While a handful of lucky fans were able to purchase Bruce Springsteen's new album, "High Hopes," two weekends ago when it momentarily leaked on Amazon, the unlucky ones can now stream the Boss' upcoming release over at CBS. The album was posted after receiving a teaser during the Jan. 5 episode of "The Good Wife" and will be available on the site until Jan. 13.
Listeners got their first taste of the new full-length album at the end of last November, when the the "High Hopes" title track and lead single popped up online. "High Hopes" was originally recorded by Tim Scott McConnell of the L.A. based Havalinas. Springsteen and his bandmates reworked the song with the help of Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello.
Springsteen's 18th studio album includes 12 tracks and will be available for purchase (for real) on Jan. 14. Let us know what you think of the album in the comments.
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