From twitter today (Jan 10, 2020):

Bruce Springsteen @springsteen 

"Five modern classic Bruce Springsteen albums are coming to vinyl February 21. ’18 Tracks,’ ‘Live In New York City,’ ‘The Rising’ and ‘Devils & Dust’, and ‘Live In Dublin,’ will be available on vinyl for the first time ever. Pre-order now"
 
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Coming to vinyl for the first time in more than 20 years: ’18 Tracks,’ available February 21. This 2LP set featured highlights from the ‘Tracks’ box set, including “Pink Cadillac,” “Brothers Under The Bridge” and the original “Born In The U.S.A.” demo. It also contains three exclusive tracks: a re-recording of “The Promise” from 1999, “Trouble River” and Bruce’s original version of “The Fever,” made famous by Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes.
 
 
BS2
 
Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band’s triumphant reunion tour was one of rock’s great moments at the end of the 20th century. Now, ‘Live In New York City,’ recorded over two nights at Madison Square Garden in the summer of 2000, is repressed on vinyl on February 21 for the first time since its original release. This 3LP set features all the highlights of those shows, including “Born To Run,” “Badlands” and the powerful “American Skin (41 Shots).”
 
 
BS3
 
Released in the wake of 9/11, ‘The Rising’ offered messages of healing and redemption with the help of all the members of The E Street Band, in studio for the first time in nearly a decade. ‘The Rising’ will be reissued on 2LP vinyl for the first time in more than 15 years on February 21.
 
 
BS4
 
‘Devils & Dust’ remains one of the starkest studio albums Bruce Springsteen ever released, recalling the spare acoustic-with-band approach of ‘The Ghost Of Tom Joad’ a decade earlier. On February 21, ‘Devils & Dust’ will be released on 2LP vinyl – its first availability on the format since it was originally released.
 
 
BS5
 
Live In Dublin’ is released on 3LP vinyl for the first time on February 21. Recorded in concert with The Sessions Band in 2006, this album presented not only classic folk songs popularized by Pete Seeger but also radically rearranged versions of Bruce Springsteen favorites like “If I Should Fall Behind” and “Atlantic City.”

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