Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 21st 1995, for the first time in seven years, Bruce Springsteen performed live with the E Street Band, the venue was the Tramps Nightclub in New York City... "Murder Incorporated" would be the first song performed in a thirteen song set... Thirty-five years earlier in 1960 Peter Falk would receive a 'Best Supporting Actor'* nomination for the movie 'Murder, Inc.'... * Lost to another Peter; Peter Ustinov for 'Spartacus'.
Aaron from Petaling Jaya, Selangor, MalaysiaIn my opinion, if Bruce actually fitted in this hit in the Born In The USA album. I think it will be without a doubt his 1st No.1 hit!
Matthew from Milford, MaCorporate assassinations... yeah, I can see it happening. You ever heard the phrase, "make it look like an accident"?
Ken from Oswego, IlDoes anything it may actually been referencing the actual Murder Inc of the 30's-40's mob era?
Reed from Hagerstown, Inan interesting side-note on my part: about a week ago, i was researching the death penalty online for a school project and at the same time, i was listening to my bruce springsteen's greatest hits that i had just ripped onto my computer. as i was reading about the death penalty, i double-clicked on the song 'secret garden', but instead, 'murder inc.' started playing. as it turns out, the song names had been switched when my computer ripped it and i didnt notice it until then. very ironic, huh?......