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Springsteen's 'Darkness on the Edge of Town' box set to be released Nov. 16

For Bruce Springsteen fans, Nov. 16 is shaping up as a banner day. That’s when Columbia Records will release “The Promise: The Darkness on the Edge of Town,” a box set focusing on what many Springsteen aficionados consider his most vital period as a recording and touring artist.

The box will include three CDs, including a remastered version of the original album plus a bevy of outtakes, 21 unreleased songs among them, according to an announcement Thursday from the Springsteen camp,. It also will hold three DVDs containing six hours of live and studio footage, including a 1978 Houston concert when Springsteen and the E Street Band were in the midst of their most storied tour and a 90-minute documentary that will debut at the Toronto Film Festival next month. An 80-page book containing images of Springsteen’s original lyrics and notes from the sessions will also be part of the package. The set will also be available in vinyl and Blu-Ray configurations.

Here’s a list of the bonus songs to be included in the set, including Springsteen’s version of “Because of the Night,” which became a hit for its coauthor, Patti Smith:


THE PROMISE (DISC 1)

1. Racing in the Street ('78)
2. Gotta Get That Feeling
3. Outside Looking In
4. Someday (We'll Be Together)
5. One Way Street
6. Because the Night
7. Wrong Side of the Street
8. The Brokenhearted
9. Rendezvous
10. Candy's Boy

THE PROMISE (DISC 2)
1. Save My Love
2. Ain't Good Enough For You
3. Fire
4. Spanish Eyes
5. It's a Shame
6. Come on (Let's Go Tonight)
7. Talk to Me
8. The Little Things (My Baby Does)
9. Breakaway
10. The Promise
11. City of Night

Besides the documentary and a live 2009 performance of “Darkness on the Edge of Town” in Ashbury Park, N.J., the videos will include the following vintage concert and studio performances:

THRILL HILL VAULT (1976-1978)
1. Save My Love (Holmdel, NJ ‘76)
2. Candy's Boy (Holmdel, NJ ‘76)
3. Something in the Night (Red Bank, NJ ‘76)
4. Don't Look Back (NYC ‘78)
5. Ain't Good Enough For You (NYC ‘78)
6. The Promise (NYC ‘78)
7. Candy's Room demo (NYC ‘78)
8. Badlands (Phoenix ‘78)
9. The Promised Land (Phoenix ‘78)
10. Prove it All Night (Phoenix ‘78)
11. Born to Run (Phoenix ‘78)
12. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (Phoenix ‘78)

HOUSTON '78 BOOTLEG
1. Badlands
2. Streets of Fire
3. It's Hard to be a Saint in the City
4. Darkness on the Edge of Town
5. Spirit in the Night
6. Independence Day
7. The Promised Land
8. Prove it All Night
9. Racing in the Street
10. Thunder Road
11. Jungleland
12. The Ties That Bind
13. Santa Claus is Coming to Town
14. The Fever
15. Fire
16. Candy's Room
17. Because the Night
18. Point Blank
19. She's the One
20. Backstreets
21. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
22. Born to Run
23. Detroit Medley
24. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
25. You Can't Sit Down
26. Quarter to Three

From: http://leisureblogs.chicagotribune.c...ed-nov-16.html

http://www.sonymusicdigital.com/bruce-springsteen-the-promise/pages/5634215/
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So ummm.... Are you a Springsteen's fan?


Just wondering  :?
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you're not?
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Shouldn't this be moved to the MOVIES & DVDS forum?
"Listen to the mustn'ts, child. Listen to the don'ts. Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me . . . Anything can happen, child. Anything can be"

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you're not?

I like songs and music from lots of folk. A lot of his work is great, but I'm not a fan of anyone.
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My hearing's so bad that I can follow the beat but can't understand a word of the lyrics.  Makes listening to a lot of music much easier than it used to be but the one type of music I can't tolerate, because of the beat, is type that grew out of the ghetto dozens game.  Rap, that's it, Rap that stuff jars the soul.
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Now Brian. You shouldn't insult music or song by using those words to describe rap.

If we put what we call music at the top of the list, belch and fart would fall some where way below music. Then Rap would be so far below those two it would be out of sight.


In case you can't tell, I do not like rap.
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IMO Rap isn't music either, that's why I said it jars the soul.
The beat is like listening to a stuck record, remember those?  I find it physically offensive, then, on those occassions when I've found out what the lyrics were, I found them morally offensive.
IMO, if you listen to rap for very long you become hypnotized by it.
It is very effective as a means of morally corrupting a generation or 2.
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Living amongst Springsteen fanatics was hard to do back then, I believe I was the only one in NJ that did not care for his songs, don't get me wrong, Bruce wrote some great music and had a talented band to back him up, but I just could not stand the local stuff. Bruce had no problem selling out 5 or 6 nights in a row in Philadelphia, he probably could do it today.  :)

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see, that one word that was used blew the excitement of the whole thing for me.

You had to go and say Springsteen.

Use of such foul language is really un-necessary.

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