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The Wrecking Ball Songfacts reports that Wrecking Ball became Springsteen’s 10th chart-topping album in the US when it debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. Wrecking Ball's ascent to the peak position also meant that Springsteen became the first male artist to tally a #1 album in four straight decades.



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  • Avatar for KingNoCrown
    The more I return to this album the more I love it.
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  • Avatar for kell_salvador
    Wow. This is the only Springsteen album I actually like. Pretty decent for a 60-something.
  • Avatar for Hasen_Papa
    Great album from The Boss
  • Avatar for lloydy100
    I blimmin' love this album!! Its amazing Bruce can still make music this good after all these years.
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  • Avatar for Oriol1992
    And Akayz7, let's not forget Bruce is 63, his voice won't be the same as it was when he recorded Born in the USA
  • Avatar for Oriol1992
    I like the way it's produced, Bruce sounds great in this one!!
  • Avatar for Akayz7
    it's such a shame it's overproduced/loud, it could really have pushed Darkness at the Edge of Town. What they did here was make everything sound linear and lack any dynamic quality that good albums of his have.. in Born in the USA, his voice really blasts through the speakers. In this though... it's like the vocal is on the exact same level as the instruments.
  • Avatar for Contrasoma
    Think I've come around to liking "Wrecking Ball" more than "Magic" (just in time for Monday's show). Works in the balance of angry and joyous folk he struck on "Seeger Sessions" so well.

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