#224 on the Rolling Stone "500 Greatest Albums" (2003)
Released September 30, 1982
#3 U.S. Billboard 200
#3 UK OCC Albums Chart
Springsteen's highly influential album recorded at home on a 4-track cassette recorder.
Heavyweight 180g vinyl LP repressing of this album from the Rock superstar housed in a faithfully recreated LP sleeve containing all the elements of the original release. Nebraska is the sixth studio album by Bruce Springsteen. The album was released on September 30, 1982, by Columbia Records. Sparsely recorded on a cassette tape Portastudio, the tracks on Nebraska were originally intended as demos of songs to be recorded with the E Street Band. However, Springsteen ultimately decided to release the demos himself. Nebraska remains one of the most highly regarded albums in his catalog. The songs on Nebraska both deal with ordinary, blue collar characters who face a challenge or a turning point in their lives, but also outsiders, criminals and mass murderers, who have little hope for the future or no future at all, as in the title track, where the main character is sentenced to death in the electric chair. Unlike his previous albums, very little salvation and grace is present within the songs. The album's uncompromising sound and mood, combined with it's dark lyrical content has been described by a music critic as "one of the most challenging albums ever released by a major star on a major record label."
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