Various - Hear Nebraska (Nebraska Music Compilation Vol. 2) FLAC album
Title: Hear Nebraska (Nebraska Music Compilation Vol. 2)
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Nebraska is the sixth studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released on September 30, 1982, by Columbia Records. Sparsely recorded on a 4-track cassette tape Portastudio 144, the songs on Nebraska were originally intended as demos of songs to be recorded with the E Street Band. However, Springsteen ultimately decided to release the demos himself. Nebraska remains one of the most highly regarded albums in his catalog.
To put on Nebraska and hear its world of echo is to enter a dream. As Bruce Springsteen songs go, these are very good ones, but their true meaning came out in the presentation. Nebraska is above all a sonic experience, which explains why he could never get the songs right in a proper studio. A lot of its content was in its style, in the treatment of it, he said in an interview in 1984. music, from Bobby Vinton’s Blue Velvet to any number of country hits. But rather than invoking a certain era, genre, or style, the sound of Nebraska brings to mind the radio, the medium through which these techniques were first widely distributed. The right amount of reverb and echo can make a cheap speaker in a car’s dashboard sound lush and dreamy. Nebraska’s homespun production reinforces the notion that recorded music happens across vast amounts of time and space.
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Nebraska finds Bruces rambunctious ragamuffin pals Sloppy Sue, Big Bones Billy, and Bad Scooter a decade down the line, still languishing in the suffocating towns from which they swore theyd escape. Its about the folks that never glanced up at their rearview mirrors as their hometowns melted into the horizon. Perhaps thats what makes Nebraska Springsteens most rewarding album. Tom Morello is quoted as saying, I didnt know there was music like that, that was as impactful and as heavy as Nebraska was. The alienation that I felt was for the first time expressed in music. The key word there is impactful. Springsteens more commercial work is certainly impactful, but in the way of your first kiss or a mothers hug.
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The album that became Nebraska began as an acoustic sketch recorded in Springsteen's New Jersey home during the first week of January 1982. These songs were more downbeat and macabre than his previous work, reflecting Springsteen's malaise as he grappled with family difficulties and the isolation of superstardom.
|A1||–Universe Contest||The Day The Earth Took Pills|
|A2||–Pleasure Adaptor||Everything Has Been Erased|
|A3||–Noah's Ark Was A Spaceship||Caucasian Meditation|
|A4||–Millions Of Boys||Dudcats|
|A5||–Tim Kasher||American Lit|
|B2||–Conchance||The Dead Daylight|
|B4||–Lloyd McCarter||Big Time|