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1982 release, the first proper solo album from the singer, songwriter and leader of The E-Street Band. 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 themselves.

In November 2014, Columbia Records/ Legacy Recordings released Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol. 1 1973-1984, a boxed set comprised of re-mastered editions of the first seven albums recorded and released by Bruce Springsteen for Columbia Records between 1973 and 1984. NOW - These 7 titles are available individually on vinyl and feature artwork true to the original packaging.

Acclaimed engineer Bob Ludwig, working with Springsteen and longtime engineer Toby Scott, has re-mastered these albums, all newly transferred from the original analogue masters using the Plangent Process playback system.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

1 Nebraska
2 Atlantic City
3 Mansion On the Hill
4 Johnny 99
5 Highway Patrolman

Disc: 2

1 State Trooper
2 Used Cars
3 Open All Night
4 My Father''s House
5 Reason to Believe

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mpage
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bruce As Raw As He Gets
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2018
This effort from Bruce Springsteen was in his rawest form. What originally was going to be a contender for material for Born In The USA ended up being released as a sparse solo effort by Bruce minus the E Street Band. The bulk of this material was recorded on the evening of... See more
This effort from Bruce Springsteen was in his rawest form. What originally was going to be a contender for material for Born In The USA ended up being released as a sparse solo effort by Bruce minus the E Street Band. The bulk of this material was recorded on the evening of January 3, 1982-reportedly. He originally recorded these songs on a Teac Portastudio 4-Track cassette machine while commencing the sessions of what became the latter album released in June of 1984 and spawned seven singles propelling him to superstardom. He reportedly carried the cassette around in his pocket for weeks(Without a case!) and played it to the rest of the band but then realized this was THE album. Problem was releasing it on vinyl would present massive hiss and distortion and would''ve been released only as a cassette but with the right crew he realized his dream of getting it to vinyl the same year CDs would become available to the market. All the songs would feature just Bruce accompanying himself on acoustic and harmonica to his lead vocal then would fill the available spaces of the multi-track recordings with either electric guitar, mandolin, percussion, synthesizer and background vocals. Opening with the titled track it takes off from here leading us to "Atlantic City"[The song that ushered him into the video age even if he didn''t appear in it himself]. Most of these songs have a Woody Guthrie-type feel to them while some of them tinker with some gimmicktry and one or two of them have a rock and roll backbone to them["Open All Night" and "Reason To Believe"]. "State Trooper" has that sound influence of the band Suicide with the use of Echoplex on guitar and vocals. "Johnny 99" and "Highway Patrolman" were later covered by Johnny Cash. "Mansion On The Hill" is good not to mention later used in reference terms in the Traveling Wilburys'' "Tweeter And The Monkey Man". "Used Cars" features some glockenspiel in the mix which Bruce may have borrowed off of Roy Bittan. "My Father''s House" has a somber tone to it. This was as solo as Bruce got in the ''80s but he wouldn''t make a real solo album until The Ghost Of Tom Joad in 1995. It''s great to have this album again as I previously had on vinyl but sounds just as great on CD. For the raw Bruce go here first before considering that later effort and you, too, will enjoy it.
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Hagfan71
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My favorite Springsteen album
Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2017
My favorite Springsteen album, this record avoids a lot of his histrionics that are on his other records and is largely an acoustic folk record. No fancy guitar licks here, just Springsteen''s husky voice and a quiet picking throughout; though he does break out his electric... See more
My favorite Springsteen album, this record avoids a lot of his histrionics that are on his other records and is largely an acoustic folk record. No fancy guitar licks here, just Springsteen''s husky voice and a quiet picking throughout; though he does break out his electric on one song. It can be noted that this album is largely stark and sad in places, as the title track is based on a teenage boy and his girlfriend murdering innocent people, while the rest of the material is about life''s losers and people looking for a better way. Other artists have covered the material in here, namely Johnny Cash and The Band, and Eric Church even gives a nod to the title track in his song "Springsteen". Highly recommended.
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DA
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Remastering worth the upgrade
Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2015
How do you improve the sound quality of a recording intended to be a demo? To top it off, Bruce carried the original cassette with him for a couple of weeks before giving it to his studio team. Despite these obstacles, the 2014 Nebraska remasters are a noticeable... See more
How do you improve the sound quality of a recording intended to be a demo? To top it off, Bruce carried the original cassette with him for a couple of weeks before giving it to his studio team. Despite these obstacles, the 2014 Nebraska remasters are a noticeable improvement in sound. I listened with the volume up and thought the guitars sounded crisper. Bruce''s vocals also benefited as they don''t sound as hallow as the original. He sang considerably quieter when recording Nebraska, but that intimacy is retained and sounds great. Is the hiss gone? No but it''s less evident in the remaster.
Put me in the camp who would buy this again if he releases a box set for Nebraska, ala the treatment given to BTR & Darkness. I would love to hear the following: the acoustic demos recorded for Nebraska that were released on BITUSA (Downbound Train, Working on Hwy, Pink Cadillac); the E Street Band electric attempts at making the songs of Nebraska; and live versions of all the Nebraska styled songs that were performed during the 1984-85 BITUSA Tour.
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Sonys since 1970
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Disappointed In Pressing Quality
Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2018
Lost original in flood. Have been replacing albums with reissues. Had to return the first because Reason To Believe had mark''s in vinyl and sounded awful. This one has a lot of pops and crackles throughout even after cleaning and carbon fiber brushing couldn''t get all out.... See more
Lost original in flood. Have been replacing albums with reissues. Had to return the first because Reason To Believe had mark''s in vinyl and sounded awful. This one has a lot of pops and crackles throughout even after cleaning and carbon fiber brushing couldn''t get all out. I have several U2, Eagles and Beatles reissues that sound pristine. I hope ultrasonic can clean it up, not expecting much because I believe it is a pressing issue.
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Todd7
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Love the Bleakness and the Story
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2011
I did some sound research about this album before purchasing it. I''ve always been a "casual" Boss fan, and have enjoyed his mainstream hits, such as Born to Run, Dancing in the Dark, Streets of Philadelphia, etc. But it was this release that people were saying was so... See more
I did some sound research about this album before purchasing it. I''ve always been a "casual" Boss fan, and have enjoyed his mainstream hits, such as Born to Run, Dancing in the Dark, Streets of Philadelphia, etc. But it was this release that people were saying was so different from the rest of his work. I read many reviews, and people talked about darkness to the music, lyrics, the album cover, and the overall simplicity of his approach (with just an acoustic guitar and harmonica). I''m pleased to say that the reviewers (Rolling Stone included) are right. This album has taken some time to grow on me, but is deserving of 5 stars. This album loosely tells a story about struggles in life (a Boss trademark), while meshing it with dark music and a feeling of despair and depression. I love the black and white album cover, as it depicts a long endless road with no one around, or no one to help. It''s Nebraska, and the clouds have taken over, and it''s gonna rain. It''s almost insult to injury; this album sets the mood early, and triggers the imagination. I like the title track, as well as Atlantic City, Mansion on the Hill, State Trooper, and Open All Night. I will say that you need to be in the right mood (and frame of mind, for that matter) to listen to it in its entirety; it''s best to play it in the car as you''re driving to the pond to go fishing, or if you plan to travel a great distance. This is a folk album with a lot of emotion. Get it, and hear another side of THE BOSS.
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Tony
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Storytelling done well
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2016
This is one of my favourite Springsteen albums. It tends to be a dark themed recording, but Bruce really shines as a storyteller in this one. It leaves you thinking about the people and situations he sings of after you hear each song. I rated it down a star not due to... See more
This is one of my favourite Springsteen albums. It tends to be a dark themed recording, but Bruce really shines as a storyteller in this one. It leaves you thinking about the people and situations he sings of after you hear each song. I rated it down a star not due to the music itself, but due to the remaster. In some places, there is some distortion in the treble range, so I had to compensate for that. Otherwise, this is an album worth having.
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Joseph Adam carter
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The Boss
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2017
Great great album!!! I''m 28 years old and been a fan of Bruce my whole life thanks to my dad. When I was younger it was the big hits, BORN TO Run, Born in the USA, dancing in the dark, etc. as I got older late high school and college I got more into the other Bruce albums.... See more
Great great album!!! I''m 28 years old and been a fan of Bruce my whole life thanks to my dad. When I was younger it was the big hits, BORN TO Run, Born in the USA, dancing in the dark, etc. as I got older late high school and college I got more into the other Bruce albums. I feel like no matter how old you are Bruce grows up with you. Whether your 28 or 68 he has been along for the ride. Nebraska was my first real taste of lyrical brilliance. I lost this album years ago, and just now got around to getting it back. It''s just as I remember truly stunning.
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Brian G.
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2015 remastered CD is worth it.
Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2018
This is a great, classic album. I already had the CD from the 80s, but the sound quality wasn''t very good, even considering the way it was recorded. The 2015 reissue on CD is definitely worth the upgrade. Much clearer and more vibrant sound.
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Jazzrook
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Powerful and bleak songs from Bruce Springsteen in 1982.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 1, 2019
This unusual Bruce Springsteen acoustic album was recorded in New Jersey in 1982 on a cassette recorder. The 10 stark and bleak Springsteen songs about small-town America feature subjects such as crime, corruption and mass murder. Highlights for me are ''State Trooper'' and...See more
This unusual Bruce Springsteen acoustic album was recorded in New Jersey in 1982 on a cassette recorder. The 10 stark and bleak Springsteen songs about small-town America feature subjects such as crime, corruption and mass murder. Highlights for me are ''State Trooper'' and the Chuck Berry-influenced ''Open All Night''. I''m not a fan of Springsteen''s stadium rock but the honest and gripping songs on ''Nebraska'' have a powerful and visceral impact.
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Lin Davies
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A dark album but full of great stories and characters.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 14, 2021
You only have to look at the beautiful artwork on this CD to guess that the album is dark in mood. It is solo acoustic guitar and harmonica - a series of word portraits and stories reflecting the lives of people on the edge of society - misfits and losers. Particularly...See more
You only have to look at the beautiful artwork on this CD to guess that the album is dark in mood. It is solo acoustic guitar and harmonica - a series of word portraits and stories reflecting the lives of people on the edge of society - misfits and losers. Particularly chilling is the title track which is based on the true story of teenage Charlie Starkweather who, in the 1950s, went on a killing spree with his girlfriend and shot ten people dead. There seems to be no reason for what he did - just hopelessness and ''meanness in this world''. In ''Highway Patrolman'' the narrator has a no good brother who he won''t arrest because he places family loyalty before the law. And some of the tracks like ''My Father''s House'' and ''Mansion on the Hill'' seem to be based perhaps on memories from Bruce Springsteen''s past. There are no big sound rock numbers more a feel of BS speaking quietly to the listener - but the stories are absorbing and the music has a quiet beauty. Overall the mood is not depressing, more resigned - this is how life is. And the more you listen the more you get from it.
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Great Artist
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 28, 2019
i bought this for my husband who love Bruce Springsteen. He loved it, it brought back some happy memory''s for him. Great Album. would recommend this seller as it arrived quickly with no problems. I would purchase from them again.
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Best
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 3, 2019
Best Album#!!
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David Mansfield
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Awesome music from a true genius
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 23, 2014
As a fan of Springsteen since Born to Run I must admit I struggled with this album for a long time. Stripped of the majestic musical palettes the E Street band create, I could never quite grasp what the fuss was about. But that was my fault. One night I sat and studied the...See more
As a fan of Springsteen since Born to Run I must admit I struggled with this album for a long time. Stripped of the majestic musical palettes the E Street band create, I could never quite grasp what the fuss was about. But that was my fault. One night I sat and studied the lyrics without the album even playing and then it all made sense. The songs on this album are so deep and intense it''s music for the soul more than the ears. Music of this much power shouldn''t be ''reviewed'' by mere mortals like me, just listened to in awe.
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