Wrecking Ball

Bruce Springsteen

Release Date:

05/03/2012

Record Label:

Columbia

  1. £9.99
7digital What we said: Indisputably New Jersey’s premiere purveyor of blue-collar rock n roll, Bruce Springsteen’s spent nigh on 40 years documenting the chasm between the American Dream and the reality of life in the USA. He might not be short of a bob or two nowadays, but he’s never lost touch with the common man and, judging by his latest studio album, age hasn’t mellowed the 62 year old much either. Wrecking Ball finds Springsteen tackling the global economic crisis, alternating between furiously lambasting Wall Street greed and offering hope for the future. Obviously, the giant choruses are all present and correct too: they don’t call him The Boss for nothing, do they?
Track NumberTrack TitleTrack LengthTrack Price/Buy Link
1

We Take Care of Our Own

3:53
2

Easy Money

3:35
3

Shackled And Drawn

3:44
4

Jack Of All Trades

5:58
5

Death To My Hometown

3:25
6

This Depression

4:08
7

Wrecking Ball

5:47
8

You've Got It

3:47
9

Rocky Ground

4:40
10

Land of Hope and Dreams

6:56
11

We Are Alive

5:34
12

Swallowed Up (In The Belly Of The Whale)

5:33
13

American Land

4:25
Duration:
1:01:25
Genres:
Rock