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Human Touch by Bruce Springsteen

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Human Touch

Bruce Springsteen

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Label: Sony
He actually released two full-length albums on the same March 1992 day: Human Touch is, uh, the longer one. The gently carnal title track still makes greatest-hits comps; "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)" is a goofy talking-blues oddity wherein Bruce shoots out his TV, Elvis-style. The vibe here is poppy and genial and what they call "adult-oriented," but even at its softest our man is howling with less gently carnal aplomb -- see the flashy coda to "Roll of the Dice." Lotta synths here, but nothing dates this more than The Boss only having 57 channels. That's Randy Jackson on bass, dog.

About This Album

He actually released two full-length albums on the same March 1992 day: Human Touch is, uh, the longer one. The gently carnal title track still makes greatest-hits comps; "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)" is a goofy talking-blues oddity wherein Bruce shoots out his TV, Elvis-style. The vibe here is poppy and genial and what they call "adult-oriented," but even at its softest our man is howling with less gently carnal aplomb -- see the flashy coda to "Roll of the Dice." Lotta synths here, but nothing dates this more than The Boss only having 57 channels. That's Randy Jackson on bass, dog.

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About This Album

He actually released two full-length albums on the same March 1992 day: Human Touch is, uh, the longer one. The gently carnal title track still makes greatest-hits comps; "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)" is a goofy talking-blues oddity wherein Bruce shoots out his TV, Elvis-style. The vibe here is poppy and genial and what they call "adult-oriented," but even at its softest our man is howling with less gently carnal aplomb -- see the flashy coda to "Roll of the Dice." Lotta synths here, but nothing dates this more than The Boss only having 57 channels. That's Randy Jackson on bass, dog.