The Wild, The Innocent & the E Street Shuffle - Bruce Springsteen

The Wild, The Innocent & the E Street Shuffle

Bruce Springsteen

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1973-11-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7
  • ℗ 1973 Bruce Springsteen

The Wild, The Innocent & the E Street Shuffle ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
The E Street Shuffle Bruce Springsteen 4:29
2
4th of July, Asbury Park (Sand Bruce Springsteen 5:36
3
Kitty's Back Bruce Springsteen 7:08
4
Wild Billy's Circus Story Bruce Springsteen 4:47
5
Incident on 57th Street Bruce Springsteen 7:44
6
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) Bruce Springsteen 7:04
7
New York City Serenade Bruce Springsteen 9:55

Reviews

  • Creative an passionate

    5
    By Bruce springsteen fan99
    This is one of Bruce’s bests albums I mean really! It’s so dynamic the way he goes from e street shuffle to 4th of July. The different change in music in those two songs is just marvelous. Only a genius could make an album like this and that’s Bruce for ya. I consider this as Bruce’s 3rd best album and darkness at 1 and born to run at 2 but it’s like picking 1 good apple from another apple that’s the same there all amazing and genuinely the best song writer in my opinion. AND WHAT TIME IS IT!? ITS BOOOOOOSSSSSSSS TIIIIMMMEEEE!
  • Before the storm

    5
    By Scooter623
    Shows a Springsteen that might have been had there not been a Born To Run or Born In The USA (a title Springsteen admits to boosting off of movie director Jonathan Demme. He gave Demme another song and title to use for his film- Light Of Day.) A Bruce with a sense of humor and a looser, wider songwriting style that, again, was washed away with Born To Run. Easily my favorite Springsteen album. Incident On 57th Street is a forgotten masterpiece.
  • not so fast

    4
    By rebelaxe
    this is in my opinion his weakest early album, that being said it is still very good.
  • Bruce Springsteen

    1
    By fishahoulic
    We dont need him or his Oboma Loving Arss. He is a talentless hack!!!!!
  • Wonderful

    5
    By 55downup
    It is such a joy to listen to. This album has it all. Rock, jazz, funk, emotional ballads. And of course the great lyrics. Long live the Boss
  • Amazing and Underrated

    5
    By Epicpenguin13
    One of his longer albums, but not a second is wasted.
  • Classic and Pure

    5
    By Bruce Mack
    This is one of the most under appreciated albums of the lot.
  • Epic

    5
    By <3 Sharon
    This album is probably my 3rd favorite Bruce album! My first is "born to run" followed by "darkness on the edge of town", but this album holds my favorite song "Incident on 57th street". That son is just such a masterpiece! This album is epic because every song is timeless! From "the e street shuffle" to "Rosalita" to "New York City serenade". Seriously buy this album and Listen to it!
  • His Best Album

    5
    By garydawg435
    My favorite Bruce Springsteen album
  • Need more stars for THIS one.

    5
    By ronineko1
    Perfect!!