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
Redirected from Leap of Faith (Bruce Springsteen song)). Lucky Town is the tenth studio album by Bruce Springsteen. The album was released on March 31, 1992, the same day as the Human Touch album. Lucky Town peaked at number three on the Billboard 200, with "Better Days" (paired with Human Touch's "Human Touch") peaking at number one on the Mainstream Rock and on the Billboard Hot 100. Lucky Town has since sold over one million copies in the United States.
Although Human Touch and Lucky Town reached No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, and both went platinum, they’re very much the bastard children of Bruce’s discography. Bruce is right to insist there are great songs on each
In other words, Human Touch/Lucky Town is the Springsteen equivalent to Season 2 of Friday Night Lights. But to dismiss them entirely would be to miss out on a great lost Bruce Springsteen album. So on this, the 25th anniversary of both releases, we’re redeeming Human Touch and Lucky Town. There may not be enough good material for two classic albums, but there’s certainly enough for one and, as you’ll see, a bonus EP. Before we get into the track listing, though, a few things: - In keeping with rejiggered Springsteen projects such as The Promise: The Darkness On the Edge of Town Story and The.
Reportedly, Bruce Springsteen recorded most of Human Touch in 1990, but left it unreleased. He might have been better off pulling a couple of the stronger songs from the earlier album, adding them to the later one (which runs less than 40 minutes), and shelving the rest. If Lucky Town, like Tunnel of Love and Human Touch before it, sounded a little under-produced, it nevertheless had the mark of the major artist Springsteen is, and if he had released it alone, it might have had a more significant impact.
Lucky Town takes Springsteen’s personal unease and partners it with a bright, striving arrangement. If I Should Fall Behind is the kind of deeply romantic, touching ballad that Bruce can deliver without lapsing into banal sentimentalism. Leap of Faith is the sort of rousing number for which he’s best known
Album: Lucky Town (1992). Charted: 48. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn May 9th 1992, Bruce Springsteen performed "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)," "Lucky Town" and "Living Proof" on Saturday Night Live - his first network television appearance. Tom Hanks was the guest host that night. Al from Hollister, CaGreat song.
Bruce Springsteen Album-By-Album. A listener’s guide by Rob Sheffield and the Rolling Stone staff. Bruce Springsteen Album Guide: Edge of Town 1978. Bruce Springsteen Album Guide: Greetings 1973. Bruce Springsteen Album Guide: Human Touch 1992. Bruce Springsteen Album Guide: Lucky Town 1992.