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  • Springsteen fan since?
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  1. Well the thing is, it was not an outtake but, as we all know, the B-Side of a single. Not an unknown song which stayed in the vault for years to be finally released on Tracks. Could there be a difference in appreciation for the song between those of us who know the song since 1985 and those who know the song since release of Tracks or later? Or is this nonsense?
  2. Fall 1984 shows indeed. The Nebraska segment with sometimes 4 or even 5 Nebraska songs in a row. Racing In The Street 1984 version. Not so great: Growing Up with Bear Story. Personally I also always had a soft spot for the very early shows of the tour (pre-New Jersey shows) because these shows sound really fresh, with Nils and Patti new band members and the BUSA Tour setlist still a work-in-progress.
  3. Trash, Trampoline And The Party Girl (U2). (B-side of vinyl single, and not a good song; also released as Party Girl in a much improved (live) version on the live album Under A Blood Red Sky)
  4. Diamonds on the soles of her shoes.
  5. High Low And Inbetween. (Townes Van Zandt)
  6. Never Again. (Richard and Linda Thompson)
  7. After the Nebraska box set announcement. (Maybe more likely a 2CD or 3CD set and not a box set). However, the special New Zealand only release will have an extra bonus CD, Electric Nebraska.
  8. Do you really want to hurt me?
  9. Look Sharp! (Joe Jackson)