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the 1990s: From human touch to 18 tracks Probably Bruce's most unusual decade. With heavy country/blues/rock guitar clad albums in 1992, co-released on the same day, to jumbles of Greatest Hits and treasurable outtakes and rare material records (see Tracks), the 1990s definitely proves that Bruce was busy with a new family, which he was - hence curling guitar songs like Living Proof, based on the birth of his child. A period of private self-discovery, Bruce still managed to bless his fans with box sets that blossomed like the Springtime, and even a sombre album of American reflections recorded with a gentle soul, with the acoustic Ghost of Tom Joad.

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Album image human touch
Released March 31, 1992
Recorded Sept 1989 - Mar 1991; co-released same day as Lucky Town.
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Album image lucky town
Released March 31, 1992
Recorded July/Sept 1991 - Jan 1992; co-released same day as Human Touch.
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Album image in concert/mtv plugged
Released April 12, 1993 (International)
Recorded September 22, 1992 in Los Angeles; concert video and live album
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Album image greatest hits
Released February 27, 1995
Recorded 1974 - 1995 - a compilation of Bruce's hit songs in the charts.
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Album image the ghost of tom joad
Released November 21, 1995
Recorded March - September 1995, recorded and mixed at Thrill Hill
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Album image tracks
Released November 10, 1998
Recorded Various. Includes unreleased songs, outtakes, rare B-sides; 4 discs.
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Album image 18 tracks
Released April 13, 1999
Recorded Varies: a condensed version of Tracks (above), for casual fans.
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