The music of Bruce Springsteen provides the perfect accompaniment to this story of four young friends with modest dreams and the detours they take along the way. Clem was shot dead in 1988,... See full summary »

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Petey - 1988 (as Zachery Bryan)
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The music of Bruce Springsteen provides the perfect accompaniment to this story of four young friends with modest dreams and the detours they take along the way. Clem was shot dead in 1988, and the Cold Case team follow up on his murder by tracking his friends' lives, forcing the survivors to review their life choices. Written by John Hosking

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8 January 2006 (USA)  »

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The episode featured only songs performed by Bruce Springsteen. They Were: "Born To Run", "No Surrender", "Bobby Jean", "Brilliant Disguise", "Glory Days", "I"m On Fire", "Drive All Night", "Stolen Car", "Atlantic City", "One Step Up". See more »

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At the end of the show when the shooting was being remembered, you can see May getting up twice. Once when the car was pulling away in an aerial shot and then again in a side shot of the scene. See more »

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Drive All Night
Written and performed by Bruce Springsteen
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Choice of music
30 September 2006 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Very good choice of music. Songs go well with the different events during the episode. The Bruce Springsteen songs almost tell the story itself Especially "Stolen Car" really hits the right mood of the scene, almost as if it was written for it.

Only thing that didn't really makes sense is the fact that certain songs are used in scenes that took place before the song was written. Although they fit in the scene, it's kind of strange to hear a song that would not have existed at the time

E.g. No Surrender (1984) is used during a scene in 1980,

and Brilliant Disguise (1987) was used during a scene in 1981.

The Bruce Springsteen songs almost tell the story itself


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