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Uncut launches Bruce Springsteen iPad app

Uncut launches Bruce Springsteen iPad app

Uncut have launched a new iPad app which tells the complete story of one of the greatest rock’n’roll icons of all time, Bruce Springsteen.

'Bruce Springsteen: The Ultimate Music Guide' gives an in-depth overview of The Boss’ entire career, including the release of this year's Wrecking Ball, through a host of fascinating archive features taken from classic issues of NME and Melody Maker, and new reviews of all of his studio albums.

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Also included in the app are a bunch of classic photo galleries, video links and playable MP3 samples of every track on his studio albums.

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Other highlights include 'Introducing The E Street Band', a fully interactive guide to each member of one of the greatest rock groups ever, and a masterclass in Springsteen collectables and rarities.

Uncut Springsteen iPad App

The first chapter of 'Bruce Springsteen: The Ultimate Music Guide' is available now for free from iTunes – the other four chapters are available for 69p each.

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The full contents of the app, available now on iTunes, is:

CHAPTER 1 (FREE)

WECOME TO E STREET (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
Introducing Springsteen's players: greatest rock'n'roll band in the world!

1974 (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
Britain meets rock's "next superstar"

GREETINGS FROM ASBURY PARK (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
A battle-hardened singer-songwriter emerges fromthe shoreline clubs.

THE WILD, THE INNOCENT & THE E STREET SHUFFLE (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
Sprinsteen hones his vision as the E Street band takes shape


CHAPTER 2: 1975-1978

1975 (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
The Boss learns to deal with the hype as things get out of hand

1978 (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
The NME's Tony Parsons is granted and audience with The Boss...

BORN TO RUN (GALLERY)
An exclusive look at Eric Meola's iconic photographic session for the cover of Springsteen's classic

BORN TO RUN (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
The runaway American dream begins in earnest

DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
Springsteen heads for gloomier territory on his fourth LP, tackling blue-collar troubles with resignation not rage


CHAPTER 3: 1980-1984

1981 (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
Paolo Hewitt meets the man backstage to learn about growing up without selling out

1985 (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
It's 1985, and Springsteen returns to Europe for the first time in four years for his biggest shows yet, at Slane Castle

THE RIVER (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
From joyous rock'n'roll to introspective bedsitter blues, Bruce's 20-track epic displays colossal ambition

NEBRASKA (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
Back to basics and then some: the sparse 1982 classic, recorded at home in Bruce's garage

BORN IN THE USA (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
The album that took over the world: 30 millions sales later, a fresh look at Springsteen's biggest-selling work


CHAPTER 4: 1987-2002

1996 (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
Mid-life crisis? Springsteen - playing solo for the first time - gives NME one of his frankest interviews ever in 1996

2002 (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
Uncut meets The Boss on his farm in New Jersey to talk terrorism, The Rising and the E Street reunion

TUNNEL OF LOVE (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
1987: a deconstructed E Street Band and Springsteen's most personal album so far

THE GHOST OF TOM JOAD (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
Speed freaks, bank robbers, rent boys: Springsteen's '95 classic

HUMAN TOUCH/LUCKY TOWN (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
Following a long lay-off, The Boss returns, older and wiser, with two LPs

THE RISING (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
A passionate, affecting, intelligent response to 9/11



CHAPTER 5: 2005-2012

2008 (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
Uncut follows the E Street Band on tour in their Mid-Western heartland, The Boss back at the peak of his powers

DEVILS & DUST (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
2005: Dubya returns tp the White House, and Springsteen files an unflinching study of a nation on its knees

WE SHALL OVERCOME (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
The Seeger Sessions, 2006: one radical US patriot honours another

MAGIC (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
Bruce re-engaged with the world on the second of his three Noughties albums with the E Street Band

WORKING ON A DREAM (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
Springsteen celebrates the dawning of the age of Obama

The Wrecking Ball (ALBUM BY ALBUM)
An angry Boss attacks big business on his grim but brilliant 17th studio album

The power and the glory! From live 1975-85 to Live in Dublin (THE LIVE ALBUMS)

STOP ME... (ARCHIVE FEATURE)
...If you've heard the one about Uncut, Bruce Springsteen and Phil Spector...


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