Bruce Springsteen Live 1975-1985: 3cd @ HMV Online for £5.00 free delivery + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Hope this isnt a repost, be kind please, great deal for everyone who enjoyed the boss at Glastonbury, contains all his best songs,
I just ordered it myself, should be back in stock in 7 days.
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[Moderator]#1
Thanks bivis87, your first deal :thumbsup:
Have some heat :)
#2
stupidly cheap - awesome set!
#3
I did indeed enjoy his performance at Glastonbury! Great price. Hot from me.
#4
I'm a fan but I thought the first half of his set at Glastonbury was a bit boring. I think most people want to hear him do the numerous hits he had like Born To Run an Born in the USA etc, not 35 year old album tracks.
#5
Hubby has this on vinyl-really good buy at this price-voted hot!!
[mod]#6
Great price, thanks bivis87 :)
#7
Well I'm not a fan and I thought it was all fantastic, 35 year old albums maybe, I wouldn't know :)

Heat added, well done OP
#8
For £5 thats steaming.
#9
Thanks!
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Ahhh bruce springsteen, the artist who spoke to a generation of people with substance and something to offer in life, only not a lot of means. Voice of the man.

I wonder if we have someone like him today....puff daddy anyone? kanye west?

"ah aym the furst blak artist to....." yeah yeah, no one cares.
#11
I remember getting a copy of this for free (on cassette) back in the days when I worked for Sony Music. Not a bad album. I think I ended up giving it away some years later though. Enjoyed the Glasto gig on TV (at least the later parts.
#12
Hot from me ............... (Bruce;-) yummy)
#13
I bought this album when it first came out and still listen to tracks on it now. at a fiver this is an amazing deal
#14
Saw him on TV last night from his set at Glastonbury.
Was quite impressed at his energy doing a 3 hour set .
Pretty good for a 59 year old.
Voted Hot
#15
He does look like he's looked after himself. Have to say that the sax' player looked a bit unathletic though.
#16
I'm seeing him at hampden in two weeks time (the wife loves him). I'm more looking forward to ACDC tomorrow night at Hampden!

May buy this for the wife - she has it on vynil (yep remember that format!)
#17
Great Find! Had this on vinyl, remember it being a great album, well 5 great albums actually. Hope the quality of the transfer to cd is good, unlike some ive bought having owned them on vinyl. Just ordered it anyway. :thumbsup:
#18
MadonnaProject
Ahhh bruce springsteen, the artist who spoke to a generation of people with substance and something to offer in life, only not a lot of means. Voice of the man.

I wonder if we have someone like him today....puff daddy anyone? kanye west?

"ah aym the furst blak artist to....." yeah yeah, no one cares.


haha rep for making me laugh but also being true, i listen to bruce all the time favourite song at the mo is "41 shots" only heard off musicvid off the ps3, brilliant song
#19
heat added - great album - still have the original on vinyl - thanks
#20
Great album, great price and AMAZING Hyde Park gig last night!!
#21
stamfordblue
Saw him on TV last night from his set at Glastonbury.
Was quite impressed at his energy doing a 3 hour set .
Pretty good for a 59 year old.
Voted Hot


Bruce will be flattered...told us at Hyde Park last night that he was 60...after he tripped up on the steps to the stage!!
#22
He will be 60 on 23 Sept:thumbsup:ember so he's nearly there! He looks fantastic though and did 2 3/4 hours at Hyde Park last night after doing Glastonbury the night before. I LOVED last night's show and would recommend this CD to everyone. 3 Bruce discs for a fiver..... bargain!
#23
Oh and by the way, if you want some more recent material aswell as big hits, he has a Greatest Hits album currently in the Top Ten. So you're spolit for choice!
#24
Check out his song 'Tunnel of love' from the album of the same name, excellent track.
#25
hot hot hot
#26
RedOnRed
I'm a fan but I thought the first half of his set at Glastonbury was a bit boring. I think most people want to hear him do the numerous hits he had like Born To Run an Born in the USA etc, not 35 year old album tracks.


Salute to the Boss for playing what the hell he wants.
#27
Got this on 5 records which no longer see the day cos I no longer own a turntable, so gonna plump for this,
Heat and rep.

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