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Hand To Hold On To - John Cougar* - American Fool (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. John Cougar's first albums were so bereaved of strong material that the lean swagger of American Fool came as a shock. The difference is evident from the opening song, "Hurts So Good," a hard, Stonesy rocker with an irresistibly sleazy hook. Cougar never wrote anything as catchy as this before, nor had his romantic vision of small-town America resonated like it did Price: $
  2. Label:Riva Records, Riva Records Format:Vinyl, LP, Album Country:UK Released Genre:Rock Style:Southern Rock Tracklist A1 Hurts So Good Written-By - G. M. Green* A2 Jack & Diane A3 Hand To Hold Onto A4 Danger List Written-By - Larry Crane A5 Can You Take It B1 Thundering Hearts Written-By - G. M. Green* B2 China Girl /5(54).
  3. Informationen zum Album American Fool von John Cougar. Notierung in den Charts, Chartwochen, Musikvideos, Releases und mehr.
  4. American Fool [LP] John Mellencamp. out of 5 stars Vinyl. $ Uh Huh (Remastered) This is the record that transformed John Cougar (né John Mellencamp and soon to be John Cougar Mellencamp) into a superstar. Hand To Hold On To. Hand To Hold On To. Not Available 4: Danger List (Album Version) /5(54).
  5. American Fool, an Album by John Cougar. Released in May on Riva (catalog no. RVL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heartland Rock, Rock, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: John Mellencamp (vocals, producer), Don Gehman (producer, engineer), Larry Crane (guitar), Mike Wanchic (guitar), Kenny Aronoff (drums), George "Chocolate" Perry (bass), George Tutko .
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about John Cougar* - American Fool at Discogs. Complete your John Cougar* collection.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Hauppauge Pressing Vinyl release of American Fool on Discogs. Label: Riva (2) - RVL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Hauppauge Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Southern Rock.
  8. John Cougar's first albums were so bereaved of strong material that the lean swagger of American Fool came as a shock. The difference is evident from the opening song, "Hurts So Good," a hard, Stonesy rocker with an irresistibly sleazy hook. Cougar never wrote anything as catchy as this before, nor had his romantic vision of small-town America resonated like it did .