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About Manfred Mann

First of all it's "Revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night," so grow up already. And secondly, Bruce Springsteen wrote that song, not Manfred Mann. Third and finally, you should know that Manfred Mann was originally a mod R&B band with a hip British invasion sound by way of Georgie Fame-inspired jazz influences long before the front man (actually named Manfred Mann) went out on his own to play and record Doobie Brothers by way of Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band-sounding bar rock.

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Listen toManfred Mannon Napster

First of all it's "Revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night," so grow up already. And secondly, Bruce Springsteen wrote that song, not Manfred Mann. Third and finally, you should know that Manfred Mann was originally a mod R&B band with a hip British invasion sound by way of Georgie Fame-inspired jazz influences long before the front man (actually named Manfred Mann) went out on his own to play and record Doobie Brothers by way of Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band-sounding bar rock.

About Manfred Mann

First of all it's "Revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night," so grow up already. And secondly, Bruce Springsteen wrote that song, not Manfred Mann. Third and finally, you should know that Manfred Mann was originally a mod R&B band with a hip British invasion sound by way of Georgie Fame-inspired jazz influences long before the front man (actually named Manfred Mann) went out on his own to play and record Doobie Brothers by way of Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band-sounding bar rock.

About Manfred Mann

First of all it's "Revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night," so grow up already. And secondly, Bruce Springsteen wrote that song, not Manfred Mann. Third and finally, you should know that Manfred Mann was originally a mod R&B band with a hip British invasion sound by way of Georgie Fame-inspired jazz influences long before the front man (actually named Manfred Mann) went out on his own to play and record Doobie Brothers by way of Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band-sounding bar rock.