Bruce Springsteen announces new limited edition vinyl box set

The Album Collection Vol. 2, 1987-1996 is due on May 18

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Bruce Springsteen is to release a new limited edition box set collecting material recorded between 1987 and 1996.

Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol. 2, 1987-1996 is due on May 18 via Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings.

The long out-of-print Albums – 
Tunnel Of Love, Human Touch, Lucky Town and The Ghost Of Tom Joad – are available remastered for the first time on vinyl. The set includes a special 12” of 1988’s live EP Chimes Of Freedom, Springsteen’s 1993 two-LP MTV Plugged special, and the first-ever vinyl release of the 1996 Blood Brothers EP for a total of 10 discs.

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All of this material comes in recreations of the original packaging, accompanied by a 60-page book featuring rarely seen photos, memorabilia and original press clippings from the period.



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