Bruce Springsteen Announces New Greatest Hits Album

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Bruce Springsteen Announces New Greatest Hits Album

The career-spanning Best of Bruce Springsteen is out in April

Bruce Springsteen 1994

Bruce Springsteen, 1994 (Neal Preston)

Bruce Springsteen has announced a new career-spanning compilation: Best of Bruce Springsteen is out April 19. The album’s digital edition features 31 tracks, opening with two songs from New Jersey rock icon’s 1973 debut, Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J., and closing with two songs from his latest album of originals, 2020’s Letter to You. See the digital tracklist below.

The cover of Best of Bruce Springsteen features a photo of Springsteen taken by Eric Meola during the Born to Run sessions. Physical editions of the compilation come with new liner notes by Erik Flannigan.

Springsteen released his first compilation, Greatest Hits, in 1995. He’s since shared retrospective collections like The Essential Bruce Springsteen and Chapter and Verse.

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band toured heavily in 2023, but they had to cut things short so that the singer could get treatment for symptoms of peptic ulcer disease. The band gets back on the road in March.

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Bruce Springsteen: Best of Bruce Springsteen

Best of Bruce Springsteen (Expanded Edition):

01 Growin’ Up
02 Spirit in the Night
03 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
04 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
05 Born to Run
06 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
07 Thunder Road
08 Badlands
09 Prove It All Night
10 The River
11 Hungry Heart
12 Atlantic City
13 Glory Days
14 Dancing in the Dark
15 Born in the U.S.A.
16 Brilliant Disguise
17 Tougher Than the Rest
18 Human Touch
19 If I Should Fall Behind
20 Living Proof
21 Streets of Philadelphia
22 The Ghost of Tom Joad
23 Secret Garden
24 The Rising
25 Long Time Comin’
26 Girls in Their Summer Clothes
27 The Wrestler
28 We Take Care of Our Own
29 Hello Sunshine
30 Ghosts
31 Letter to You

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