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"American Fool" (1982) transformed the mythical John Cougar from pop-star prevaricator to hard-driving heartland rocker who could belt out pounding paeans to raw sex and croon a quaint "little ditty" about "two American kids doing the best they can." The ingredients perfectly caught the schizoid mood of the era, turning "Fool" into a monster that went triple-platinum and allowed John Mellencamp to use his real name on future albums. The precious platinum disk is mounted in a nifty display that has the album cover in three locations across the top, for each of the million-sales marks it crossed. Under it is the RIAA plaque presenting the disk to Polygram Precords. NRMT, 17 x 21" and silver framed.
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