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Buddhabone

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About Buddhabone

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  • Birthday 03/23/1969

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    California
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    Male
  • Springsteen fan since?
    1980
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  1. I love this recording. I played it today. It was so better latter on the tour and the original material was so well done. I really thing D&D and Jesus were great. Looking forward to the next one whenever it comes.
  2. I really want that in good quality. There are boots that are good.
  3. I just want a Bruce Springsteen record right now.
  4. Acording to a poster at BTX, the new album is coming this fall. It is called Arcade at Night. I don't know how reliable that information is, but it sounds good to me. This taken with the confirmation that Tracks 2 isnt happening in 2020 makes perfect sense. I also love the title. Let's discuss...
  5. In a way yes. There are albums that all came out at once and then albums he labored over to a huge extent. Both of those finished projects could have been 3 or 4 different records. I read a book by Clinton Heylin who goes into incredible detail. It's fascinating. Over time, all of these wonderful outtakes have come to light through deluxe sets and tracks, not to mention the Greatest hits record in 95 or Essential in 2003. I love all this shit at the end of the day.
  6. I think all of it is autobiographical, while at the same time being a complete fabrication. There is truth, deep truth in fiction. What isn't a fabrication is the lonlieness at the heart of all the behavior, The people in the songs act out in violent ways to express the lonlieness and isolation at the heart of it. The song that comes to mind to me is "Nebraska". I love his introduction of it in Kansas City in 1984. How isolation can lead to explosions of violence. I myself have always related my own issues to this music. I have a memory of the great Woody Allen film where it is said that art c
  7. I know there are folks really sad about this one, but I love it....wow.
  8. I love it, as some of you would expect. An important message from our hero: Roll up your sleeves, there is work to do, but rejoice in the struggle!!!
  9. Me too. This music lights us up. Hope. Faith. Love. The endless single moment. Dreams are alive.
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