Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run

Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Bruce Springsteen
Album Name:   Born To Run
Genre:   Rock
Tracks:   8
Relase Date:   25 August 1975
Country:   USA

Born To Run (Bruce Springsteen) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Thunder Road 4:49
2.Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 3:11
3.Night 3:01
4.Backstreets 6:31
5.Born to Run 4:29
6.She's the One 4:30
7.Meeting Across the River 3:18
8.Jungleland 9:33

About Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run Album

Born to Run is the third album by the American rock singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen. It was released on August 25, 1975 through Columbia Records. It captured the heaviness of Springsteen's earlier releases while displaying a more diverse range of influences. Born to Run was a critical and commercial success and became Springsteen's breakthrough album. It peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 and reached high positions on charts worldwide. ..

Born To Run (Bruce Springsteen) Album Comments

Born To Run (Bruce Springsteen) Album Reviews

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  • Mwalimu_B
    5 stars
    Greatest rock album ever. Bringing rock back to the future by way of the past, no record better integrates rock musics core elements and influences than Born to Run -- still Springsteen's Magnum opus.
  • The Boss - Asbury
    5 stars
    BTR. Could this make the top ten albums of all time?.....I think yes!!!!!
  • Hesshess3
    5 stars
    Born to Run!!. One of the greatest albums of all time.
  • amc7073
    5 stars
    Unbelievable. One of the greatest albums of all time!!! Best ever written
  • PaulCroninStudios
    5 stars
    Amazing piece of work at such a young age. Bruce and the E - Street band take us through our youth and beyond. Still to this day. Thanks Bruce and E-Street.
  • Zeuspants
    5 stars
    Poetic genius. To think that Springsteen was only twenty-five when he wrote, arranged and produced the album. A seminal work in American music of a time, now vanished and gone, perhaps forever.
  • rebelaxe
    5 stars
    outstanding. great from top to bottom.
  • A Jersey boy
    5 stars
    What an album and life. Listening to him read his book on CD and listening to this album and others gives me such an insight to his life that the man was meant to be one of the greatest song writers of his time. Full of life and turmoil in this time period of his life once again proves that out of pain comes artistry. Thank you Bruce!
  • Zachary DeMarco
    5 stars
    Thunder Road ,Jungleland all songs. Awesome songs ever
  • Jason 77
    5 stars
    My favorite. Best album of all time!
  • Gsfusion
    4 stars
    J. I thought the second song went like Duh-Devil in the freeze aisle
  • Vincent Loscerbo
    5 stars
    Long live the boss!. After hearing the song "Born To Run" I already knew the album was gonna be as great as the song!
  • Calle_Betis
    5 stars
    Classic Springsteen, timeless, a staple to anyone's rock n roll catalog. This is a must have Springsteen album. As you get older and revisit your music, some music is really good, but feels dated. "Born to Run" doesn't have that dated sound, and transcends time. It sounds as good today to me, as it did the first time I bought it on vinyl back in the early 80's. Bruuuuuuce!
  • dudo670
    5 stars
    Great album. Probably one of the 30 or 40 greatest rock albums ever, but I'm not sure if this is his best album as darkness is great. Lead song Thunder Road is Bruce's best work and probably one of the 25 greatest rock songs ever. Backstreets is a classic, the title track is a great song but it's probably the 3rd or 4th best song on this album. Jungleland is an epic Bruce song with all the elements that make bruce great. Tenth avenue, night, and she's the one are all very good too. Meeting across the river is also an enjoyable tune. This album doesnt have any "skip songs." Great album
  • Mandatory Criticism
    5 stars
    Backstreets !. If you were to make a list of best songs of all time backstreets is a must. It's look key piano and the beginning as to the rise of explosion of energy as it takes you on a ride from start to finish simply musical perfection.
  • Katherine Sola
    5 stars
    Love this album because it has childhood memories. My dad and I always would dance to a Bruce Springsteen song no matter which one it.
  • 55downup
    5 stars
    A Monumental Achievement. This is the greatest album ever made, in any genre. Nothing will ever top it. It is a film noir movie on vinyl. The arrangements, the lyrics, everything is perfection. Listen to Jungleland and you tell me that it isn't the most emotional piece of music you have ever heard. It is the most poetic album ever made by a man who was in his prime as a singer songwriter. I don't care how good the others were. Springsteen was the best. R.I.P. Clarence.
  • Matthew_1988
    5 stars
    A timeless, essential recording. The experience this album gives you never gets old. From beginning to end, it's a masterpiece. It's an album I'll be listening to for the rest of my life, and I knew it would be the second I heard it. This was the first Bruce album that I ever bought, and I've bought many more since then, but this one is still the best. Every track is essential. My personal favorites are "Backstreets" and "Meeting Across the River." Bruce's lyrics are pure poetry. Buy this album and enjoy.
  • R4103
    5 stars
    Born to Run / Jungleland. If I shut my eyes and listen to the piano or the sax in jungleland, I can see my best friends Ricky Walek, and Rod Waite all of us wearing our high school football jerseys listening to bruce in some old run down bar now gone in riverdale NJ 17 all over again. It truly brings tears to my eyes. Thats what this album does, millions of people just like me, remember the best times of their lives with this album. Every song a masterpiece. love the album love Bruce and miss the bigman on the sax, the songs and his memory are forever in our hearts. J. Romain
  • NYJJ 2
    5 stars
    JUST THE BEST! TIMELESS. I WASN'T ALWAY THE BIGGEST FAN, EVEN AFTER KNOWING HIS BROTHER-IN LAW MICKEY AND MEETING HIS SISTER GINNY. IT WAS MY WIFE, WHO HAS ALWAYS BEEN A FAN SINCE SHE SAW HIM AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE IN THE 70'S, THAT MADE ME A BELIEVER. BY FAR ,THE BEST ALBUM AND ARTIST OF OUR TIMES. WELOVE OUR BRUCE!
  • Phillies r champs
    5 stars
    One of the Greatest Albums Ever. Instant classic, just buy it now.
  • y-tee
    5 stars
    Where's the Big Man's solo at the end of "Thunder Road"?. The songs are timeless. Each one a classic. Sadly, Clarence Clemon's solo at the end of Thunder Road is buried in the I Tunes mix. It's my favorite track, and not being able to hear the solo is a bummer.
  • Flame of Corruption
    5 stars
    Flame of Corruption. I'm a recent fan of The Boss. Didn't really listen to his music until about two years ago. The only reason I was struck with the whim to give him a listen was because the last few lyrics to "Jungleland" were used as an epigraph in a novel I read my senior year in high school. And, speaking truthfully, I was left wondering how I had never felt the urge to listen to Springsteen's music until then. So after finishing up with "Jungleland", I listened to "Born to Run", then I listened to "Thunder Road", and so on and so forth. Suffice it to say, I was hooked. If I had to pin down what I liked about this album, I'd say it's easily the lyrics. There's a very deep and personal resonation there, at least for me. Lord knows I've struggled with feelings of wanting to get out of the podunk town I'm living in. I still struggle with those feelings, to be honest. And I'm willing to go out on a limb and say that a lot of people all over the world have been through that sort of thing. "Jungleland" especially clicks with me on some inner level. I always wonder if maybe the dreams I'm pursuing will eventually "gun me down" and leave me broken. Of course, I also really enjoy the instrumentation. The saxophone, piano, bass, drums and guitar all blend together in a wonderful sound that is distinct within the rock genre. You know a Springsteen track when you hear it, even if you can't actually name it as being a "Springsteen track", if that makes any sense. And of course, Clarence Clemons' saxophone work is a treat in and of itself. All in all, Born to Run is a solid rock album, and a definite classic. I'll probably be listening to this baby for a long time.
  • irishnyc
    5 stars
    Best album of all-time. Hands down, the best. Absolute, effortless poetry accompanied by powerful piano and horns. It will bring you to tears.
  • Time Travel Wish
    4 stars
    Where's my lyrics?. If my fond memory recalls correctly the lyrics were an important part of this album. No lyrics to sing along with. As if the songs were not also their lyrics. It's up to me to discern the poetry in Bruces' music. I want lyrics if the artist wanted me to have them! Cost enough.
  • Smoke Rings
    5 stars
    One of the best ever. This album belongs in a category with the best albums ever made. Stands the test of time next to Sgt. Peppers, Jimi Hendrix's Electric Ladyland, Stones Sticky Fingers, CSNY Déjà Vu, and just a few others. Bruce hit a grand slam home run with this one. A classic of American music.
  • Springsteve
    5 stars
    Born To Run. The album that is truly music to my ears, stirs my imagination and is good for my soul. Simply put, it has kept me young and will until the day I die.
  • fattmatt77
    5 stars
    Speechless. Amazing and epic as anything, Pink Floyd could never
  • gcreedon
    5 stars
    These are way better!. I read on USAToday that these 5 first albums used a new audio thing. It worked! There’s new life in these.
  • Bruce Mack
    5 stars
    The Old Stuff. It’s amazing how Bruce can keep doing it time and time again! His old stuff never gets old. Been a fan for 35 years and will be until I die.
  • dennis puka jonsson
    5 stars
    Awesome. All 8 tracks are awesome and nothing is better than this
  • Pinky1920
    5 stars
    I love Thunder Road. Thunder Road is one of the best songs of all time
  • J-Davis
    5 stars
    Bruce. Simply the best. Bruuuuuuuuuuce!
  • Littleprincess98
    5 stars
    Jungleland. this is maybe the greatest album of all tome. Jungleland is my favorite song by bruce. It's so beautiful, it tells a story that paints a picture in your mind. It is a saf song about hope and then loss of that hope.
  • Darion1A
    5 stars
    Great. Some songs on the album it takes a while to get into. For instance, Born to Run and Backstreets have a very Bruce sound with the loud screams but trust me when i say that you will learn to love them. While others like Tenth Avenue Freeze Out have you hooked with their catchy structure.
  • Squid The King
    5 stars
    Epic. Omg this is the most epic, awesome, album eva!
  • Epicpenguin13
    5 stars
    Greatest Album. Mattat and I can both agree that Born To Run, Thunder Road, and Jungleland are some of the greatest songs ever written. Born To Run will always be my favorite album ever recorded, and I feel the songs are composed more perfectly than even Sgt. Pepper's. My top 10 favorite songs are: 10. Living For The City-Stevie Wonder 9. Jungleland-Bruce Springsteen 8. Positively 4th Street-Bob Dylan 7. Baba O' Riley-The Who 6. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction-The Rolling Stones 5. Thunder Road-Bruce Springsteen 4. Scenes From An Italian Restaurant-Billy Joel 3. Fake Plastic Trees-Radiohead 2. Born To Run-Bruce Springsteen 1. Sympathy For The Devil-The Rolling Stones #1 & 2 were a close tie though...
  • Mattat12345
    5 stars
    Bruce!. 3 of the songs in this album are in my top 10 of all time that's how good it is (jungleland,born to run, thunder road)
  • Joemalonejeans
    5 stars
    Springsteen sound remains strong. Born to Run is not just an album it's poetry in motion. One of the greatest lines I have ever heard is from Jungleland a single on the album. " Barefoot girls sitting on the hood of the Dodge drinking warm beer in the soft summer rain". Bruce brings you there he allows you to feel the rain and see the girls. However I believe the best song on the album is Thunder Road. At one time or another we have all been driving it. It has become our salvation
  • bob bobblaw
    5 stars
    hey, Howard fan0909. get a Life !
  • ByTheBy123456
    1 stars
    THIS IS WRONG. This is not the 30th anniv Born to Run album. This is just plain old Born to Run. I'm looking to purchase the 30th anniv album. PLEASE CORRECT THIS
  • JMan8526
    5 stars
    If you don't buy this album, at least buy Jungleland.. If you've never heard a single Bruce Springsteen song, and you want to know what it's like to hear poetry in music, listen to Jungleland. The song doesn't just tell a story, it paints a portrait of life in the big city. Give it a listen.
  • omrimatarasso
    5 stars
    amazing. the best rock music you will ever hear
  • JerseyVixen19
    5 stars
    Nothing more needs to be said.... THE greatest rock album of all time. That is all.
  • DUKEBASKETBALLFAN
    5 stars
    One of the greatest rock albums ever. I've heard this album probably 50 times my life and only recently did i realize how good it is. Probably in my top 5, along with wild the innocent and the e street shuffle. This is the height of the Boss' career in my opinion. Thunder Road, born to run, jungleland are absolute masterpieces, while Tenth avenue freeze out and backstreets fill the gaps beautifully. The other three are still great songs but even better live. It's impossible for anyone not to like this and if you don't, well... You don't know what you're missing.
  • Tpepster
    5 stars
    Arguably the Best Rock Album Ever. Gotta be in everyone's top ten. And for my money, Thunder Road is the best rock song ever written.
  • Christmasssdoggy
    5 stars
    amazing. if you don't like this album, you can just go home. this album deserves more than five stars. the sax solo on jungleland is amazing. this is one of the best albums in the history of music. if you aren't stunned by the end of the album you need to slap yourself in the face
  • Codfreak 12
    5 stars
    Omg. This is my favorite album of all time. Thunder Road is my favorite song of all time and I hope that the big man will be in our memories forever.
  • David1977
    5 stars
    Greatest Ever. The most perfectly constructed album ever made. This one needs to be in everyone's iPod.
  • Mwalimu_B
    5 stars
    Greatest rock album ever. Bringing rock back to the future by way of the past, no record better integrates rock musics core elements and influences than Born to Run -- still Springsteen's Magnum opus.
  • The Boss - Asbury
    5 stars
    BTR. Could this make the top ten albums of all time?.....I think yes!!!!!
  • Hesshess3
    5 stars
    Born to Run!!. One of the greatest albums of all time.
  • amc7073
    5 stars
    Unbelievable. One of the greatest albums of all time!!! Best ever written
  • PaulCroninStudios
    5 stars
    Amazing piece of work at such a young age. Bruce and the E - Street band take us through our youth and beyond. Still to this day. Thanks Bruce and E-Street.
  • Zeuspants
    5 stars
    Poetic genius. To think that Springsteen was only twenty-five when he wrote, arranged and produced the album. A seminal work in American music of a time, now vanished and gone, perhaps forever.
  • rebelaxe
    5 stars
    outstanding. great from top to bottom.
  • A Jersey boy
    5 stars
    What an album and life. Listening to him read his book on CD and listening to this album and others gives me such an insight to his life that the man was meant to be one of the greatest song writers of his time. Full of life and turmoil in this time period of his life once again proves that out of pain comes artistry. Thank you Bruce!
  • Zachary DeMarco
    5 stars
    Thunder Road ,Jungleland all songs. Awesome songs ever
  • Jason 77
    5 stars
    My favorite. Best album of all time!
  • Gsfusion
    4 stars
    J. I thought the second song went like Duh-Devil in the freeze aisle
  • Vincent Loscerbo
    5 stars
    Long live the boss!. After hearing the song "Born To Run" I already knew the album was gonna be as great as the song!
  • Calle_Betis
    5 stars
    Classic Springsteen, timeless, a staple to anyone's rock n roll catalog. This is a must have Springsteen album. As you get older and revisit your music, some music is really good, but feels dated. "Born to Run" doesn't have that dated sound, and transcends time. It sounds as good today to me, as it did the first time I bought it on vinyl back in the early 80's. Bruuuuuuce!
  • dudo670
    5 stars
    Great album. Probably one of the 30 or 40 greatest rock albums ever, but I'm not sure if this is his best album as darkness is great. Lead song Thunder Road is Bruce's best work and probably one of the 25 greatest rock songs ever. Backstreets is a classic, the title track is a great song but it's probably the 3rd or 4th best song on this album. Jungleland is an epic Bruce song with all the elements that make bruce great. Tenth avenue, night, and she's the one are all very good too. Meeting across the river is also an enjoyable tune. This album doesnt have any "skip songs." Great album
  • Mandatory Criticism
    5 stars
    Backstreets !. If you were to make a list of best songs of all time backstreets is a must. It's look key piano and the beginning as to the rise of explosion of energy as it takes you on a ride from start to finish simply musical perfection.
  • Katherine Sola
    5 stars
    Love this album because it has childhood memories. My dad and I always would dance to a Bruce Springsteen song no matter which one it.
  • 55downup
    5 stars
    A Monumental Achievement. This is the greatest album ever made, in any genre. Nothing will ever top it. It is a film noir movie on vinyl. The arrangements, the lyrics, everything is perfection. Listen to Jungleland and you tell me that it isn't the most emotional piece of music you have ever heard. It is the most poetic album ever made by a man who was in his prime as a singer songwriter. I don't care how good the others were. Springsteen was the best. R.I.P. Clarence.
  • Matthew_1988
    5 stars
    A timeless, essential recording. The experience this album gives you never gets old. From beginning to end, it's a masterpiece. It's an album I'll be listening to for the rest of my life, and I knew it would be the second I heard it. This was the first Bruce album that I ever bought, and I've bought many more since then, but this one is still the best. Every track is essential. My personal favorites are "Backstreets" and "Meeting Across the River." Bruce's lyrics are pure poetry. Buy this album and enjoy.
  • R4103
    5 stars
    Born to Run / Jungleland. If I shut my eyes and listen to the piano or the sax in jungleland, I can see my best friends Ricky Walek, and Rod Waite all of us wearing our high school football jerseys listening to bruce in some old run down bar now gone in riverdale NJ 17 all over again. It truly brings tears to my eyes. Thats what this album does, millions of people just like me, remember the best times of their lives with this album. Every song a masterpiece. love the album love Bruce and miss the bigman on the sax, the songs and his memory are forever in our hearts. J. Romain
  • NYJJ 2
    5 stars
    JUST THE BEST! TIMELESS. I WASN'T ALWAY THE BIGGEST FAN, EVEN AFTER KNOWING HIS BROTHER-IN LAW MICKEY AND MEETING HIS SISTER GINNY. IT WAS MY WIFE, WHO HAS ALWAYS BEEN A FAN SINCE SHE SAW HIM AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE IN THE 70'S, THAT MADE ME A BELIEVER. BY FAR ,THE BEST ALBUM AND ARTIST OF OUR TIMES. WELOVE OUR BRUCE!
  • Phillies r champs
    5 stars
    One of the Greatest Albums Ever. Instant classic, just buy it now.
  • y-tee
    5 stars
    Where's the Big Man's solo at the end of "Thunder Road"?. The songs are timeless. Each one a classic. Sadly, Clarence Clemon's solo at the end of Thunder Road is buried in the I Tunes mix. It's my favorite track, and not being able to hear the solo is a bummer.
  • Flame of Corruption
    5 stars
    Flame of Corruption. I'm a recent fan of The Boss. Didn't really listen to his music until about two years ago. The only reason I was struck with the whim to give him a listen was because the last few lyrics to "Jungleland" were used as an epigraph in a novel I read my senior year in high school. And, speaking truthfully, I was left wondering how I had never felt the urge to listen to Springsteen's music until then. So after finishing up with "Jungleland", I listened to "Born to Run", then I listened to "Thunder Road", and so on and so forth. Suffice it to say, I was hooked. If I had to pin down what I liked about this album, I'd say it's easily the lyrics. There's a very deep and personal resonation there, at least for me. Lord knows I've struggled with feelings of wanting to get out of the podunk town I'm living in. I still struggle with those feelings, to be honest. And I'm willing to go out on a limb and say that a lot of people all over the world have been through that sort of thing. "Jungleland" especially clicks with me on some inner level. I always wonder if maybe the dreams I'm pursuing will eventually "gun me down" and leave me broken. Of course, I also really enjoy the instrumentation. The saxophone, piano, bass, drums and guitar all blend together in a wonderful sound that is distinct within the rock genre. You know a Springsteen track when you hear it, even if you can't actually name it as being a "Springsteen track", if that makes any sense. And of course, Clarence Clemons' saxophone work is a treat in and of itself. All in all, Born to Run is a solid rock album, and a definite classic. I'll probably be listening to this baby for a long time.
  • irishnyc
    5 stars
    Best album of all-time. Hands down, the best. Absolute, effortless poetry accompanied by powerful piano and horns. It will bring you to tears.
  • Time Travel Wish
    4 stars
    Where's my lyrics?. If my fond memory recalls correctly the lyrics were an important part of this album. No lyrics to sing along with. As if the songs were not also their lyrics. It's up to me to discern the poetry in Bruces' music. I want lyrics if the artist wanted me to have them! Cost enough.
  • Smoke Rings
    5 stars
    One of the best ever. This album belongs in a category with the best albums ever made. Stands the test of time next to Sgt. Peppers, Jimi Hendrix's Electric Ladyland, Stones Sticky Fingers, CSNY Déjà Vu, and just a few others. Bruce hit a grand slam home run with this one. A classic of American music.
  • Springsteve
    5 stars
    Born To Run. The album that is truly music to my ears, stirs my imagination and is good for my soul. Simply put, it has kept me young and will until the day I die.
  • fattmatt77
    5 stars
    Speechless. Amazing and epic as anything, Pink Floyd could never
  • gcreedon
    5 stars
    These are way better!. I read on USAToday that these 5 first albums used a new audio thing. It worked! There’s new life in these.
  • Bruce Mack
    5 stars
    The Old Stuff. It’s amazing how Bruce can keep doing it time and time again! His old stuff never gets old. Been a fan for 35 years and will be until I die.
  • dennis puka jonsson
    5 stars
    Awesome. All 8 tracks are awesome and nothing is better than this
  • Pinky1920
    5 stars
    I love Thunder Road. Thunder Road is one of the best songs of all time
  • J-Davis
    5 stars
    Bruce. Simply the best. Bruuuuuuuuuuce!
  • Littleprincess98
    5 stars
    Jungleland. this is maybe the greatest album of all tome. Jungleland is my favorite song by bruce. It's so beautiful, it tells a story that paints a picture in your mind. It is a saf song about hope and then loss of that hope.
  • Darion1A
    5 stars
    Great. Some songs on the album it takes a while to get into. For instance, Born to Run and Backstreets have a very Bruce sound with the loud screams but trust me when i say that you will learn to love them. While others like Tenth Avenue Freeze Out have you hooked with their catchy structure.
  • Squid The King
    5 stars
    Epic. Omg this is the most epic, awesome, album eva!
  • Epicpenguin13
    5 stars
    Greatest Album. Mattat and I can both agree that Born To Run, Thunder Road, and Jungleland are some of the greatest songs ever written. Born To Run will always be my favorite album ever recorded, and I feel the songs are composed more perfectly than even Sgt. Pepper's. My top 10 favorite songs are: 10. Living For The City-Stevie Wonder 9. Jungleland-Bruce Springsteen 8. Positively 4th Street-Bob Dylan 7. Baba O' Riley-The Who 6. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction-The Rolling Stones 5. Thunder Road-Bruce Springsteen 4. Scenes From An Italian Restaurant-Billy Joel 3. Fake Plastic Trees-Radiohead 2. Born To Run-Bruce Springsteen 1. Sympathy For The Devil-The Rolling Stones #1 & 2 were a close tie though...
  • Mattat12345
    5 stars
    Bruce!. 3 of the songs in this album are in my top 10 of all time that's how good it is (jungleland,born to run, thunder road)
  • Joemalonejeans
    5 stars
    Springsteen sound remains strong. Born to Run is not just an album it's poetry in motion. One of the greatest lines I have ever heard is from Jungleland a single on the album. " Barefoot girls sitting on the hood of the Dodge drinking warm beer in the soft summer rain". Bruce brings you there he allows you to feel the rain and see the girls. However I believe the best song on the album is Thunder Road. At one time or another we have all been driving it. It has become our salvation
  • bob bobblaw
    5 stars
    hey, Howard fan0909. get a Life !
  • ByTheBy123456
    1 stars
    THIS IS WRONG. This is not the 30th anniv Born to Run album. This is just plain old Born to Run. I'm looking to purchase the 30th anniv album. PLEASE CORRECT THIS
  • JMan8526
    5 stars
    If you don't buy this album, at least buy Jungleland.. If you've never heard a single Bruce Springsteen song, and you want to know what it's like to hear poetry in music, listen to Jungleland. The song doesn't just tell a story, it paints a portrait of life in the big city. Give it a listen.
  • omrimatarasso
    5 stars
    amazing. the best rock music you will ever hear
  • JerseyVixen19
    5 stars
    Nothing more needs to be said.... THE greatest rock album of all time. That is all.
  • DUKEBASKETBALLFAN
    5 stars
    One of the greatest rock albums ever. I've heard this album probably 50 times my life and only recently did i realize how good it is. Probably in my top 5, along with wild the innocent and the e street shuffle. This is the height of the Boss' career in my opinion. Thunder Road, born to run, jungleland are absolute masterpieces, while Tenth avenue freeze out and backstreets fill the gaps beautifully. The other three are still great songs but even better live. It's impossible for anyone not to like this and if you don't, well... You don't know what you're missing.
  • Tpepster
    5 stars
    Arguably the Best Rock Album Ever. Gotta be in everyone's top ten. And for my money, Thunder Road is the best rock song ever written.
  • Christmasssdoggy
    5 stars
    amazing. if you don't like this album, you can just go home. this album deserves more than five stars. the sax solo on jungleland is amazing. this is one of the best albums in the history of music. if you aren't stunned by the end of the album you need to slap yourself in the face
  • Codfreak 12
    5 stars
    Omg. This is my favorite album of all time. Thunder Road is my favorite song of all time and I hope that the big man will be in our memories forever.
  • David1977
    5 stars
    Greatest Ever. The most perfectly constructed album ever made. This one needs to be in everyone's iPod.

Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run Album Wiki

Born to Run is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen. As his effort to break into the mainstream, the album was a commercial success, peaking at number three on the Billboard 200 and eventually selling six million copies in the United States. Two singles were released from the album: "Born to Run" and "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out"; the first helped Springsteen to reach mainstream popularity. The tracks "Thunder Road", "She's the One", and "Jungleland" became staples of album-oriented rock radio and Springsteen concert high points. Born to Run garnered widespread acclaim when it was first released on August 25, 1975, by Columbia Records. It has since been considered by critics to be one of the greatest albums of all time. On November 14, 2005, a 30th Anniversary remaster of the album was released as a box set including two DVDs: a production diary film and a concert movie. The album was remastered again in 2014 by veteran mastering engineer Bob Ludwig, who has worked on much of Springsteen's audio output since 1982, for release as part of The Album Collection Vol. 1 1973–1984, a boxed set composed of remastered editions of his first seven albums. It was later released in remastered form as a single disc as well..