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Rocking forward

The other day I went to this flea market in my neighborhood, and I logically stopped at the record stall. While I went through my usual wallet carnage, a young kid came over and quite shyly asked if there were Springsteen records, since he had none and was trying to fill this gap in his musical education. 199 more words

Born In The USA

How Bruce Springsteen Helped Me Face My Childhood Bullies

Sarah recently wrote a story for Consequence Of Sound’s Aux.Out section about how she learned to love a post-irony music world via Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness At The Edge Of Town… 56 more words

Shameless Promotion

Unwitting Selfies: Fiction and Self Exposure

Nowadays, it’s a truism that we live in a culture saturated with self-exposure. The spectrum of possibilities runs from simple Facebook selfies, through blogs and feelpinions, and probably ends somewhere in the murky waters of uploading amateur porn. 757 more words

Jessie Cole

Bruce Springsteen - Darkness On The Edge Of Town (1978)

“Everybody’s got a secret, sonny,

Something that they just can’t face,

Some folks spend their whole lives trying to keep it,

They carry it with them every step that they take. 453 more words


Confessions Of A Restive Heart: “Darkness on the Edge of Town” by Bruce Springsteen

For all those prone to the specific kind of angst that comes with being a restless creature in a stifling gutter of the world that is decaying around you, I would highly recommend taking the time to listen to Bruce Springsteen’s “Darkness on the Edge of Town” from the album of the same name. 251 more words


Career Best: Bruce Springsteen's Best Albums

One of my favorite days so far this year was the day in May that I got to see Bruce Springsteen in concert. Vicky was unable to come due to a misunderstanding at the hotel with our dog, so I went by myself. 1,017 more words


Career Best: Bruce Springsteen's Best Songs

Career Best is a feature in which I look back on the career of one of my favorite artists and walk through their best albums and songs. 2,629 more words