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Video Anthology / 1978–88

Video Anthology / 1978–88
Video by Bruce Springsteen
Released 1989/2001
Recorded 1978 - 1988
Genre Rock
Length 100 mins
Label Columbia Records
Director Various
Bruce Springsteen chronology
The Video Anthology / 1978-88
(1998)
In Concert/MTV Plugged
(1992)

Bruce Springsteen's Video Anthology / 1978–88 is a collection of 18 music videos made on his behalf, released in VHS format on January 31, 1989.

It was reissued as The Complete Video Anthology / 1978-2000 by Sony in DVD on January 16, 2001, adding a second disc with 15 additional music videos or other clips.

Contents

1989 release

  1. Rosalita (Live, from 8 July 1978, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona; directed by Arnold Levine, from the Darkness Tour; band intros edited out compared to original MTV version)
  2. The River (1980; from No Nukes concert film; directed by Danny Goldberg, Julian Schlossberg, Anthony Potenza)
  3. Thunder Road (1980; from No Nukes also)
  4. Atlantic City (1982; directed by Arnold Levine)
  5. Dancing in the Dark (1984; directed by Brian De Palma)
  6. Born in the U.S.A. (1984; directed by John Sayles)
  7. I'm on Fire (1985; directed by John Sayles)
  8. Glory Days (1985; directed by John Sayles)
  9. My Hometown (1985; directed by Arthur Rosato; from the Born in the U.S.A. Tour)
  10. War (1986; directed by Arthur Rosato; from the Born in the U.S.A. Tour)
  11. Fire (1986; acoustic performance from Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit)
  12. Born to Run (1987; directed by Arthur Rosato)
  13. Brilliant Disguise (1987; directed by Meiert Avis)
  14. Tunnel of Love (1987; directed by Meiert Avis)
  15. One Step Up (1988; directed by Meiert Avis)
  16. Tougher Than the Rest (1987; directed by Meiert Avis)
  17. Spare Parts (1988; directed by Carol Dodds)
  18. Born to Run (1988; directed by Meiert Avis; acoustic rendition from the Tunnel of Love Express)

2001 second disc

  1. Human Touch (1992; directed by Meiert Avis)
  2. Better Days (1992; directed by Meiert Avis)
  3. 57 Channels (and Nothin' On) (1992; directed by Adam Bernstein)
  4. Leap of Faith (1992; directed by Meiert Avis)
  5. Streets of Philadelphia (1993; directed by Jonathan Demme and Ted Demme)
  6. Murder Incorporated (1995; directed by Jonathan Demme)
  7. Secret Garden (1995; directed by Peter Care)
  8. Hungry Heart (previously unreleased; 1995; produced and directed by "the Torpedo Twins" Rudi Dolezal & Hannes Rossacher)
  9. Dead Man Walkin' (1996; directed by Tim Robbins)
  10. The Ghost of Tom Joad (1996; directed by Arnold Levine, photographed by Pamela Springsteen)
  11. The Ghost of Tom Joad (1995; The Tonight Show with Jay Leno performance)
  12. Highway Patrolman (previously unreleased; 2000; directed by Sean Penn)
  13. If I Should Fall Behind (previously unreleased; 2000; directed by Jonathan Demme; from the Reunion Tour)
  14. Born in the U.S.A. (1998; The Charlie Rose Show solo acoustic rendition)
  15. Secret Garden (previously unreleased; with strings; alternate version of the song from Blood Brothers documentary)

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