Bruce Springsteen has tapped his June 25th, 2005 solo show at Stockholm, Sweden's Hovet arena as his latest archival release. The new Stockholm 2005 collection is Springsteen's fourth pick from the solo 2005 trek, having previously issued concerts from Trenton, New Jersey; Columbus, Ohio; and Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Highlights on the set includes such tour rarities as: “Downbound Train,” “The Promise,” “Point Blank,” “Walk Like A Man,” “Lucky Town,” “Blinded By The Light,” and “Ramrod.”
During his 2005 VH1 Storytellers taping, Bruce Springsteen shed light on the parts of himself he shares in the songs he writes: “It's like anything else, y'know? You obviously, you put a lot of yourself in the songs, and it's songs, and it's an aesthetic, and it's a presentation; and you can't write without pullin' all this stuff up out of yourself. That's what makes it feel real. That's what makes it communication. But, I guess it's always an incomplete picture. That's what keeps me writing (laughs).”