Over 40 years, Bruce Springsteen has released 17 studio albums, almost all of them ambitious and socially relevant. But by a process of elimination, one of them has to be “the best” – and veteran newspaper columnist and Bruce blogger Peter Chianca has taken on the task of determining which one.
The author analyzes eight of Springsteen’s most enduring albums – including one or two that may surprise you – and then crowns one of them his finest work. Whether you agree with his pick or not, Glory Days is bound to remind you of the special elements that drew you to Springsteen’s work in the first place, whether it was in 1974 or 2012.
Peter Chianca is an award-winning newspaper columnist and editor who’s written about popular culture and media for more than two decades. Since 2007, his blog, Blogness on the Edge of Town, has featured breaking news, commentary, reviews and humor about Bruce Springsteen and other rock music topics. He lives near Boston with his wife, two kids and a half-dozen dogs and cats, at least one of whom is named Bruce.
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