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  1. I wouldn't jump into conclusions just yet if I were you. Like I said the other day, I don't know what's gonna happen to my fandom in the end.
  2. In way I'm not surprised I seem to be the only one who's pissed because of the advert. I certainly do not expect Bruce to be perfect (and I don't care if he fuc** things up in his private life) but for me, it's not like he can do literally anything and I just shrug my shoulders. What he has done now is, IMO, probably the most ridiculous, embarrassing and cheapest thing an artist can ever do career-wise. So, I can't help feeling the way I do. I realized just the other day I'm not proud to be a Bruce fan anymore.
  3. My fandom is wavering big time because of the car advertisement. I find the whole thing just plain ridiculous and such a cheap thing to do. There's no way I could ever justify it. It's not the first time Bruce has made a career move I'm not happy about but now he has certainly crossed a line he should've never crossed. In my books, no self-respecting artist who wants to be taken seriously agrees to polish a commercial brand other than their own. So, I don't think I can respect Bruce as an artist anymore. I never thought this day would ever come so this is a lot to take in. Obviously, I still l
  4. I did like the first song. I'm familiar with some Ryan and Lucinda songs but I'm not really keen on their work (I'm very picky when it comes to music ).
  5. My thoughts exactly! To be honest, I'm shocked, pissed and disappointed. I can't believe he's actually agreed to polish a car manufacturer's brand. I mean seriously.
  6. Now this is the type of music that floats my boat! I gotta learn more about this guy's work (I've never heard of him before). Based on these songs, his writing style is very Springsteenish indeed. Thanks for bringing Slaid to my attention!
  7. I get where you're coming from. When it comes to listening to studio albums, I'm pretty much the same as I don't like to skip or shuffle songs.
  8. I'm pretty much the same. I love hearing live stuff but I hardly ever listen to full shows. Instead, I usually listen to random live songs from here and there. I've never felt the need to buy massive piles of live releases in any format (I prefer spending my hard-earned money on seeing Bruce live).
  9. I'm late to the party but if I could still vote, I'd vote for WS. Even though the album isn't my cup of tea musically, I prefer it lyric-wise. Furthermore, unlike LTY, I find WS very solid and coherent as a whole.
  10. I only very recently listened to the Trenton version and immediately fell in love with it. I like the band version, too, but I think I actually prefer the solo version.
  11. Me neither, actually. Also, I don't like HOATG as a song at all. What I really did enjoy was Long Walk Home. Bruce's voice sounded great.
  12. I'm not that impressed by the song, but I think Bruce's voice sounds good and fits the song very well.
  13. On repeat. I just can't get over how awesome this is. Oh man... (Thanks for posting this, JimCT!)
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