Out now is the latest vault release from Bruce Springsteen -- with "The Boss" rolling out Leeds: July 24th, 2013 recorded during the E Street Band's show at England's First Direct Arena in Leeds. The show, which features the extended E Street Band following the death of Clarence Clemons and the release of the chart-topping Wrecking Ball album -- includes a full horn section, vocalists, and a percussionist -- features a healthy does of rarities, including The River outtake "Roulette," a taste of Springsteen's early-'90s solo work with "Local Hero," a dip into the rarely-played outtakes collection, The Promise, with "Gotta Get That Feeling," the early-'70s E Street show-stopper "Thundercrack," "Secret Garden," and such covers as Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Bad Moon Rising," and the Isley Brothers' "Shout."

Steven Van Zandt explained that the songs on Wrecking Ball album serve as a sort of compass for the American ideal: "The particular subject of this record, perhaps Bruce's most pointed, focused, consistent record in terms of the message of it. I think in the past there have been many related ideas, but I've never heard them quite as, perhaps, focused as this record. Making a statement that the country really needed to hear." "
"The Promised Land"
"Hungry Heart"
"Local Hero"
"Gotta Get That Feeling"
"Bad Moon Rising"
"Thundercrack"
"Wrecking Ball"
"Death To My Hometown"
"This Depression"
"Because The Night"
"Darlington County"
"Shackled And Drawn"
"Waitin' On A Sunny Day"
"The Rising"
"Land of Hope And Dreams"
"Secret Garden"
"Atlantic City"
"Badlands"
"Born To Run"
"Dancing in The Dark"
"Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out"
"Shout"
"If I Should Fall Behind"
"Thunder Road"

AUDIO: STEVE VAN ZANDT ON THE 'WRECKING BALL' E STREET BAND
AUDIO: STEVE VAN ZANDT ON THE MESSAGE OF BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN'S 'WRECKING BALL'