Bruce Springsteen unveils new tracks off Wrecking Ball: 'Easy Money' and 'Shackled and Drawn'
Bruce Springsteen's new album Wrecking Ball focuses on characters whose lives were destroyed by the recession. While the anti-hero of the country-folk stomper "Easy Money" decides to imitate "all them fat cats" on Wall Street by turning to crime his second track "Shackled and Drawn," meanwhile, offers a political analysis worthy of Woody Guthrie: "Gambling man rolls the dice, workingman pays the bill/ It's still fat and easy up on banker's hill/ Up on banker's hill, the party's going strong/ Down here below we're shackled and drawn."
Wrecking Ball hits stores on March 6th, pre-orders are now available.
"Shackled and Drawn":