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High Hopes

by Bruce Springsteen

High Hopes by Bruce Springsteen

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High Hopes

by Bruce Springsteen

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Label: Columbia
Though High Hopes is in many respects an Odds & Sods-type mishmash of re-recorded rarities and outtakes, it displays just enough cohesion to be deemed a full-blown new effort. Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello joins the Boss, and his modern-rock bent (punk guitars, programmed beats, touches of electronica) can be heard on "Harry's Place," the Suicide cover "Dream Baby Dream" and the title track (a Tim Scott McConnell tune). Fans of old-school Boss will likely prefer the cuts "Just Like Fire Would" and "Frankie Fell in Love," both of which are significantly more conservative.

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Though High Hopes is in many respects an Odds & Sods-type mishmash of re-recorded rarities and outtakes, it displays just enough cohesion to be deemed a full-blown new effort. Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello joins the Boss, and his modern-rock bent (punk guitars, programmed beats, touches of electronica) can be heard on "Harry's Place," the Suicide cover "Dream Baby Dream" and the title track (a Tim Scott McConnell tune). Fans of old-school Boss will likely prefer the cuts "Just Like Fire Would" and "Frankie Fell in Love," both of which are significantly more conservative.

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About This Album

Though High Hopes is in many respects an Odds & Sods-type mishmash of re-recorded rarities and outtakes, it displays just enough cohesion to be deemed a full-blown new effort. Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello joins the Boss, and his modern-rock bent (punk guitars, programmed beats, touches of electronica) can be heard on "Harry's Place," the Suicide cover "Dream Baby Dream" and the title track (a Tim Scott McConnell tune). Fans of old-school Boss will likely prefer the cuts "Just Like Fire Would" and "Frankie Fell in Love," both of which are significantly more conservative.