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Run For Home – Various – I Love Music 1975 – 1979 No More Heroes

 

Please forward this error screen to sharedip-1071803217. For other uses, see Tunnel of love. Tunnel of Love is the eighth studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released run For Home – Various – I Love Music 1975 – 1979 No More Heroes October 9, 1987. 467 on their list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

The New York Times writer Jon Pareles states Tunnel of Love “turned inward, pondering love gone wrong. On the B-sides of vinyl and cassette singles, outtakes like “Lucky Man”, “Two for the Road” and a 1979 track, “Roulette” were included. The 1988 Springsteen and E Street Band Tunnel of Love Express tour would showcase the album’s songs, sometimes in arrangements courtesy of The Miami Horns. Irish filmmaker Meiert Avis directed the music videos for “Brilliant Disguise”, “One Step Up”, “Tougher Than the Rest”, and “Tunnel of Love”. The videos were shot on location in New Jersey, including Asbury Park. The intensely personal “Brilliant Disguise” video broke new ground on MTV, being a single shot without edits.

In a contemporary review for Playboy, music critic Robert Christgau wrote that, apart from the humorous opening track and the clichéd track that follows, Tunnel of Love is “convincing, original stuff—it zeroes in on fear of commitment as a pathology and battles it. On Tunnel of Love, Springsteen is writing about the promises people make to each other and the way they renege on those promises, about the romantic dreams we’re brought up with and the internal demons that stifle those dreams. The battleground has moved from the streets to the sheets, but the battle hasn’t changed significantly. Jop critics poll, Tunnel of Love finished second in the voting for the year’s best album. Christgau, the poll’s creator, named it the third best album of the year in his own list.

Writing for America Magazine, Catholic priest and sociologist Andrew Greeley argued that this album exemplifies the American Catholic imagination. All tracks written by Bruce Springsteen. With over 80 songs said to have been recorded for the previous album, 19 songs are known to have been recorded for Tunnel of Love with twelve making the album’s final cut while “Lucky Man” and “Two For the Road” were released as B-sides and later on the Tracks along with other outtakes such as “The Honeymooners”, “The Wish” and “When You Need Me”. Bruce Springsteen’s ‘The Rising’ Set for July 30 release on Columbia Records”. 100 BEST ALBUMS OF THE EIGHTIES”.

When the Boss Fell to Earth, He Hit Paradise”. Pop: Springsteen Starts First Tour in 2 Years”. His Kind of Heroes, His Kind of Songs”. Tramps Like Us: Music and Meaning Among Springsteen Fans. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, via Google Books limited preview. Overrated, Underrated, or Properly Rated: Bruce Springsteen”. Archived from the original on May 6, 2013.

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