High Hopes

High Hopes

Music CD - 2014
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Bruce Springsteen returns with his eighteenth studio album, which includes some of the last recordings by E Street Band members Danny Federici and Clarence Clemons. Tom Morello joins in on the first single, which is also the title track.
Publisher: New York : Columbia, p2014
Branch Call Number: ROCK - SPR
Characteristics: 1 compact disc : digital ; 12 cm
Additional Contributors: Clemons, Clarence
Morello, Tom

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eddill May 24, 2014

Bruce has set the standards so high that this one must probably be considered one of his "lesser" albums. Still, it's Bruce singing and some of the songs are quite good.

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anthonybencivengo
Apr 16, 2014

Takes a random collection of unreleased (and often incomplete-sounding) tracks and attempts to hide the lack of a song behind melodrama and over-production. The result feels manipulative. There are a couple of good tracks ("American Skin (41 Shots)", "Frankie Fell In Love" and "Hunter of Invisible Game" could have made it onto a real album given a little more time to polish them), but in general this "album" isn't worth your time.

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