Posted in music on October 7, 2007

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band in Philly, Oct 6, 2007 (CRED)
Bruce Springsteen @ The Wachovia Center

"This would mark Springsteen's third No. 1 on The Billboard 200 among his last four studio albums." [Billboard]. AOL is still streaming the album for free.

Bruce's Saturday night Philly setlist below....

October 6, 2007 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center

Night
Radio Nowhere
Prove It All Night
Gypsy Biker
Magic
Reason To Believe
The Ties That Bind
She's The One
Livin' In The Future
The Promised Land
Town Called Heartbreak
Incident On 57th Street
Cadillac Ranch
Devil's Arcade
The Rising
Last To Die
Long Walk Home
Badlands

Girls In Their Summer Clothes
Thundercrack
Born To Run
Dancing In The Dark
American Land

Tour dates here.

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Comments (7)

Not the best album of his career, but glad to see the Boss on top. The live show is still amazing.

Posted by Anonymous | October 7, 2007 9:46 PM

eh, He's nearly 60..It's a good album. It'd be weird if he was still singing about getting 17 yr old girls pregnant etc. I like it. But agree not the best but very good.

Posted by Anonymous | October 7, 2007 10:01 PM

I was never the biggest boss fan but I will say... promise land, badlands, and thunder road are some of the greatest songs ever written.

Posted by Anonymous | October 7, 2007 10:19 PM

I was never the biggest boss fan but I will say... promise land, badlands, and thunder road are some of the greatest songs ever written.

There's plenty more where they came from.

Posted by Anonymous | October 8, 2007 1:48 AM

"Girls in Their Summer Clothes" and "Livin' in the Future" are awesome, I can't wait to hear them live on the 18th...

Posted by Charles | October 8, 2007 8:22 AM

i think magic's on par with the river and better than greetings & the wild, the innocent...

can't wait to see him in pittsburgh!!! my first e street show/

Posted by newton | October 8, 2007 11:35 AM

"i think magic's on par with the river and better than greetings & the wild, the innocent..."

This new album, like The Rising will be forgotten by the time his next rock album comes out. I don't think it is in the same league as those ealier releases.

Posted by Anonymous | October 8, 2007 3:01 PM

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