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" Darkness was my ''samurai'' record," Springsteen writes, "stripped to the frame and ready to rumble. But the music that got left behind was substantial." For the first time, fans will have access to two discs containing a total of 21 previously-unreleased songs from the Darkness recording sessions, songs that, as Springsteen writes, "perhaps could have/should have been released after Born To Run and before the collection of songs that Darkness on the Edge of Town became."

Highlights include the extraordinary rock version of "Racing in the Street," the never-before-released original recordings of "Because the Night," "Fire," and "Rendezvous," the supreme pop opus "Someday (We''ll Be Together)," the hilarious "Ain''t Good Enough for You," the superb soul-based vocal performance on "The Broken Hearted," the utterly haunting "Breakaway," and the now finally released, fully orchestrated masterpiece and title song, "The Promise." All 21 songs have been mixed by Springsteen''s long-time collaborator, Bob Clearmountain. According to long-time manager/producer Jon Landau, "There isn''t a weak card in this deck. ''The Promise'' is simply a great listening experience."

Lyrics to all of the songs, a new essay from Bruce Springsteen and never-before-seen photographs from the Darkness sessions are also included.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

1 Racing in the Street
2 Gotta Get That Feeling
3 Outside Looking In
4 Someday (We''ll Be Together)
5 One Way Street
6 Because the Night
7 Wrong Side of the Street
8 The Brokenhearted
9 Rendezvous
10 Candy''s Boy

Disc: 2

1 Save My Love
2 Ain''t Good Enough for You
3 Fire
4 Spanish Eyes
5 It''s a Shame
6 Come On (Let''s Go Tonight)
7 Talk to Me
8 The Little Things (My Baby Does)
9 Breakaway
10 The Promise
11 City of Night

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Camelia N.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Amazon Investigations, Case#19.08.19_01: suspicious 5 star review of “The Promise.”
Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2019
Confidential transcript of a recorded conversation that took place at an undisclosed location in San Mateo County, California on August 19, 2019 between Amazon Investigative Team A3b (Northern California, Southern Oregon, and Western Idaho) and Amazon Prime customer,... See more
Confidential transcript of a recorded conversation that took place at an undisclosed location in San Mateo County, California on August 19, 2019 between Amazon Investigative Team A3b (Northern California, Southern Oregon, and Western Idaho) and Amazon Prime customer, Bradley N. (the “Yelp Whisperer.”)

Amazon IT-A3b: Hello, Bradley N. Please have a seat. We will be recording this conversation. Is that OK with you?

Bradley: Yes, that is fine.

A: Do you know why we are here?

B: Because of a recent review I wrote for Bruce Springsteen’s 2010 album, “The Promise.” At least, that’s what Jeff told me over the phone.

A: Good. I’m glad we’re on the same page. Did Jeff also mention why we want to talk with you about your review, exactly?

B: No, not exactly. Something about my having waited for almost 9 years to post my review for the album. Is that why you''re here?

A: Yes, that’s right. Waiting almost 9 years to post a review is a bit … unusual. We decided it would be best to meet you in person to learn more. We at Amazon are always curious about our customer’s behavior, and your case is indeed an intriguing one. Why wait so long to post your review, if we might be so bold as to tackle the topic directly?

B: Well, I just started reviewing all sorts of Amazon products this summer, as part of a plan to craft a new social media profile. After years of simply buying things using my Amazon Prime account, now I’m also contributing reviews. It’s really as simple as that. I mean, “The Promise” is a priceless treasure in the Great American Songbook. It preserves in time Bruce as he was in his late 20s: lean, hungry for attention, and in search of adult-themed adventure. The songs are all about fast cars, lost loves, and intense, deeply felt longings. Lust for life sort of songs, done with classic rock and roll beats and truly memorable performances by members of the E Street Band: Clarence Clemons on sax, Roy Bittan on piano, Danny Federici on organ, Gary Talent on bass, Max Weinberg on drums, and Stevie van Zandt on lead guitar and harmony vocals. Plus great supporting roles as well by other backup vocalists and studio musicians. It’s brilliant stuff!

A: Well, Jeff will be very pleased to hear you say that. On the record, of course.

B: I will say it again: I waited to review ‘The Promise” because I just now got to it. I have a large backlog of things to review, dating back almost a decade. I can’t just write these things overnight, you know! I have my standards.

A: Yes, our Investigative Team has researched your profile and past reviews quite exhaustively. You do indeed write very detailed reviews, very creative, but not yet very popular.

B: Well, I do ask my younger brother to cast a Helpful vote for my reviews. I’d ask my mom, too, but I don’t think she even knows how.

A: There is nothing against the rules to have friends and family cast Helpful votes, as long as they are not paid to do so.

B: Well, I don’t think I’d try that. And you know what? It’s very appropriate that I waited so long to review “The Promise,” because it contains 2 discs of previously unreleased songs that Bruce recorded with his band in 1977 and 1978, but that weren’t published until 2010. That’s a long time, don’t you think?

A: Well, it’s longer than Amazon has been around, we’ll say that much.

B: And the songs are great quality – very Roy Orbison in nature, with some Elvis Presley thrown in, a reminder that Bruce was born in 1949 and grew up with 50s and early 60s rock. He’s no spring chicken!

A: No, Bruce is almost 70 years old by this point, as we noted in our last interview with you in July 2019, regarding “Western Stars.”

B: Exactly! I knew you guys looked familiar. Say, how about listening to “The Promise” with me? These are great songs for forgetting about present-day politics and other unpleasant things, like how Amazon Music’s live streaming service is changing the entire nature of the recording industry. Who knows if Bruce would have been such an original and classically American male voice if he’d been forced to come of age in today’s Internet-driven world?

A: We’d be happy to stay to listen, sir. Got anything good to eat and drink?

B: As luck would have it, I just baked a sourdough rye bread and have also cured a fresh king salmon fillet with smoked salt, cracked peppercorns, turbinado sugar, and crushed juniper berries. And I have a 2017 vintage of Kopriva unoaked Chardonnay from the Ricci Vineyard in the Carneros district of Sonoma County. It’s the perfect food wine for the rye and gravlax, plus a delicious goat cheese spread I just made as well with fresh herbs from my organic community garden. What do you think?

A: This case is closed. Let’s eat! Cheers, Bradley N.

B: Cheers! You know, as I look at us all gathered together here, drinking local Californian wine and American-made, farm-to-table food as the sun sets once more over the redwood-bedecked San Mateo coast, I think that Bruce and Jeff would both be so proud. Don''t you think?

A: Yes, sir. Most definitely! I can most definitely drink to that.

[end of transcript].
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Dennis R. Goodwin
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This would have ended Bruce''s career if he would have released it when he recorded it.
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2020
Born To Run was what first introduced me to Springsteen full of passion and fire, followed by the River, then Darkness on the Edge of Town. I was hooked he was passionate, he was angry and had a great band behind him. I recently purchased the Promise recorded in the time... See more
Born To Run was what first introduced me to Springsteen full of passion and fire, followed by the River, then Darkness on the Edge of Town. I was hooked he was passionate, he was angry and had a great band behind him. I recently purchased the Promise recorded in the time period of Darkness on the Edge of Town, there''s about 6 good songs the rest are less than mediocre, no passion, no anger they are weak attempts at trying to sound like Roy Orbinson, Elvis Presley, Bruce voice lacks command of the songs and the music lacks any sense of command. Glad I bought it used for 2.69. 2 stars is to generous, 1.5 is more reasonable.
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MP56
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not Bruce''s best but if you''re a fan it''s a remarkably interesting ...
Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2016
I''m giving the 4 stars for the music. Okay, not Bruce''s best but if you''re a fan it''s a remarkably interesting insight into the process of a song''s genesis and a songwriter''s craft (which involves. transporting yourself back to the 1970s when you first heard Darkness on the... See more
I''m giving the 4 stars for the music. Okay, not Bruce''s best but if you''re a fan it''s a remarkably interesting insight into the process of a song''s genesis and a songwriter''s craft (which involves. transporting yourself back to the 1970s when you first heard Darkness on the Edge of Town in order to arrive at an educated and sensible set of conclusions as to why the songs (or versions of songs) here didn''t make the final cut in the days of vinyl-only. So much for the music and Springsteen. I do have a gripe concerning the review of a purchased product vis-a-vis the music and how that relates to the piece (or pieces) of plastic in cardboard and paper packaging that provide you with the essential material. The manufacturer and/or packager of the CDs clearly have a problem with counting from one to two; I originally received the cardboard and paper with only one of the pieces of plastic; Disc 2 to be precise. No Disc 1 in the cardboard envelope designed to hold it. No Disc 1 to be found anywhere! Amazon sent a replacement free of charge which did contain Disc 1 - twice! No Disc 2! Happily, I ended up with a complete product, albeit in two halves. To their great credit, Amazon agreed that two halves equals a whole and allowed me to keep both halves for the price of a whole!
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mrseth
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sounds good (best?) in 2 channel stereo
Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2019
I love the concept of this album and this one is a keeper. Whispers and hints of later songs to come emanate throughout this lost set of songs. It''s cool see how Bruce used/swapped out spare parts here to build many songs from the classic lps much like you do on hot rods,... See more
I love the concept of this album and this one is a keeper. Whispers and hints of later songs to come emanate throughout this lost set of songs. It''s cool see how Bruce used/swapped out spare parts here to build many songs from the classic lps much like you do on hot rods, old cars, etc. I find it sounds best in my 2 channel stereo setting, the most stripped down option on my sony a/v receiver. Clarity increases and nicely balances the occasional "wall of sound" production muddiness.
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Ken Garrett
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Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2010
This CD was released after significant press-releases, interviews, and implied "promises" (no pun intended, really) of its greatness. Extensive accounts were released online of Springsteen''s anguish and "dark night of soul" as he wrote and produced these songs while in the... See more
This CD was released after significant press-releases, interviews, and implied "promises" (no pun intended, really) of its greatness. Extensive accounts were released online of Springsteen''s anguish and "dark night of soul" as he wrote and produced these songs while in the midst of a bitter legal contest with his manager at the time, and a recording company. (I may not have all of that information down perfectly, but that''s the idea...) In short, my expectations were a bit dampened by the pre-hype for the product. I heard Springsteen for the first time in 1976, and saw him in concert a couple of times in the years that followed ("Darkness" and "River" tours) While there is not doubt as to the power of those shows in those years, and of the musical releases that followed, my hopes were not very high that The Promise would come close to capturing the flavor of Springsteen''s music when I first heard it as a teenager. I reasoned, "if he needs this much build-up, TV appearances, interviews, FB "updates," etc., is the product really going to be that great? What are they compensating for here?"
I was wrong.
The Promise captures more of the passion, angst, and creative boil during that particular era of Springsteen''s career than any preparatory media could have fully described. It''s not that listening to The Promise really takes me back to 1978; instead, it reintroduces me to that year, that time...explains why my life was so deeply changed and marked by the music of Bruce Springsteen, and why the honesty and raw vulnerability of a Springsteen song, let alone a 4-hour Springsteen concert, could truly be a life-changing, unforgettable experience.
If you''ve got a PhD in Springsteen-ology, you could probably find a number of deficiencies in The Promise, but if you''re simply a grateful fan over the years, you won''t be disappointed in this work. You''ll be grateful, and you''ll remember...
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mpage
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
At Last! The Lost Darkness Sessions of The Boss has arrived!
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2013
When Bruce Springsteen released Darkness On The Edge Of Town back in 1978 he was faced with rave reviews but what could have been on there was a lot that had been left behind which is what''s contained here. Some of these songs were recorded by other artists, i.e. Robert... See more
When Bruce Springsteen released Darkness On The Edge Of Town back in 1978 he was faced with rave reviews but what could have been on there was a lot that had been left behind which is what''s contained here. Some of these songs were recorded by other artists, i.e. Robert Gordon, Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes and the title tune of this collection was actually a contender for Darkness but was left off due to interpretations being of the lawsuit between Springsteen and his former manager Mike Appel(Which wasn''t the case really). There''s even a hidden track at the closing of this collection-"The Way". Other Darkness outtakes are included on the 1998 boxed set Tracks also whereas the ones featured here capture the true spirit of Bruce and The E-Street Band musically. Just hearing the material is proof positive. It is truly a treasure of material from the Boss himself. Rock out!
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David M. Sasso
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Bruce Springsteen is the greatest thing that ever happened to Rock and Roll
Reviewed in the United States on January 6, 2014
You listen to how strong this material is and you scratch your head wondering why he never released it. As others have mentioned Bruce was fighting for artistic control of his music at the time and by the time the law suit was over he was in a different place.... See more
You listen to how strong this material is and you scratch your head wondering why he never released it.
As others have mentioned Bruce was fighting for artistic control of his music at the time and by the time the law suit was over he was in a different place. Ultimately he probably was right to hold the Promise back as snotty record reviewers would probably contended that he was a one trick pony. The music on this two disc collection is much stronger than the material from this period that was released on tracks. There really isn''t a weak track here. Some outstanding work reminiscent of the River which is my personal favorite. It really opens your eyes to what a unbelievable prolific and great song writer the man is. Love this record.
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Martin H. Franzen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Who knew leftovers could be this good?
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2014
I waited a while to purchase this CD, thinking I didn''t need alternate versions of "Darkness on the Edge of Town" songs. I was mistaken about the concept. Most of this album consists of unreleased songs and they are as good as anything The Boss released so many... See more
I waited a while to purchase this CD, thinking I didn''t need alternate versions of "Darkness on the Edge of Town" songs. I was mistaken about the concept. Most of this album consists of unreleased songs and they are as good as anything The Boss released so many years ago. Standout tracks include the upbeat party tune "Ain''t Good Enough for You," the pensive "Save My Love," the ought-to-be show closer "Someday (We''ll be Together)" and the hidden track, album ender "The Way You Belong to Me." But that''s just skimming the surface. If you like classic Springsteen, you have to have this album.
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Og Oggilby
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Boss Rejects Better Than the Best of the Rest!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 31, 2018
This three vinyl album set proves, if you really needed evidence, that the stuff Bruce Springsteen rejects is vastly superior to what most artists release. This is simply remarkable- including his versions of songs such as ''Fire'' - a hit for the Pointer Sisters- and...See more
This three vinyl album set proves, if you really needed evidence, that the stuff Bruce Springsteen rejects is vastly superior to what most artists release. This is simply remarkable- including his versions of songs such as ''Fire'' - a hit for the Pointer Sisters- and ''Because the Night''- a hit for Patti Smith- as well as a set of frequently dazzling songs which he thought better of releasing- is the stuff of legend. If you thought his regular releases were good, then ''The Promise'' will show you the depth and range of his talent. This stands as a release in it''s own right- as good as any legitimate release Bruce Springsteen has put out. Wonderful, deeply rewarding music. The Boss is the Best!
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Lin Davies
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Brilliant bonus tracks from the 1970s.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 26, 2021
Is there nothing this man cannot do? I''m beginning to think that Bruce Springsteen could release an album of his shopping lists and it would be wonderful. Seriously though, considering that this double album consists of songs from 1977/8 which didn''t make it onto ''Darkness...See more
Is there nothing this man cannot do? I''m beginning to think that Bruce Springsteen could release an album of his shopping lists and it would be wonderful. Seriously though, considering that this double album consists of songs from 1977/8 which didn''t make it onto ''Darkness on the Edge of Town'', the standard is tremendous. Most people would be proud to release this as a first choice album. It is a great mix of tracks including the familiar ''Because the Night'' and an alternative version of ''Racing in the Street'' which I''m almost preferring to the original. ''Candy''s Boy'' has a real 70s sound as has ''It''s a Shame'' and there are some real ballads like ''Someday'' and ''The Little Things my Baby Does''. Probably my favourite is the title track ''The Promise'' with its beautiful Thunder Road refrain. I bought this album having bought all the mainstream releases because I just wanted more, and I''m so glad I did.
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MEGAMARKJAMESGRANT
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Enjoyable And Interesting
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 19, 2018
Arrived today promptly from Music Magpie. Good album and very interesting but I guess it will mostly appeal to hardcore Springsteen fans as I would say I am! A great alternative take on ''Racing In The Street'' kicks off the album and some lovely songs follow...ok these are...See more
Arrived today promptly from Music Magpie. Good album and very interesting but I guess it will mostly appeal to hardcore Springsteen fans as I would say I am! A great alternative take on ''Racing In The Street'' kicks off the album and some lovely songs follow...ok these are basically rejects from the Darkness album but they are little gems in their own right. A world class songwriter like The Boss cannot seem to write a ''bad'' song anyway...even if he tried. Having said that, some tunes are better than others but I suppose that that is a purely personal viewpoint. Every Bruce Springsteen fan should own this album.
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crackedactor
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Fascinating album.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 17, 2016
Really fascinating insight into the songwriting and production process. Springsteen was obviously working up to ''Darkness on the edge of town'' but never quite getting what he wanted. This shows how dedicated he was to making the right album - and one that could stand...See more
Really fascinating insight into the songwriting and production process. Springsteen was obviously working up to ''Darkness on the edge of town'' but never quite getting what he wanted. This shows how dedicated he was to making the right album - and one that could stand alongside ''Born to run''. I love his original version of ''Because the night'' and I actually prefer the version of ''Racing in the street'' on here. I''d say that this album is an essential addition to his formidable work in the 70s, when Springsteen still had hunger and fire in his guts. Bruce still has those qualities but if I were him, I think I would be in awe of my recorded output in the 70s!
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His Best in Years
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 25, 2011
As a Springsteen fan since the Born to Run days, and someone who will regret forever having missed his 1975 Hammersmith Odeon UK debut, this album is, for me, the best thing he has released since Darkness - from whose recording sessions, of course, this material was taken....See more
As a Springsteen fan since the Born to Run days, and someone who will regret forever having missed his 1975 Hammersmith Odeon UK debut, this album is, for me, the best thing he has released since Darkness - from whose recording sessions, of course, this material was taken. This just raises the question as to why Darkness was just a single, and not a double, album. Whilst Bruce has made something of a revival in recent years with great albums in The Rising and Magic, my view is that he has never recaptured the sound (or indeed songwriting quality) of the E Street Band pre-1980. The Promise contains a number of ''famous'' Springsteen songs, with great versions of Because The Night, Fire and Talk To Me (on a par with Southside Johnny''s superb 1978 version). There are very few weak songs here, and other standouts are Gotta Get That Feeling, Rendezvous, Save My Love, Spanish Eyes and The Little Things (My Baby Does). Sadly, with the death of Danny Federici and Clarence, I think it unlikely Bruce will hit such peaks again (but here''s hoping).
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