DEAD END STREET SOUNDTRACK *PROMO* (Israeli)
One of the strangest (and rarest) Springsteen releases ever. In the first years of his career, Bruce (and the E street band) also have a violinist playing with them, Suki Lahav, which in mid 70s made return to Israeli with her husband, a film director. Years later, Bruce gave the permission to use three songs in a film directed by Suki's husband. The film was titled “Kvish L’Lo Motzah” ( “Dead End Street”), and the EP was a one sided promotional containing only the 3 Bruce tracks. Unique black-and-white picture sleeve with a weird still from the movie and Hebrew type on front; "For Promotion Only - Not For Sale" sticker on rear. Orange/yellow label.
The rarity of the item caused reprints of cover and label to be created for collector’s market in late 1994, so “home-made” counterfeits may exist.
Signs of genuinity are: blank B-side, matrix number DJ428A hand-etched into the disc's run-off groove and a generally matt finish of the sleeve (as opposed to the glossy reprint), which has to feature title lettering in Hebrew on the spine. A cassette version, with different overall design, has also circulated, and is probably a false as well.
|1/1||Jungleland||Album release,Born to run(USA) 25-Aug-1975/1||-||99|
|1/2||Hungry heart||Album release,The river(USA) 10-Oct-1980/1||-||99|
|1/3||Point blank||  "||-||99|