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Lucky Town album for sale by Bruce Springsteen was released Apr 18, 2006 on the Columbia label. After a five year recording hiatus following the emotionally eloquent TUNNEL OF LOVE (and a subsequent world tour), Springsteen returned in 1992 with the tandem release of HUMAN TOUCH and LUCKY TOWN. Though released separately, both albums signalled the singer's more mature preoccupation with introspective, complicated themes of desire, despair and regret Lucky Town CD music. The albums were also Springsteen's first without the full E Street Band. Lucky Town CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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Much better than Human touch, more natural sound and fluent songs. The productions is also closer to what we expect from Bruce and there are a lot of good songs. I listened to Huma Touch before this and I was worried, but with Lucky Town I was sure not to have lost the boss.
By Daniele (Venice, Italy)
||Go Even Deeper Boss!!!|
The Boss is the hoss of the USA. Yes, he is and he goes down deep into your soul. He goes down very deep. Get this one for your Boss music collection. It is a hot one.
By jejr9 (Irvine)
||Bruce is the Boss|
I haven't listen to this cd in a year since i lost my cd. so i bought it again....wow is bruce a phenominal artist!!! he knows how to reach down deep.
By a reviewer (Pearl River, NY)
|Most personal album??|
This album has not faded in strength like the simultaneously released Human Touch. That one was fancied up a bit too much and the songs were universal in approach, rather than more personal. I think Lucky Town is the most personal of all Bruce's albums - it was certainly written and recorded in the shortest time frame. It just seems like there was less time to edit, and revise, and think it over, and try to fit it into a grand theme - all of which Bruce does extraordinarily well, but for Lucky Town he just let it go in a few weeks and here it is. That's why it feels so personal. Five of the songs are clearly tied to his wife and new family, especially "Better Days", "Leap of Faith", and "Living Proof". "Souls of the Departed" is a reflection on the first Iraq war - like Devils & Dust is a reflection on the second one. I play this CD quite frequently - and my wife likes it very much as well. I think it just has plenty of heart in the right place, and I recommend it.
By Michael (Canal Winchester, OH, USA)
||Great Overlooked Album|
At a time when expectations were far too unrealistic The Boss & Columbia decided to provide free donuts at certain major outlets so that fans could have a virtual breakfast with their idol while purchasing not 1 but 2 newly released albums, the other being Human Touch. Both albums were fine by anyone else's standards, only anticipation was too high. I still think these albums deserve 5 stars and THEY DO improve with age. In my case what I have done is taken several songs from the Backtracks box set and sprinkled them between some of the cracks in these albums somewhat in my opinion fortifying the originals...it really seems to work. If you are a Springsteen fan and have got past Born to Run and are too astute to settle for meaningless compilation albums, you should purchase Lucky Town & Human Touch...
By faust8577 (Lorraine, Que. Canada)
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