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Do You Think Thats Fair - John Cougar* - John Cougar (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mikajora
    Once "I Need a Lover" became an Australian hit, Riva in America decided to release John Cougar's eponymous fourth album, adding the song to the record as well. Essentially, John Cougar is sonically similar to A Biography, but apart from the tacked-on "I Need a Lover," none of the songs hit the mark.
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  2. Mik
    Do You Think That's Fair: B1: I Need A Lover: B2: Welcome To Chinatown: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR 61 Listed For Sale: john cougar mellencamp.
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  3. Dagor
    Find album release information for John Cougar - John Cougar, John Mellencamp on AllMusic AllMusic.. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice LP: John Cougar: Riva AA CD: John Cougar: Mercury: Digital: John Cougar [Bonus Tracks].
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  4. Salmaran
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  5. Malajas
    Dec 26,  · For some reason I completely forgot about his album Rough Harvest, which was also never released on vinyl. Interestingly his album, John Mellencamp, was released on vinyl. The song, Positively Crazy, from that album is one of my favorites of his and highly underrated.
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  6. Tokazahn
    John Cougar is the third studio album by John Mellencamp. It was his first album to be released by his new record company Riva Records and to credit him as "John Cougar". Released in , following the success in Australia of the single "I Need a Lover" from his previous album A Biography, John Cougar included the aforementioned track for U.S 5/5(9).
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  7. Kabei
    This album represents where Cougar was at back then, and is a snapshot of a certain time. He would go on to develop and hone his instincts in later releases but this is a fair starting point. By the way: this album is not his debut - that "honour" belongs to John's album "Chestnut Street Incident", followed by "The Kid Inside".Reviews:
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  8. Kazrakree
    I like the remastered version of John Cougar. My original copy was a first-wave CD and the sonics were terrible. One major drawback was there was serious distortion and scratching on the last real album track "Taxi Dancer." I cleaned the disc but it was still doing that scratchy, distorted noise. And /5(75).
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  9. Yozshulrajas
    I like the remastered version of John Cougar. My original copy was a first-wave CD and the sonics were terrible. One major drawback was there was serious distortion and scratching on the last real album track "Taxi Dancer." I cleaned the disc but it was still doing that scratchy, distorted noise. And /5(76).
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