Beautiful Feelings is a studio album recorded by Australian musician Rick Springfield in 1978. At the height of Springfield's popularity, Mercury Records released the album in 1984 with the musical portions rerecorded and without Springfield's involvement. The one track on the album to obtain some recognition was "Bruce", which was previously released and failed to chart in 1980, but charted and peaked at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1984
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Rick Springfield: Surviving the 80s Part Five: Beautiful Feelings. 1984 happened to be a very prolific year for Rick Springfield. Two full-fledged albums were released, though at a closer look, one turned out to be a rather nondescript soundtrack and the second one came out without the singer’s involvement. Well, sometimes success and popularity lead to unexpected consequences, when the artistic aim is offset and the contents of yesterday’s waste bin is displayed to the public regardless of the author’s opinion. From the first seconds Beautiful Feelings throws the listener back to the previous decade. It is truly unusual and pleasant to listen to the album released in mid-80s, which emerged like a daring swimmer on a wrong beach, looking rather dashing at that. It can be compared to a company of friends that got together to bring back the good old days.
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But Beautiful Feelings does boast a piece of great novelty in the form of its opening truck titled "Bruce," in which Rick Springfield laments about how his last name sounds so much like that boss of a rocker named Springsteen that everyone is mistaking the two, even Rick's own mother! A minor Top 40 hit, it propelled this rather plain album into the charts along with it. Get it for the track "Bruce" alone, because that is one song that you should hear.