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John Cougar Mellencamp

Uh-Huh (Reviewed by Trixter):

In 1983 John Cougar Mellencamp, America's rebellious son, released his most insightful and mature album to date. His trademark American folk rock sound and strongly worded lyrics helped convey his messages of poverty, racism, equality and pride. John Cougar Mellencamp makes his own visions and experiences of the Heartland the listeners. We can relate to his lyrics in "Pink Houses", we are those everyday, common people that make the up the fabric of America, be it pretty or not.
Mr. Mellencamp is a true artist that stands firm for what he believes in and makes no apologies for those beliefs!
He is still goin' strong today!

1.Crumblin' Down
2.Pink Houses
3.Authority Song
4.Warmer Place To Sleep
5.Jackie O
6.Play Guitar
7.Serious Business
8.Lovin' Mother For Ya
9.Golden Gates

Response to this review by Iluvthe80s: Definately one of his best albums. It has been one of those albums that has stood the test of time and is a true classic! My favorite song on there has to be "Crumblin' Down".

Response to this review by Recker: Actually it was The Authority song that first made me sit up and take notice of Mallencamp.

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