The Gaslight Anthem’s ‘The ’59 Sound Sessions’ has just turned a decade old, and to celebrate, the band has reissued the album — along with an announcement for a new tour. ‘The ’59 Sound Sessions’ embodies not only the group’s attitude of embracing the old, but is evidently influenced by an array of artists. As the band members themselves have admitted, Bruce Springsteen is their top inspiration. But tinges of Otis Redding and Tom Petty definitely sneak through as well. New Jersey’s Gaslight Anthem is a group that isn’t afraid to immerse themselves in the mindset, and sometimes even getup, of times past. This deluxe edition of ‘The ’59 Sound Sessions’ — featuring rare, unreleased and alternate takes, a photo book and 59-page book — is ready for a listen.