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Whenever We Wanted

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Download links and information about Whenever We Wanted by John Mellencamp. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 45:09 minutes.

Artist: John Mellencamp
Release date: 1991
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 45:09
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Love and Happiness 3:53
2. Now More Than Ever 3:42
3. I Ain't Ever Satisfied 3:36
4. Get a Leg Up 3:47
5. Crazy Ones 4:00
6. Last Chance 3:39
7. They're So Tough 4:16
8. Melting Pot 4:47
9. Whenever We Wanted 3:42
10. Again Tonight 3:17
11. Love and Happiness (London Club Mix) 6:30

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Steeped in gutsy heartland rock, 1991’s Whenever We Wanted brings John Mellencamp back to the sound of such pivotal albums as American Fool and Uh-Huh. A definite Rolling Stones influence (think Exile on Main St.) is apparent in tracks like “Crazy Ones,” “Melting Pot” and the hit single “Get a Leg Up.” The cowbell-accented beat of “They’re So Tough” spurs Mellencamp on to give an especially aggressive vocal performance. There’s an almost punk attitude coursing through the hard-chugging “I Ain’t Ever Satisfied.” Though sexual intrigue is the subject of more than one of these tunes, Mellencamp hasn’t completely forsaken his role as a populist commentator here. “Love and Happiness” offers thoughts about war and consumerism even as it lays down a ferocious groove. Whenever We Wanted isn’t the most reflective of Mellencamp’s albums, but for sheer rock muscle and pugnacious spirit, it ranks among his best.