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Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band pre-recorded the music that was played during their Super Bowl half-time performance on Sunday (February 1), according to one of the event's producers.

Apparently the only live element of the performance was the Boss' vocals, while the music was laid down ahead of time.

"The Super Bowl performances are all on tape," producer of Super Bowl pre-game entertainment Hank Neuberger told the Chicago Tribune.

"There is no way you can set up a full band in five minutes with microphones, get all the settings right, and expect to get quality sound," he said. "The Super Bowl has been doing that for years with virtually all the bands."
Meanwhile, Consumerist ( linked back to us about Springsteen's letter to fans about the ticketmaster controversy.  You can read that here:
Don't forget the Million Manny March 2 is tonight at 7pm in front of SNY. 51st and 6th.  Hopefully we can get back to writing about the Mets soon—as soon as they throw a ball or sign Manny.

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