Bruce Springsteen's archives has dropped aother live release!
This time it's Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - September 27th, 1985, recorded during his Born in the U.S.A.tour.
There are 30 songs on this release, including the Born in the U.S.A.album, along with six covers and two songs played for the first time -- "War" and "Janey, Don't You Lose Heart."
In other Springsteen news, did you know he wrote a song for a Harry Potter film?
Springsteen said in 2016 that he decided to write the song around the turn of the century for his son, Evan. He described it as an “uncharacteristic” song for him, but hey, Springsteen is Springsteen.
“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” was set to be the lucky film, but the movie reportedly wasn’t allowed to include commercial songs in its soundtrack.
“I’ll Stand by You Always” is now featured over the closing credits of Blinded by the Light, which is based on the memoir Greetings From Bury Parkby Sarfraz Manzoor, who was inspired by Springsteen's songs to become a writer.
Blinded by the Lightis scheduled to hit theaters on August 14th.