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CD Review

This time it's personal

Springsteen's new CD leaves politics behind

Bruce Springsteen, with E-Streeters Steve Van Zandt (right) and Max Weinberg. His album ''Working on a Dream'' is out Tuesday. Bruce Springsteen, with E-Streeters Steve Van Zandt (right) and Max Weinberg. His album ''Working on a Dream'' is out Tuesday. (Robert e. klein for the boston globe/file 2007)
By James Reed
Globe Staff / January 25, 2009

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Bruce Springsteen has always had a tendency to follow up a blockbuster with a curveball. If he's been consistent in anything, it's his predilection for surprise. (Full article: 486 words)

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