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Born To Run by Bruce Springsteen (1975) #335/1001

Well it didn’t take Bruce long to pop up again did it.  Having listened to Darkness On The Edge Of Town near the beginning of this project, and for the large part not particularly enjoying it, I was not filled with enthusiasm when this one came out of the hat.

And I was right.  If anything I liked this one less than his later effort.  As I said for his last record, I just don’t connect with it.  His music really doesn’t mean anything to me.  I’m not going to put him down because a lot of people like him and I suppose I can kind of see why but it just doesn’t do it for me.  Sorry Bruce.

Next record: Life’s Too Good by The Sugarcubes

Born To Run by Bruce Springsteen (1975) #335/1001

Well it didn’t take Bruce long to pop up again did it. Having listened to Darkness On The Edge Of Town near the beginning of this project, and for the large part not particularly enjoying it, I was not filled with enthusiasm when this one came out of the hat.

And I was right. If anything I liked this one less than his later effort. As I said for his last record, I just don’t connect with it. His music really doesn’t mean anything to me. I’m not going to put him down because a lot of people like him and I suppose I can kind of see why but it just doesn’t do it for me. Sorry Bruce.

Next record: Life’s Too Good by The Sugarcubes

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