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Readers' Poll: The Best Albums of 2012

Your picks include releases from Jack White, No Doubt and Bruce Springsteen
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Bruce Springsteen, Wrecking Ball
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4. Bruce Springsteen, 'Wrecking Ball'

The guy truly belongs to rock & roll's one percent, having earned a mountain of money and accolades. Yet when Bruce Springsteen puts his mind to the 99 percent from whence his people came, as he did with a fury on Wrecking Ball, the whole country listens. There may be no more authentic voice for the voting masses. 

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