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Best of The Boss

by dsussman   February 01, 2009 at 8:00PM  |  Views: 28

In case you wanted more of Mr. Bruce Springsteen after his powerful headlining perfromance at the Super Bowl halftime show, we thought we would throw down some of his greatest music video efforts. Come and get your Boss fix right after the jump!

Photo: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

"Born in the U.S.A."

Bruce pays a real tribute to the good ol' U.S. of A with a raw '80s anthem.

 

"Born to Run"

Bruce and the E Street Band let loose in blistering live version of 1975 landmark.

 

"Working On A Dream"

Bruce Springsteen hits the studio with the E Street Band to bang out a soothing tune from the brand new Working on a Dream LP.

 

"Dancing in the Dark"

The New Jersey Boss and a very young Courteney Cox boogie down during a live show in this 1984 classic directed by none other than Brian De Palma.

 

"Streets Of Philadelphia"

The Boss took home a golden statue for this heartwrenching tribute to the City of Brotherly Love.

 

"I'm on Fire"

Bruce works on a rich chick's “automobile” and throws down one of his greatest musical efforts in the process.

 

"Glory Days"

Bruce and his E Street Band hit up a Jersey bar to reminisce about their glory days with a Born in the U.S.A. classic.

 

Do you want more of The Boss? We've got dozens of music videos by Bruce Springsteen!

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