- Audio CD (26 Jan. 1996)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Universal
- ASIN: B000025XYS
- Other Editions: Audio Cassette
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 70,771 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Are You Okay?
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Tracks: Are You Okay? 4:28 / Papa Was A Rollin' Stone 6:41 / I Feel Better Than James Brown 4:45 / How The Heart Behaves 5:35 / Maria Novarro 3:27 / I Blew Up The United States 3:51 / In K Mart Wardrobe 4:16 / Elvis' Rolls Royce 3:29 / Dressed To Be Killed 4:13 / Just Another Couple Broken Heart 4:55 / You! You! You! 3:28 / Look What's Back 0:43
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Unusually for Was (Not Was), they also explore the dark side of life in Maria Novarro, a powerful song with a nervous beat and disturbing lyrics about domestic violence: “In the city of Angels, there’s no mercy and there’s no tomorrow for Maria Novarro …”
Adding to the charms of this multifaceted album is Leonard Cohen who contributes the main vocal on Elvis’ Rolls Royce over a jazzy background. The next track Dressed To Be Killed is a jerky rap number with lovely sax infusions, whilst Just Another Couple Broken Hearts is a mellow ballad.
Always the masters of rhythmic innovation, Was (Not Was) provides a dazzling display of textures on Are You OK? It is my favorite album by these imaginative musicians.