Nebraska album photo shoot with Bruce Springsteen by photographer David Michael Kennedy captures an essence of desolation and beauty. With songs that beautifully paint the stories of blue collar, down-on-luck characters facing a turning point of redemption or outsiders, criminals and mass murderers with little hope for the future — or no future at all, this album, released on September 30, 1982, by Columbia Records, remains one of Bruce's most highly acclaimed.
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