February 3, 2012 in Music Album
Music Reintroduced with Bruce Springsteen songs
New music in form of upcoming album titled ‘Wrecking Ball’ will have more edge to Bruce Springsteen songs. This blue collar rock maestro has been working on his new album that is due on 5th of March in UK and 6th March in the US. It has taken inspiration from the Occupy movement. The writing is certainly going to be some of the best possible in his career. There were many fans looking forward to a tour by Bruce Springsteen in 2012 and it turned out to be a big success. You can find his music all over the internet. Lend your ear to his new hit single ‘We Take Care of Our Own’.
If you are a big fan of Bruce Springsteen songs, make sure to hear all these songs, some you may already know whereas some you would love to hear.
‘Land of Hope and Dreams’
After reuniting with his band, Bruce Springsteen had no recording plans in his mind. Instead in 1999, he chose to debut his stellar song and this song was played on each and every one of his tour. It is more of a song giving an optimistic approach to the whole album that has more of an angry tone to it.
In 2006 the tune ‘We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions’ had limit and it only covered the old style folk songs. But it was only during the trip that Bruce Springsteen actually unveiled the original song ‘American Land’. In the Madison Square Garden, New York City fans were the first one to hear the song. After reappearance of the same song on the E-Street Band’s tour titled Magic in 2007 it was a big hit. Although the Wrecking Ball version of this song is still uncertain, it will be more of anti-immigrant style hysteria knockout.
All the Bruce Springsteen songs are popular but this album is awaited anxiously. The Giant Stadium saw the artist perform with his E-Street Band in 2009. There had been clear parallels between Springsteen and the venue. It is going to be on the album, but in original form or with changed lines such as ‘My home is here in Meadlowands’ is now certain.
‘We Take Care of Our Own’
Make sure to listen to the Wrecking Ball album when it is released with all 9 songs, including this last song. Bruce Springsteen songs have a message and this one is quiet clear that America is not living to the image it has setup and people are living on their own.
Make sure to explore all the Bruce Springsteen songs and get the feel of this forthcoming album.