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Brilliant Disguise - Bruce Springsteen - Tunnel Of Love (Cassette)

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  1. March 29th Colonel Elvis Presley (U.S. Army) meets with musician Bruce Springsteen in Trenton, New Jersey to discuss music. April 7th Moro Liberation Front (MLF) destroys a twin-engine BAC over Zamboanga, Philippines, killing 84 people in the process. April 15th "We came. We saw. We left.".
  2. Info. BRILLIANT DISGUISE is a song written by Bruce Springsteen and released on his album Tunnel Of erurarmisitarnanagedodela.coinfo above lyrics are for Bruce Springsteen's album version of BRILLIANT DISGUISE as released in
  3. Bruce Springsteen Format: Audio Cassette. "Tunnel of Love," "Two Faces," "Brilliant Disguise," and "One Step Up." There aren't that many toe-tappers or hard-rockers here, but it's a deep record on the doubts and rough journeys one can have about love. Timeless tracks from the tranquil 'Cautious man', to the brilliantly upbeat title /5().
  4. Tunnel of Love is the eighth studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released on October 9, Although members of the E Street Band occasionally performed on the album, Springsteen recorded most of the parts himself, often with drum machines and synthesizers.
  5. Tunnel Of Love - Bruce Springsteen (Cassette ) Decided to buy because I had previously owned this Album and recently heard one of the songs "One step up" on Cold case files and it reminded me of how much I had enjoyed the easy listening lyrics. The complete album plays like the life story of a hard working, blue collar man desperately.
  6. Oct 06,  · album, the singer/songwriter's first studio album since the release of the multi-platinum world-dominating Born In The U.S.A. Features 'Brilliant Disguise', 'Spare Parts', 'Tougher Than The Rest', 'Tunnel Of Love' and many more/5().
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  8. Before Bruce Springsteen's triumph "Tunnel Of Love," virtually all of his previous material had flawlessly depicted true American life, its struggles ('s "Born in the USA"), its slums and madness ('s underappreciated "Nebraska"), and genius studies of its characters (especially 's "Darkness on the Edge of Town", along with pretty much of all the Boss's material)/5().

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