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Lucky Town
Bruce Springsteen
Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Heartland Rock,Rock & Roll
March 31, 1992
Date of recording:
September, 1991 - January, 1992
A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA
FLAC album size:
1571 mb
MP3 album size:
1945 mb
Other formats:

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.

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

Band Name Bruce Springsteen. Album Name Lucky Town. Released date 31 March 1992. Labels Columbia Records. Members owning this album26. 4. If I Should Fall Behind.

Lucky Town Chords - Bruce Springsteen, Version (1). Play Lucky Town Chords using simple video lessons. Am Out where the sky's been cleared by a good hard rain. C G There's somebody callin' my secret name. Chorus: F G I'm goin' down to Lucky Town. D Am7 Am G Goin' Down to Lucky Town. F G F I wanna lose these blues I've found C Am7 Am Down in Lucky Town C Am7 Am Down in Lucky Town. Am C G Am C G. Verse II: Am Had a coat of fine leather and snakeskin boots.

Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). After this we got Ghost of Tom Joad, another personal album so having Lucky Town and Human Touch released between Tunnel and Tom Joad made sense and maintained the musical balance. Personally I love these albums and enjoy them for what they are, love songs and fun songs.

Much of the songwriting is autobiographical, from Local Hero to the masterful Living Proof, written after the birth of Springsteen’s first son.

lucky town bruce springsteen, lucky town chords 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. "Live in New York City" Brucespringsteennet March 27, 2001 Retrieved May 17, 2012. a b "Lucky Town" Brucespringsteennet March 31, 1992 Retrieved May 17, 2012. "Local Hero by Bruce Springsteen" Songfactscom Retrieved May 17, 2012. "Souls Of The Departed by Bruce Springsteen" Songfactscom September 18, 2003 Retrieved May 17, 2012.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Better Days Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 4:08
2 Lucky Town Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 3:27
3 Local Hero Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 4:04
4 If I Should Fall Behind Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 2:57
5 Leap of Faith Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 3:27
6 The Big Muddy Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 4:06
7 Living Proof Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 4:49
8 Book of Dreams Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 4:24
9 Souls of the Departed Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 4:18
10 My Beautiful Reward Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen 3:55


Zachary Alford - Drums, Main Personnel
Roy Bittan - Bass, Keyboard Bass, Keyboards, Main Personnel, Producer
Sandra Choron - Art Direction
Gia Ciambotti - Main Personnel, Vocals
Bob Clearmountain - Mixing
Dave Collins - Editing
Carol Dennis - Main Personnel, Vocals
Shane Fontayne - Guitar, Main Personnel
Greg Goldman - Assistant, Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Scott Hull - Digital Editing, Editing
Randy Jackson - Bass
Rob Jaczko - Assistant, Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Cleo Kennedy - Main Personnel, Vocals
Bobby King - Main Personnel, Vocals
Jon Landau - Audio Production, Producer
Lisa Lowell - Vocals (Background)
Bob Ludwig - Mastering
Gary Mallaber - Drums
Ian McLagan - Guest Artist, Organ (Hammond)
Chuck Plotkin - Audio Production, Producer
Angel Rogers - Main Personnel, Vocals
David Rose - Photography
Patti Scialfa - Main Personnel, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Toby Scott - Engineer
Tommy Sims - Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel
Bruce Springsteen - Audio Production, Bass, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Instrumentation, Main Personnel, Multi Instruments, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Pamela Springsteen - Photography
Crystal Taliefero - Guitar, Main Personnel, Percussion, Vocals
Soozie Tyrell - Vocals (Background)
Victor Weaver - Type Design, Typography
Randy Wine - Assistant, Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
  • Legionstatic
This album is something of a relief after listening to its companion album "Human Touch". The band is still not the E Street Band and don't have as much character or originality in their attack, which means it doesn't quite have that classic vibe that all of his studio albums did until this time. But, unlike "Human Touch", "Lucky Town" has great songs of the level of passion and commitment that Bruce fans usually can expect from him and the material is uniformly good to excellent throughout. The great songs spur the band to at least play with more power and muscle. I imagine those who bought both of these on CD when they came out sold back Human Touch and kept this one.
  • Ndlaitha
Released on the same day as Human Touch, this is widely regarded as the better of the two releases. The material is stronger and sounds inspired, lyrics are clearly reflective of a man who has begun fatherhood and is trying to figure out life with a major new factor: kids! The album is consistent and rocks hard for the first few songs. Better Days, Luck Town, Local Hero, Leap of Faith, Living Proof are major highlights and the slower ones aren't to shabby either! Quite of few of these songs have survived in the live shows up to now (2017) and rightfully so. This album sounds as if it were recorded with the E Street Band in mind and they have put their stamp on the material at their live shows. Excellent album and definitely worth the time to listen to.
Bruce's most personal record that wrongfully got forgot, his most underrated album most definitely and a fantastic companion to juxtapose tunnel of love, one day this will be hailed as a classic, sadly for the moment its M. I. but a select few.
  • Mr.Bean
Of the two albums Springsteen released in March 1992, Lucky Town is the stronger of the two. Saying so much by not saying a lot, Lucky Town has great melody and some powerful and poignant lyrics to match. It does a fine job of celebrating where Bruce was in the early 90s. Human Touch seemed weighed down by its depth whereas Lucky Town simplified matters but retained a sense of its place and time. Key tracks are Better Days, the title track, If I Should Fall Behind, and Living Proof.
  • Virtual
Lucky Town is said to be better than its sister album Human Touch. What I'm about to say will probably go down about as well as 'Born in the U.S.A.' played at a Republican convention, but my opinion? It's just as okay-but-nothing-special-by-his-standards, but doesn't have a gem like Human Touch's title track to salvage it from the pages of Springsteen irrelevance. Remember folks, he's even less of a fan of his '90s output than any of us are!