1980-01-00 Power Station (The), New York City, NY

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Springsteen drops by to chat and jam a bit with industrial/experimental outfit Suicide (Alan Vega and Martin Rev), who were recording their second album (released in April 1980) with producer Ric Ocasek (leader of The Cars). Apparently nothing from this brief get-together was recorded. In a 1984 interview with Rolling Stone magazine Springsteen later mentions Suicide's "Frankie Teardrop" as "one of the most amazing songs I ever heard". Suicide's song "Dream Baby Dream" would be covered by Springsteen during his 2005 solo tour and a studio recording officially released on 2014's High Hopes.



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