John Mellencamp - Scarecrow
Mellencamp perfected his heartland rock with Scarecrow, a loose concept album about lost innocence and the crumbling of small-town America. His writing has never been more powerful: 'Rain on the Scarecrow' and 'Small Town' capture the hopes and fears of Middle America, while 'Lonely Ol' Night' and 'Rumbleseat' effortlessly convey the desperate loneliness of being stuck in a dead-end life. Cut from the original analog master tapes and reissued by UMe on 180 gram vinyl.
1. Rain On The Scarecrow (Side A)
2. Grandma's Theme (Side A)
3. Small Town (Side A)
4. Minutes To Memories (Side A)
5. Lonely Ol' Night (Side A)
6. The Face Of The Nation (Side A)
7. Justice And Independence '85 (Side B)
8. Between A Laugh And A Tear (Side B)
9. Rumbleseat (Side B)
10. You've Got To Stand For Something'(Side B)
11. R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A.(A Salute To 60's Rock) (Side B)
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