Bruce Springsteen to release first seven albums in newly remastered box set

Bruce Springsteen is to release a new box set that compiles his first seven albums. Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol. 1 1973-1984 will be remastered by respected engineers Bob Ludwig and Toby Scott, in conjunction with the artist himself. The albums have been newly transferred from original analogue masters using the Plangent Process playback system. The set will also feature a 60-page book featuring vintage press clippings, photos and other memorabilia from the first 11 years of Springsteen's recording career.

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Bruce Springsteen is to release a new box set that compiles his first seven albums.

Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol. 1 1973-1984 will be remastered by respected engineers Bob Ludwig and Toby Scott, in conjunction with the artist himself.

The albums have been newly transferred from original analogue masters using the Plangent Process playback system.

The set will also feature a 60-page book featuring vintage press clippings, photos and other memorabilia from the first 11 years of Springsteen’s recording career.

It is scheduled for release on November 17.

Included will be much of the work that has come to define Springsteen’s music, including 1973 debut Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J., Born To Run, and Nebraska.

The collection will be available to purchase on CD, vinyl or digital download.

None of the seven records have been remastered on vinyl before.

Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J. (1973)*
The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle (1973)*
Born To Run (1975)
Darkness On The Edge Of Town (1978)
The River (1980)*
Nebraska (1982)*
Born In The U.S.A. (1984)*


*denotes first time remastered on CD



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