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Mardi Gras is the seventh and final studio album by American band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released in 1972. The group broke up after this album was released.

Previously, bandleader John Fogerty sang all the lead vocals and he wrote almost all the band's original material. His older brother Tom Fogerty had just left after a dispute which was in large part caused by the elder Fogerty's desire to play a larger creative role.

For this album, Stu Cook and Doug… read more



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  • Avatar for KingFahtah
    Everyone's a critic and an echo. Nothing wrong with this album really.
  • Avatar for Harry_01
    Very poor album. Not even one single song that is interesting. Even 'Someday Never Comes' is a poor imitation of Tom Fogerty's vocal delivery and songwriting.
  • Avatar for Giuseppe1987
    As far as ”a band's worst album” goes, this is one pretty fuckin' good worst album. :))
  • Avatar for foxyluva
    Someday Never Comes is fantastic
  • Avatar for aclukow
    THIS CCR CD FOR 4$ here
  • Avatar for reagan0
    Every artist has at least one stinker. This is CCR's. Sweet Hitch-hiker and Someday Never Comes are the only real exceptions: both are excellent.
  • Avatar for MistahJohnson
    This album blows. The only album I am ashamed that Creedence made.
  • Avatar for jr2280
    I like this album. What are you gonna do, Sail away are good
  • Avatar for MaxSavenkov
    I don't know why not to like this album. I just love it! So many good songs: Door to Door is very fun, Sail Away is romantic, Tearin' Up the Country is a great easy fast tune...

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