Confessions of a Springsteen fan

The deepest, darkest thoughts of the Boss's loyal fanbase. Feel free to submit text or your own photo edits. All posts will be anonymous unless otherwise stated.

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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Wembley Stadium, 15th June 2013

These are a nice selection of my Wembley photos, reblogged from my personal blog. Enjoy! But please don’t take without credit / source. I am the young lady in the green “The only Boss I listen to” tshirt. 

(Source: sparepartsandbrokenhearts)

Anonymous asked: i don't get why your all deciding what his worst album is he doesn't have one

You need to re-read the posts and not be so defensive.  It’s okay to critique his music.  In fact, I think he would want us to.  His fans are free to like certain albums and songs more than others.

Interesting question raised by the last confession.  For me personally, I don’t think any of his albums are bad, but there are some songs I find a bit…. average.  For me,  the Seeger album is the “worst” - not because it’s bad, but it’s just not my type of music.  I prefer full-band rock n roll Bruce, not folksy gospel.  Hence the “” around worst!  Even so, I still enjoy songs like Pay Me My Money Down, Jacob’s Ladder, and How Can I Keep From Singing.

What, in your opinion, is Bruce’s “worst” album?

I don’t get why so many tramps pretend that Human Touch doesn’t exist. Sure, I, too consider it Bruce’s worst album, but by Bruce standards, the worst is still pretty damn good. image

lfeucts asked: The Band played Something in the Night in the summer of 2009, saving my life and helping me overcoming my selfharming problem. Somehow. I had recently started to selfharm again, but this time I vowed to myself that I would have stopped soon. That night he played Something in the Night.


The live versions of ‘Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out’ are far superior to the recorded album version.

The live versions of ‘Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out’ are far superior to the recorded album version.

sparepartsandbrokenhearts:

It’s the 5th anniversary since I went to this concert.  The concert that converted me, that changed my life for the better, that made me into a fully-fledged member of the E Street Nation.  I’m so thankful to my friend Alex for asking me to go with her after her ex-boyfriend ended their relationship… to think I almost said no!

From my personal blog. 

sparepartsandbrokenhearts:

It’s the 5th anniversary since I went to this concert.  The concert that converted me, that changed my life for the better, that made me into a fully-fledged member of the E Street Nation.  I’m so thankful to my friend Alex for asking me to go with her after her ex-boyfriend ended their relationship… to think I almost said no!

From my personal blog.