Download links and information about Whatever by Aimee Mann. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 52:41 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist|
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|1.||I Should've Known||4:53|
|2.||Fifty Years After the Fair||3:46|
|3.||4th of July||3:21|
|4.||Could've Been Anyone||4:23|
|5.||Put Me on Top||3:28|
|8.||Jacob Marley's Chain||3:01|
|10.||I Could Hurt You Now||4:17|
|11.||I Know There's a Word||3:16|
|12.||I've Had It||4:42|
|13.||Way Back When||4:05|
No one marries romantic melancholy to an exquisite melody quite like Aimee Mann. After her hit-making years with 'Til Tuesday, she launched her solo career with 1993's Whatever, a richly bittersweet blend of poignant lyrics and exhilarating pop-rock. Mann's brilliant wordplay dissects heartache with raw honesty and scathing wit in "I Should've Known," "Stupid Thing", and "4th of July." She's equally effective with wry show-biz snapshots like "Put Me on Top" and "I've Had It." "Mr. Harris" and "Fifty Years After the Fair" strike a note of tenderness and nostalgia. Aiding Mann throughout is producer/guitarist Jon Brion, who embellishes the tracks with brightly Beatles-inspired sonic shadings. One of the truly essential singer-songwriter albums of the '90s, Whatever secured Mann's stature as pop's undisputed Mistress of the Minor Key.