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Several have moved their picks to favor including 1965 over 1975. 1975 includes "Born to Run". I can't help thinking there are some Bruce fans reading this thread, shaking their head and thinking that we got it wrong here.

I like the album, but it's not in my personal list of my 10 most favorite of the decade. I mention this so I can be included in the mass derision should some Bruce fans descend upon this thread.

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Originally Posted by harmonizer
Several have moved their picks to favor including 1965 over 1975. 1975 includes "Born to Run".
Damn, you're right! At least we still get "The Wild, The Innocent" in there if we drop '75...


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This is very hard. Mid sixties to mid seventies is probably what I would go with too if pressed to answer.

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Easy, 70's.


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