The Boss announces new album

2022-09-29 by Fernando Alves STAFF | 10 Comments
Bruce Springsteen has announced he will be releasing a cover album, Only The Strong Survive, on November 11th through Columbia. The Boss' upcoming release is a celebration of soul music with 15 songs from the catalogues of Motown, Gamble and Huff, Stax and more.

The music video for the cover of Frank Wilson's 'Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)' can be seen below.





Tracklist:
1. Only the Strong Survive
2. Soul Days (feat. Sam Moore)
3. Nightshift
4. Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)
5. The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
6. Turn Back the Hands of Time
7. When She Was My Girl
8. Hey, Western Union Man
9. I Wish It Would Rain
10. Don’t Play That Song
11. Any Other Way
12. I Forgot to Be Your Lover’ (feat. Sam Moore)
13. 7 Rooms of Gloom
14. What Becomes of the Brokenhearted
15. Someday We’ll Be Together

Pre-order at: https://brucespringsteen.lnk.to/OnlyTheStrongSurvive

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mkmusic1995
September 29th 2022
612 Comments


Okie dokie

wham49
September 29th 2022
6261 Comments


I love the Early Bruce records, but the the last 10 years or so it seems as if he went off the deep end a little, turning into a characature of himself

Minushuman24
September 29th 2022
4961 Comments


I mean, no doubt I will listen to it. Not too jazzed on it being soul cover album, but I suppose he's one of the classic rock artists who is more well equipped to handle them.

Odal
September 29th 2022
1344 Comments


The last two records were a really nice bounce back in quality. He's aged gracefully, even with all the bumps in the road and missteps. Will definitely check this out

SteavisButthead
September 29th 2022
34 Comments


"okie dokie".

If you're not a fan, no one invited you here to comment. Remember that.

Sunnyvale
Staff Reviewer
September 29th 2022
4445 Comments


Not expecting too much from this as a covers album, but the last two albums have been pretty killer.

wham49
September 29th 2022
6261 Comments


Everybody ends up doing something like this though, look at Dylan

I guess he earned the right

But is this his choice, I’m hoping he would be able to decline things Che don’t want to do

dedex
Contributing Reviewer
September 30th 2022
11941 Comments


dude is just having fun

cool project, will def listen as his last two have been very good

Zakusz
September 30th 2022
901 Comments


New Bruce is always a good thing, even if its not the "right" kind of Bruce

prnzokoshiro
October 4th 2022
38 Comments


The Boss Abides.

agreed about last 2 albums - last one even evoked that 'xmas sound' nostalgia for his early works... so yea. and especially those decidedly offbeat choices for soul covers kinda makes this slap n fap already



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