What bruce Springsteen album is sylvester stalone listening to on the movie cop land?
This movie features two tracks from Springsteen's "The River", released in 1980. These tracks are "Drive All Night" and "Stolen Car". The movie's soundtrack has been released as a CD.
Sorry, I posted this question and didn't notice autocorrect changed the wording. I am asking a question about the album played in the movie Roaemary's Baby.I meant to ask what album Rosemary and then later Rosemary and Guy are listening to in their apartment. In the first scene Rosemary puts on the album and lies on the couch, listening to the music and reading a book. In the second scene, Rosemary and Guy are eating…
Bruce Springsteen wrote this song in 1978 recorded it for the Darkness on the Edge of Town album but didn't release it. Patti Smith, recording in the same studios, finished the lyrics on the song, recorded it and released it on her Easter album. Springsteen released that song with Smiths lyrics on the 2010 album The Promise. Other versions of the song are recorded by 10.000 maniacs and even Kim Wilde.
According to Bruce Springsteen's official web site (http://www.brucespringsteen.net), the song "Missing" from the movie Crossing Guard was included on the album, "The Essential Bruce Springsteen". This album was released on November 11, 2003. You can see full details, a review of the album and even hear a sample via iTunes on Answers.com at http://www.brucespringsteen.net/songs/Missing.html. The songs from this album can be viewed at http://www.brucespringsteen.net/albums/essential.html. Lyrics are at http://www.brucespringsteen.net/songs/Missing.html.
It has to be Tom. I believe he's been around longer, and he has survived. Springsteen by a large margin .........Not even close my friend. While Petty and his collaborators have sold nearly 60 million albums in the US, Springsteen has sold over 65 million in the US and over 120 million world wide. Petty hasn't had much success of late, whereas Springsteen continues to have very high album sales. Petty is great, but he's…
Although the first album manufactured on CD was The Visitors by ABBA, the first album to actually be released on CD anywhere was 52nd Street by Billy Joel. However, the album was initially only available on CD in Japan. And just in case you were wondering, yes, Born in the USA by Bruce Springsteen was the first album to be released on CD in North America.