Bruce Springsteen has released his latest archival concert, Chicago - September 30th, 1999, marking "The Boss's" second dive into the tapes of the E Street Band's 1999/2000 "reunion tour." Highlights on the set include the Tracks standout, "Take 'Em As They Come," the Born In The U.S.A.-era B-side "Janey, Don't You Lose Heart," along with the rarely performed "New York City Serenade." Last October, Springsteen issued the first archival set from the "reunion tour" -- Madison Square Garden - New York, NY - 7/01/2000 -- which chronicled the 133rd and final show of the trek.

Bruce Springsteen looks back on the reunion tour after a decade apart from the band as being one of the most meaningful of his career: "The nicest thing about it was that we were able to reconstitute the band as an ongoing, sort of creative unit, y'know? And I think that it was a great time for all of us -- that was a big, big, part of our own lives, y'know? And of our audience's lives -- and we wanted to live up to that thing, and we wanted to continue to serve in the fashion that we served before."

The tracklisting to Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band's Chicago - September 30th, 1999 is: "Take 'Em As They Come," "The Ties That Bind," "The Promised Land," "Adam Raised A Cain," "Two Hearts," "Atlantic City," "Mansion On The Hill," "Independence Day," "Youngstown," "Murder Incorporated," "Badlands," "Out In The Street," "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out," "Janey, Don't You Lose Heart," "She's The One," "The Ghost Of Tom Joad," "New York City Serenade," "Light Of Day," "Hungry Heart," "Bobby Jean," "Born To Run," "Thunder Road," "If I Should Fall Behind, "Land Of Hope And Dreams," and "Ramrod."

AUDIO: PATTI SCIALFA ON 1999-2000 E STREET BAND REUNION TOUR
AUDIO: NILS LOFGREN ON HAVING STEVE VAN ZANDT BACK IN THE E STREET BAND
AUDIO: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN ON E STREET BAND REUNION TOUR