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Album Review

The weary rock of Human Wheels was generally ignored, so John Mellencamp quickly banged out Dance Naked, a brief collection of by-the-book rockers. Since he and his band are professionals and fine craftsmen, it's an enjoyable record, but it has even fewer standout songs than the similar Whenever We Wanted. It's a problem that a cover of Van Morrison's "Wild Night," sung as a duet with Me'Shell NdegeOcello, is the best cut on the record, since that emphasizes how similar and undistinguished Mellencamp's songs sound. [The 2005 remastered reissue includes an acoustic version of "Wild Night".]

Customer Reviews

Dance Naked Rocks

Best Melloncamp album...incredible it was not a bigger hit in the public

let there be an equilibrium

Added in response to the first review; probably the lamest review I have seen on iTunes. Dance Naked is what it is, average Mellencamp with one good cover song. It's a shame he doesn't put out a CD of covers, he has many fine examples throughout his years.

this is a first

its not really my style to be honest, i kinda just wanted to be the first to write a review and i didnt want to be mean. i borrowed the cd from a friend because it had "Wild Night" on it (one of my all time favorites) and i havent actually listened to the other songs so yeah... anywho, if your a fan, get it! If not, well, get wild night.


Born: October 7, 1951 in Seymour, IN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Throughout his career, John Mellencamp has had to fight, whether it was for the right to record under his own name or for respect as an artist. Of course, he never made it easy on himself. Mellencamp began his career in the late '70s as a Bruce Springsteen clone called Johnny Cougar. As his career progressed, his music became more distinctive, developing into a Stonesy blend of hard rock and folk-rock. His musical development coincided with his growth in popularity -- by the time "Hurts So Good"...
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