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  1. Holy Shit!!!! ”If I Was the Priest” Is amazing. The vocals are pure Bruce, just awesome. Best recording of his in a while, in my opinion. Wow. Blown away! Album is full of good songs, not a bad one in the bunch. He sounds great. Tons of rocking band music, lots of melody, and plenty of growers once we learn the tune and words. Very nice album. Thank you again, Bruce!!!!
  2. Holy shit!!!!! "If I Was the Priest" is nothing short of amazing! Gives me chills from the very beginning. This is my favorite thing he's recorded in a long while. Album overall is pretty good . . . not really a bad tune in the bunch. Nothing else that stands out to me like "Priest" but tons of great band sound, lots of melodies, and plenty of growers once you learn the words and tune. Thank you, Bruce!!!!!
  3. Yep, “Letter” has grown on me too. It’s also better the louder you play it. In another post you mentioned wanting more pronounced sax on “Ghosts” and I have to agree. Other than that, no complaints about “Ghosts” . . . I love it.
  4. Sax seems to come in right about the 4:50 mark and kind of continues throughout. It starts shorty after the band count-in. Definitely not overdone though, but it’s there.
  5. Yes!!!! Ghosts is awesome. The band is back in full force with this one. Play it loudly and then play it again! Really ready for this album now.
  6. Couldn’t do 10, just couldn’t. So, here’s my current Top 25, in the order they popped in my head. . Badlands Jungleland Tougher than the Rest Prove it all Night The Promised Land The Price You Pay I Wish I Were Blind Thunder Road Land of Hope and Dreams (Live Version) Atlantic City (Post-Reunion Style) Incident on 57th Street Candy’s Room None but the Brave This Hard Land Wrecking Ball My Love Will Not Let You Down Ghost of Tom Joad (High Hopes style) Rosalita Sherry Darling Long Walk
  7. My two cents: I love the way he sings the word "pain" at the 2:52 mark . . . for me, it's those little snippets of raw emotion that bring his studio tracks alive. I hear a lot of "'I'll Work for Your Love" in this tune . . . a lot, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. The lyrics are nice, but perhaps a little broad. It's a solid enough song and the E Street sound is definitely there and that ALWAYS gives me chills during a first listen. I hope there a few grittier/angrier rockers in this batch of tunes. I love everything he does, hell, I love him, so I
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