springsteen creates controversy (AND CASH!) on new Gun N' Roses covers record by covering their cover of Charles Manson's "Look at Your Game, Girl". When asking Bruce Corp. for comment, Springsteen's manager, Mr Landau had the following to say: "Everybody's focusing on the Manson cover, man, but nobody's talking about Bruce's cover of GNR's cover of "Sympathy For The Devil". Bruce has truly done something special with this record, and I'll let you know that there's another album of this style currently on the shelf set to be released soon." Mr Landau concluded the interview referring to, and singing, Springsteen's shocking cover of "Get in the Ring", despite a question about this song not being asked: "And stop asking about that Goddamn Vietnam Vets show! Heavens to Betsy, it wasn't even the best show on the LA stand, dammit! That's why Bruce's "Get in the Ring" is so special and so unique, because he calls out all of those who've panned him in recent years..." "And that goes for all you punks on social media! That want to start shit by printin' lies instead of the things we said That means you Andy Secher at Steve Hoffman Forum Bruce Springsteen Reddit Mick Wall at BTX Bob Guccione Jr. at Greasy Lake" Mr Landau would also sing the expletives regarding intercourse and oral sex, however Fox News, for all of it's credibility (we've got a ton, right!?) refuse to post such filth.
  6. I'm trying to think how that would work. A good scenario would be they play "November Rain" as it is before interpolating "Night Train" as the "don't ya think that ya need somebody / don't ya think that ya need someone" ending section. The best case scenario would be that, but Bruce starts singing the chorus of "Mr Brownstone" to end the song the way he sings the chorus at the end of this
  7. Only 364 days out! I'm counting these two posts as examples of Paolostradamus fwiw.
  8. I mean, I'd be happy with any, but I really love "Night Train". It's my second favourite song of theirs after "November Rain".
  9. While I've gone back to it more than twice, I know what you mean in how there's certain sections of the show I don't go back to much. That "Open All Night" and ending six-pack though, damn it's great stuff.
  10. Are we still doing requests for what we want on the next album??? I'd really appreciate that cover of GNR's "Night Train" that I've been wanting for about 3 years now.
  11. The closest you can get at present is "Seeds" from the '86 Bridge School Benefit. That melody is very similar
  12. I've spent a few minutes trying to come up with a Harrison Ford reference from Star Wars, Indiana Jones and/or Blade Runner to reply with, but I've got nothing. So, erm...
  13. Right, so firstly I'm not sure if I believe what I'm about to post myself, or if I'm just writing this to post the video below again. This is better than any other live version of "Racing in the Street". David Lindley's violin playing here is also better than anything Suki Lahev ever contributed or Soozie Tyrell has contributed or is yet to contribute. I'm also willing to say it's the finest example of Bruce's passion and intensity in one musical performance, even more so than "Badlands" and "The River" on November 5th, 1980 in Tempe, AZ.