Bruce Springsteen Top 10 Songs of All Time, New Songs in 2016-2017

Take a look at the below list of Bruce Springsteen Top 10 Songs and Albums of All Time till 2017 with new and upcoming songs 2017. If there exist a legendary songwriter and performer who always does grace rock and roll as a genre, that must be Bruce Springsteen. Getting only ten songs from his many incredible tracks is not a ‘walk in the park.’ As such, trying to get only ten of the best songs from such an illustrious career of a man known as ‘The Boss’ is next to impossible, but we have managed to get ten tracks that act as a pretty good start.

Bruce Springsteen Top 10 Songs List, New Songs in 2017-2018

List of Top 10 Songs by Bruce Springsteen of all time till 2017:

10. ‘Spirit in the Night.’

Many people hailed Bruce Springsteen who talked about him as the next Bob Dylan when he released ‘Greetings From Asbury Park.’ ‘Spirit in the Night’ is a perfect representation of the E Street Band and their best sounds ever performed. The track is an incredible tale about some teenagers who want to escape a boring life for a single night and party. The instruments used by the band make the story look real and exciting, and that is what makes ‘Spirit of the Night’ a fan favorite until today.

9. ‘Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

If you ever wanted to listen to E Street and Bruce Springsteen at their jammiest, then you must consider listening to ‘Rosalita, Come Out Tonight.’ The song remains a favorite during various concerts and fans love to hear the same whenever the musician performs live on the stage. The track is from Springsteen’s second album called ‘The Wild, the Innocent &the E Street.’ The seven-minute track is about forbidden love and the rescue of love from parents who fail to understand him.

8. ‘Badlands.’

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street are at their rocking best in ‘Badlands.’ The track is an adrenaline rock& roll and includes the theme of busting loose from a tradition that is disconnected from the reality done by Bruce Springsteen. The track is from Bruce’s ‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’ album released in 1978. The record does borrow some sounds from punk music hits, something that makes the song incredible.

7. ‘Long Walk Home.’

Bruce Springsteen does an excellent late career track called ‘Long Walk Home.’ The record is contained in the 2007 album named ‘Magic’ and is motivated by the disillusionment the musician feels over the leadership. The singer explains the ‘bad’ leadership of ‘George Bush,’ who he accuses of not having the ‘interests of the ordinary people at heart.’ The track is a protagonist to the artist’s other songs such as ‘Born to Run’ and ‘Thunder Road.’

6. ‘Devils and Dust.’

Bruce Springsteen is exceptional in that he is counted among one of the few artists in the rock genre who continue to maintain an output of new tracks that rival the ones he released earlier. ‘Devils and Dust’ released in 2005 in an album that shares the same name and is one of the finest tracks he has released in the last decade, an indication that he still ‘rocks.’ The song is a story about a soldier who goes to the Iraqi war, and the musician tries to figure out what is right and wrong in the emotional record. This is one of the Bruce Springsteen Top 10 Songs of All Time till 2017.

5. ‘4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)’

The song is contained in ‘The Wild, the Innocent &the E Street Shuffle’ album, the second album by Bruce Springsteen. The track released around the year 1973 before the musician surprised everyone with his ‘Born to Run’ album in the year 1975, although the track lives to be a fan favorite among the royal fans. The song gives the image of a young songwriter with an immense talent.

4. ‘The Ghost of Tom Joad.’

‘The Ghost of Tom Joad’ is the title song in the eleventh studio album by Bruce Springsteen released in 1995 as the musician’s first release in over five years. The track has a more folk oriented, stripped down and newer sound that fans were not used to since the musician released the ‘Nebraska’ album in the year 1982. The track is political and is influenced by ‘The Ballad of Tom Joad’ by Woody Guthrie’s.

3. ‘Jungleland.’

‘Jungleland’ is one of the most incredible rock and roll tracks ever recorded and written. The track plays like a short novel story line that is made to be music than anything else you can ever expect. The ten-minute song is a story of young lovers who are affected by gang violence. The same track is incredibly sad and beautiful at the same time. The record is so incredible that we might soon see a movie based on the same song.

2. ‘Born to Run.’

‘Born to Run’ is a track from the album that bears the same name, released in 1975. The track has the same theme with ‘Thunder Road,’ in that it talks about breaking free from life’s monotony and getting something nice in a different person, someone who loves you and cares much for you. The track is ranked at position twenty as the ‘Greatest song of all time’ by the ‘Rolling Stone’ magazine.

1.‘Thunder road.’

‘Thunder Road’ is a debut song from Springsteen’s ‘Magnus Opus’ album called ‘Born to Run’ and showed that the most complete and greatest rock album to be recorded was on its way. The song shows an epic Springsteen in both the theme and sound that tries to break free from ‘Town full of losers’ and look for an excellent life beyond the city limits. ‘Thunder Road’ is named the 85th ‘Greatest Song of all time’ by the ‘Rolling Stone’ magazine.

Bruce Springsteen Most Patriotic Song

Born In The USA

‘Born in the USA’ is the most patriotic track that the musician sings about his country, despite him being critical of the leadership of George Bush. The track draws memories of patriotism and love for one’s country.

Bruce Springsteen is an incredible artist loved by many people, fans of rock and roll as well as other fans who love different music genres. The musician is a thriller whose music you will love. Hit the listen button and listen to his tracks above and you will be relaxed like never before.

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