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London Calling: Live in Hyde Park

Bruce Springsteen

Year: 2010

Runtime: 03:05:27

This concert captures a nearly three-hour show Bruce Springsteen performed at Hyde Park. The setlist includes a number of The Boss' classics along with covers of The Clash's "London Calling," The Yung Rascals' "Good Lovin'," and Jimmy Cliff's "Trapped."

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