Bruce Springsteen - 'We Take Care Of Our Own'

It's all kinds of incredible

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The first single from Springsteen’s ‘angry’ 17th album ‘Wrecking Ball’ might be a kinda predictable four minutes of semi-socialist rhetoric, thunderclap percussion and hardcore heartland epic-osity, but hell, that doesn’t stop it from also being all kinds of incredible. Still very much The Boss.

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