• Son of Griff

    Perfect encapsulation of this record, my all time personal favorite album and the one that most powerfully defined my adolescence. Now I know why.

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  • One of the highest, most historically aware moments in American pop culture–comparable to “You Never Can Tell” showing up in Pulp Fiction or “Be My Baby” kicking off Mean Streets is Stephen King using a verse from “Jungleland” as an epigraph for The Stand.
    It’s such a perfect collision of two American mythmakers at the height of their powers–especially since Larry Underwood is essentially Springsteen.

    • Yeah, King is so great at transforming pop culture into mythology. And Born to Run was practically made to be mythology.

    • Son of Griff

      When Jay Cocks was hammering out his early drafts of “Gangs of New York” in the late 70s, he was blasting “Darkness on the Edge of Town” on his stereo. Springsteen’s influence on rock music has some dubious impacts, but his influence on film and literature cannot be underestimated.

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  • Yuhaddabia “Big Shot” Dijna

    I’ve never driven in New Jersey, but I imagine this happens all the time.

    https://youtu.be/oIv8rtOYD6Q

  • Conor Malcolm Crockford

    The sax solo in Jungleland is so potent, so beautiful and lush, the sound of people searching for something perfect then watching it slip out of their fingers, the sound of young kids finding transcendence – that I don’t listen to it too often lest it get old. It’s saved for special occasions, like a good port or the steak you save in the freezer.