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Greetings From Asburk Park, NJ/The Wild, The Innocent, And The E Street Shuffle/Darkness On The Edge Of Town [Box]

Greetings From Asburk Park, NJ/The Wild, The Innocent, And The E Street Shuffle/Darkness On The Edge Of Town [Box]

Artist: Bruce Springsteen

MP3 Album: $0.69 Download

Details

Format: CD
Label: Columbia (USA)
Catalog: 86446
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 04/02/2002
UPC: 696998644625

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Boxed Set

Reviews:

''Darkness on the Edge of Town'' is the fourth album by Bruce Springsteen, released in the late spring of 1978. The album marked the end of a three year period of forced hiatus from recording brought on by contractual obligations and legal battling with former manager Mike Appel. Although the album did not produce high charting singles it nevertheless remained on the charts for 97 weeks. In September 2010 a documentary film chronicling the making of ''Darkness'' was first shown at the Toronto International Film Festival. Quoting Springsteen as saying “More than rich, more than famous, more than happy – I wanted to be great”, reviewer Stephen Whitty of the Newark Star-Ledger commented: "For many fans, that long journey pulled onto the Turnpike here." - Wikipedia