Human Touch is the ninth studio album by Bruce Springsteen. The album was released March 31, 1992, the same day as Lucky Town. It was the more popular of the two, peaking at number two on the Billboard 200, with "Human Touch" (paired with Lucky Town's "Better Days") peaking at number one on the Mainstream Rock chart and on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Human Touch" has since sold more than one million copies in the United States
Roll Of The Dice Lyrics. Well I've been a losin' gambler Just throwin' snake eyes Love ain't got me downhearted I know up around the corner lies My fool's paradise In just another roll of the dice. All my elevens and sevens been comin' up Sixes and nines But since I fell for you baby Been comin' on changin' times They're waitin' over the rise Just another roll of the dice. I've stumbled and I know I made my mistakes But tonight I'm gonna be playin' for all of the stakes . Just another roll of the dice Move on up Come on seven Roll me baby In this fool's heaven. Roll Of The Dice" Track Info. Written By Roy Bittan & Bruce Springsteen.
Certificate of authenticity with number inside the box. 60-page booklet with rare photos, memorabilia and newspaper clippings from the years 1987 - 1996.
On March 31, 1992, Bruce Springsteen released two albums, Human Touch and Lucky Town. It was similar to what Guns N' Roses had done six months earlier with the Use Your Illusion records, but while Guns N' Roses simply split up what could have been a traditional double album into two parts, Springsteen created two separate listening experiences, with different musicians and production approaches. Dave Lifton - For starters, I've named the single album Living Proof, after the best song he wrote at the time. Given how much better Lucky Town is than Human Touch, I was surprised to see that my track listing is almost evenly split, with seven of the 12 tracks coming from Lucky Town. Still, "Leap of Faith" came close to replacing "Roll of the Dice," and "Soul Driver" almost made it solely on the strength of the line "Here's to our destruction.
These seven titles are presented in recreations of their original packaging and accompanied by a 60-page book featuring rarely-seen photos, memorabilia and original press clippings from this chapter of Springsteen's recording career. Disc: 7. 1. Real World.
The Album Collection Vol 2 1987-1996. Format: limited numbered 8xLP box + 60 page booklet + MP3 download code Cat: 881 Released: 18 May 18 Genre: Rock. Souls Of The Departed". 5. "My Beautiful Reward".
Album · 1992 · 14 Songs. 1992 Bruce Springsteen. More By Bruce Springsteen. See All. Greatest Hits.
In the liner notes to his volume of Columbia's Essential series, Bruce Springsteen immediately lays out the problem with hits collections: "In any body of work there are obvious high points. The rest depends on who's doing the listening. Where you were, when it was, who you were with when a particular song or album cut the deepest. their best work, whether it's the epic street poetry of "It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City" or the old-time rock & roll throwaway of "Pink Cadillac. Neither of those tunes are on the double-disc, 30-track Essential Bruce Springsteen, but any two-disc set can't hold all of Springsteen's great songs.