Twenty-five years ago this week: Bruce Springsteen released the seminal album Born in the U.S.A., which spawned seven singles and becomes one of his biggest commercial successes, having sold more than 25 million copies worldwide.
“Dancing in the Dark” [May 4, 1984]
“Cover Me” [July 31, 1984]
“Born in the U.S.A.” [October 30, 1984]
“I’m on Fire” [February 6, 1985]
“Glory Days” [May 31, 1985]
“I’m Goin’ Down” [September 7, 1985]
“My Hometown” [November 21, 1985]
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