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Solid partnership that started in "Philadelphia", here we have again Jonathan Demme and Bruce Springsteen with the video clip of "Murder Incorporated". Since it's just about a performance clip instead of developing a greater concept, there's nothing so eloquent or great to see. Good clip and that's it.
Springsteen and band performs the powerful song to a small crowd. Excellent lighting work, specially when there's a solo by Clarence Clemons and the whole stage gets out of the dark with powerful red lights. But then again, in the Boss case, the clips never were what mattered cause it's always about the song, the music and the sound he wants to bring attention. Mission accomplished then, thumbs up. 7/10
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