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4/23/1988 L.A. Sports Arena Released

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Something to look forward to when I get home from work, can't wait!

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Yay!

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What a surprise!!!

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Haven't heard any of the show (I don't think) and according to a few on the other thread Two Faces is on the setlist.

I'll be in.

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Today is Wednesday, day of Marsh's slot on E Street. Maybe it will get a little spin on air.

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Shame Walk Like A Man isn't on the setlist... Maybe they should've gone with the first night?

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Viewing the setlist now, Across The Borderline is on there (premier no less). Damn.

Looks good overall.

Also wonder if All That Heaven Will Allow is as good as it is on Stockholm.

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Shame Walk Like A Man isn't on the setlist... Maybe they should've gone with the first night?

Apparently only 4th and 5th night were recorded... and 1st night did not have Across The Borderline.

2nd and 3rd night had Backstreets in that spot (before Dancing In

The Dark) - you can not satisfy everyone.

Edit-looks now this is wrong and 2nd night was recorded, too.

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Looks good.

Let's hope they've edited out Part Man, Part Monkey.

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I know....It's not there yet, Dave Marsh said on E Street Radio that it would be up at Noon Eastern.

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Looks good.

Let's hope they've edited out Part Man, Part Monkey.

LOL, indeed... and maybe replaced it with Boom Boom from a European show.

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Looks good.

Let's hope they've edited out Part Man, Part Monkey.

A song about the duality of human nature. It's one of the most powerful songs he wrote during the late '80's. I'd rate it over a fair part of the Tol album.

Plus it's kinda catchy.

What's the problem?

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Looks good.

Let's hope they've edited out Part Man, Part Monkey.

A song about the duality of human nature. It's one of the most powerful songs he wrote during the late '80's. I'd rate it over a fair part of the Tol album.

Plus it's kinda catchy.

What's the problem?

Wow!

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According to Dave Marsh @SXMEStreetRadio 4/28/1988 LA show is the next live official release. Coming real soon.”

WTF is "real soon"?

Weak sauce.....

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Looks good.

Let's hope they've edited out Part Man, Part Monkey.

LOL, indeed... and maybe replaced it with Boom Boom from a European show.

The only '88 live version of it on Youtube is a real stinker but after being a fan of the Devils & Dust tour version of it ever since I first heard it, I must say that somewhere in the last few weeks I fell in love with the Tracks version. It's fun, it's smart and the poor production for some reason doesn't bother me anymore. I hope this version is better than that one on Youtube...

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Seems like no one knows what is going on....

or 4/23 “@backstreetsmag: next in the @Springsteen live archive series is 4/23/88, night 2 from LA stand, due later today. Yes, 4/23!”

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Seems like no one knows what is going on....

or 4/23 “@backstreetsmag: next in the @Springsteen live archive series is 4/23/88, night 2 from LA stand, due later today. Yes, 4/23!”

This is interesting...

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Maybe they're releasing at noon in each time zone? It's 9:55am on the west coast and nothin' yet...

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Wow. Where did this come from? How come nobody picked up on this before?

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