Bruce Springsteen has just issued Boston – 12/13/92 — the latest official bootleg in his ongoing monthly archive series. The show, which is only the third set culled from his 1992/1993 tour behind Human Touch and Lucky Town featuring "The Other Band," featured a whopping 16 tracks from the then-new albums in the setlist.

Upon hitting the road with the solo band in 1992, Bruce Springsteen explained why he went over four years between releasing 1987's Tunnel Of Love collection and the double shot 1992 albums: ["One of the reasons I had a long time off between records was because it was the only way that I could really reflect on what was happening on me outside of my work life. (And) have a chance to experience and come up with something new that I'd have to bring to an audience. I think the two most important relationships are the relationship with my son and my wife and my close friends and then the relationship that I've worked for over for 20 years with my audience. So, (I'm) tryin' to find a way to do both as (laughs) best as possible."] SOUNDCUE (:30 OC: . . . best as possible)

The tracklisting to Bruce Springsteen's 'Boston – 12/13/92' is:

Set One: "Better Days," "Local Hero," "Lucky Town," "Darkness On The Edge Of Town," "The Big Muddy," "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)," "Trapped," "Badlands," "Living Proof," "If I Should Fall Behind," "Leap Of Faith," "Man's Job," and "Roll Of The Dice."

Set Two: "Gloria's Eyes," "Cover Me," "Brilliant Disguise," "Soul Driver," "Souls Of The Departed," "Born In The U.S.A.," "Real World," "Light Of Day," "Human Touch," "Glory Days," "Bobby Jean," "Thunder Road," "Born To Run," "My Beautiful Reward," and "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town."

Bruce Springsteen On Relating To His Audience In The ’90s :