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Music

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Website Link(s): http://www.brucespringsteen.net

Contents

Label(s)

Genre(s)

RIYL

Band Members

Includes Members of

Band Biography

Discography

Albums

  • [[Album-name, Artist-name|]]

EPs

  • [[EP-name, Artist-name|]]

Singles

  • [[Single-name, Artist-name|]]

or

  • [[A-Side, Artist-name|]] / [[B-side 1, Artist-name|]] / [[B-side 2, Artist-name|]]

Appears On

Compilations

  • [[Compilation Title, Label-name|]]

Soundtracks

  • [[Soundtrack Title, Label-name|]]

Mix CDs

  • [[Mix CD Title]]

Radio Shows

  • [[Radio Show Title]]

Further Reading

(links to websites, label biographies, fansites, books, periodicals or any additional information on the artist)


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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Kermit Greenstreen

Bruce Springsteen (b. 1949) is an American Rock star best known for his rock anthem "Born in the U.S.A.".

He has been spoofed many times by the Muppets, including an appearance by Kermit as Kermit Greenstreen in the Summer 1985 issue of Muppet Magazine, and again as Kermit Greenstein singing "Spawned in the U.S.A. in the Jim Henson's Muppet Trading Cards line.

Springsteen's song "Dancing in the Dark" was turned into a music video spoof in episode 211 of Muppets Tonight and the Sesame Street character Bruce Stringbean sings several spoofs of Springsteen's songs, including "Barn in the USA" and "Born to Add". The cover of Born to Add was also a parody of Springsteen's "Born to Run" album cover.

The coloring book Great Muppets in American History also features Kermit once again as Springsteen, and Floyd's Record Rap in the Fall 1986 issue of Muppet Magazine covers one of Springsteen's albums.

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