Tag Archive: John Mellencamp

John Mellencamp – Sad Clowns & Hillbillies (2017)

John Mellencamp - Sad Clowns & Hillbillies (2017)

John Mellencamp – Sad Clowns & Hillbillies (2017)
EAC Rip | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Basic Scans Included
Total Size: 327 MB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Republic Records | Netherlands | Cat#: 00602557051629 | Genre: Country

Sad Clowns & Hillbillies marks the first time in a decade that a John Mellencamp studio record finds him in the producer’s chair. It’s the first time ever that he’s shared billing on an album cover. Carlene Carter is a singer/songwriter and music biz veteran; the daughter of country music royalty — Carl Smith and June Carter Cash — making her the stepdaughter of Johnny. She and Mellencamp worked together on 2012’s Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the musical theater project he scored for Stephen KingRead More

John Mellencamp – The Best That I Could Do: 1978-1988 (1997)

John Mellencamp - The Best That I Could Do: 1978-1988 (1997)

John Mellencamp – The Best That I Could Do: 1978-1988 (1997)
EAC Rip | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 434 MB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Mercury | USA | Cat#: P2-36738 | Genre: Pop Rock

The Best That I Could Do 1978–1988 is the first greatest hits compilation album by American singer-songwriter John Mellencamp, released by Mercury Records in 1997 (see 1997 in music). It compiles Mellencamp’s most popular material recorded during his first decade with Riva and Mercury Records, beginning with 1978’s A BiographyRead More

John Mellencamp – John Mellencamp 1978-2012 (2013) {19CDs Box Set}

John Mellencamp - John Mellencamp 1978-2012 (2013) {19CDs Box Set}

John Mellencamp – John Mellencamp 1978-2012 (2013) {19CDs Box Set}
EAC Rip | 19xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 6.76 GB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Mercury / Universal | USA | Cat#: B0019508-02 | Genre: Pop Rock, Rock & Roll, Heartland Rock

First off, this 19-disc box is not a complete recorded works of John Mellencamp. It excises his earliest years as Johnny Cougar — a Main Man-inspired moniker that resulted in three albums he’s disowned, but which really aren’t that bad at all — beginning the story with 1979’s John Cougar, the album where he truncated his name and toughened up his sound. It still took him a while until he scored a real breakthrough, and it arrived when he tightened up his attack with the assistance of producer Don Gehman and came up with the often-excellent American FoolRead More