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Jack & Diane - John Cougar* - American Fool (CD, Album)

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  1. American Fool from which the song came -- and almost never made it onto -- was Mellencamp's fifth album, though it was his third of significance. "John Cougar" hit his highest point of success at.
  2. John Cougar "Jack And Diane": Search "Jack And Diane" lyrics. John Cougar Lyrics "Jack And Diane" Little ditty about Jack and Diane Two American kids growin' up in the heartland Jackie gonna be a football star album: "American Fool" () Hurts So Good. Jack And Diane. Hand To Hold On To. Danger List. Can You Take It.
  3. A year later, he altered his moniker to "John Cougar," which is how he was billed on the American Fool album. The first single, "Hurts So Good" became a huge hit and got him on MTV, and when "Jack & Diane" followed, it accomplished his mission of autonomy through hits.
  4. John Mellencamp lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "Cherry Bomb", "Jack And Diane", "Pink Houses".
  5. John Mellencamp - American Fool music CD album at CD Universe, Each Definitive Remaster will feature newly remastered sound, a rare or previously unreleased bonus. John Cougar Rocks!!! I was so glad to find this CD on this website!!! I love it and it hasnt come out of my CD player yet! "Jack and Diane" and "Hurts so Good". Those are 80s.
  6. John Cougar ‎– American Fool Label: Riva (2) ‎– RVL Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Richmond Pressing Country: US Released: Genre: Rock, Pop Style: Pop Rock Tracklist Hide Credits A1 Hurts So Good Written-By – G. M. Green* A2 Jack & Diane A3 Hand To Hold On To A4 Danger List Written-By – Larry Crane A5 Can You Take It B1 Thundering Hearts Written-By Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. John Cougar and the American listening public became inseparable after this landmark album arrived in While AMERICAN FOOL wasn't John Cougar's first full-length recording, it was the one wherein he gained commercial and artistic footing, and established a formula that would become his trademark style--simple roots-rock melodies with stirring choruses, unguardedly emotional vocals, and /5(13).

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