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  1. #11

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    Thanks, I hope so. The last two sites I was on kinda just went nowhere fast, this site seems to have a more versatile and friendly interface. I'm trying to meet people in my area, I don't like being on computers very much. So to anyone reading this; If you're in Washington in the Tacoma area or nearby, message me and maybe we can hit off.

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spruce Bringsteen View Post
    I was on some other similar sites as this one but they were'nt as developed. Hopefully I can get something out of this one.
    Hi.

    Lol @ your username.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spruce Bringsteen View Post
    Anyone have any tips on how to work this site?
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    Haha yeah, I thought it was pretty clever myself.
    I like your signature. When I first read it I was like, hmm I like that sounds INFJish must be from an INFJ, sure enough.
    And I hadn't heard that quote from him before either, that's a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spruce Bringsteen View Post
    And I hadn't heard that quote from him before either, that's a good one.
    I think so too.

    What's your favorite Springsteen album? Darkness on the edge of town, Born to Run, or Born in the USA? Or perhaps something else..

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    Spring who? Just kidding.
    It's hard to say, lots of good stuff and different themes/vibes/directions on every album. I like all of his albums, it's all listenable for me.
    But I like "The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle" album a lot, that's a solid album with lots of crowd favorites still on the setlist. "4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" one of my favorite songs by him. "New York City Serenade" is great, I like long songs, especially his long songs and when he does them even longer in concert. Not a weak song on that album.
    Born to Run is awesome of course, great sound and great mix of songs with all the charachters, etc. I love the violin/piano intro on "Jungleland" that's just one of the most beautiful bits of music I have ever heard. Love Born to Run, quintessential Springsteen, just the highest energy from a song you could see at a concert. All great songs on BTR. I guess I don't have a favorite album, I really love listening to he 1975/85 live album, the songs are way more powerful live and love the stories too especially on "The River" but I could go on for a long time. Springsteen is prolific and up there with Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and some of the others that are still releassing stuff that I enjoy despite the ever changing "music trends".

    How bout you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spruce Bringsteen View Post
    Spring who? Just kidding.
    It's hard to say, lots of good stuff and different themes/vibes/directions on every album. I like all of his albums, it's all listenable for me.
    But I like "The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle" album a lot, that's a solid album with lots of crowd favorites still on the setlist. "4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" one of my favorite songs by him. "New York City Serenade" is great, I like long songs, especially his long songs and when he does them even longer in concert. Not a weak song on that album.
    Born to Run is awesome of course, great sound and great mix of songs with all the charachters, etc. I love the violin/piano intro on "Jungleland" that's just one of the most beautiful bits of music I have ever heard. Love Born to Run, quintessential Springsteen, just the highest energy from a song you could see at a concert. All great songs on BTR. I guess I don't have a favorite album, I really love listening to he 1975/85 live album, the songs are way more powerful live and love the stories too especially on "The River" but I could go on for a long time. Springsteen is prolific and up there with Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and some of the others that are still releassing stuff that I enjoy despite the ever changing "music trends".

    How bout you?
    Ooh.. I pretty much only know those three albums that I mentioned, save for a handful of other songs from others. I like Born to Run the best. I agree he's up there with people like Neil and Bob.

    Will have to look into those other albums you mentioned, thanks!

    I also like Nebraska.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrderOfTheCaelifera View Post
    Born In The USA or Greatest Hits are very good.
    Some of Bruce & The E Street Band's live shows were nearly as good as their concerts.
    example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXFWXgFk5Jo Pardon the link but I customized all my settings the first day & I've since been unable to post Youtube videos. Go figure eh.
    Greatest hits doesn't count!

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    Ohhh, I see.
    Yeah, Born To Run has the all around best sound and best songs on any of his records in my opinion. I find my self listening a lot to Born To Run, Darkness On The Edge Of Town, The River, and various songs from newer albums. I like "Working On A Dream" a lot, really good song, "Girls In Their Summer Clothes", "Magic", "Radio Nowhere", etc. I need to listen more to his 90's stuff and onward though, still haven't heard all of them.
    Oh yes, Nebraska is awesome!

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    Springsteens next master piece "Born To Run In The USA"!!!
    Live at the Hammersmith is a great show! All the songs he does from the first album sound drastically better than on the record. And love the cover songs he does as well.

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    I forgot about The River.

    That's a good one too.

    haha.. strong thread.

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