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Tha Fuckin' Boss

Classic era ('Greetings' through to 'Tunnel') ranked bitches
8 Bruce Springsteen
Greetings From Asbury Park N.J

His debut is still awesome even though I've ranked it last, God dammit. Best songs; Spirit in the Night,
Blinded by the Light, Growin' Up
7Bruce Springsteen
The River

A brilliant achievement by the Boss, a near-flawless double album. Best songs: The River, Independence Day,
Hungry Heart, Point Blank, The Price You Pay
6Bruce Springsteen
Tunnel of Love

I actually really like this one, more personal than previous releases and all the better for it despite a few
weak tracks. Best songs: One Step Up (devastating), Tougher than the Rest, Valentine's Day, Brilliant
Disguise, Two Faces
5 Bruce Springsteen
The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle

When The Boss was just enjoying himself, before the lawsuits and the pressure and the recessions and
terrorist attacks, just rocking and drinking beer. Best songs: Rosalita (Come Out Tonight), Incident on 57th
Street, New York City Serenade, 4th of July Asbury Park (Sandy)
4Bruce Springsteen
Born in the USA

Where it started to go downhill but it's just a damn fun rock album, nowhere near the best that the Boss has
to offer however but stick this on while driving. Best songs: Born in the USA (I know but it's just a damn good
song), My Hometown, No Surrender, Dancing in the Dark, Glory Days
3Bruce Springsteen

Devastating .... Listening to this in the dark is simply haunting. One of the best 'real mood' albums of all
time and very underrated. Best songs: Nebraska, Atlantic City, Johnny 99, Highway Patrolman, Reason to
2Bruce Springsteen
Darkness on the Edge of Town

The Boss full of anger. After 3 years forced hiatus due to a legal battle he returns having looked at his
homeland and seen not the land of hope and dreams he thought it was but a harsh reality of a struggling
working-class and he decided to write about it and the results are brilliant. Best songs: Racing in the Street,
Badlands, Darkness on the Edge of Town, The Promised Land, Something in the Night, Streets of Fire
1Bruce Springsteen
Born to Run

Here we go, the best Bruce album of his classic era and of all time. He will never top this and in truth not
many artists ever have or will top its sheer scale and power. I could go on for ages about the songs here
but I'll sum up 'Thunder Road' with a quote 'there were ghosts in the eyes of all the boys you sent away,
they haunt this dusty beach road in the skeleton-frames of burned out chevrolets' summing up the
American Dream and escapism like nobody ever has before. The Boss at his best. Best songs: All of them
!! especially Thunder Road, Born to Run, Backstreets and Jungleland
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