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3. 'Born to Run' (1975)
A masterpiece from start to last with the title track serving as a repository for everything that is great in a rock song: a guy, a girl, a fast car, wings... and a guitar solo that grabs you by the throat. “Born To Run” turned Springsteen into a superstar and for good reason. With the Phil Spector-like production, every note and every instrument is where it should be and yet the album never sounds labored or anything other than fresh. Scooter and the Big Man bust this city in half and there’s no turning back. “She’s The One’s closing minute is one of the most jubilant, exhilarating ever caught on vinyl and magnum opus “Meeting Across The River/Jungleland” tears every fiber from your being before leaving you exhausted in in a heap.