Top Aimee Mann Albums
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Mental Illness
Mental Illness
[2016]
Charmer
Charmer
[2012]
@#%&*! Smilers (Deluxe Version)
@#%&*! Smilers (Deluxe Version)
[2008]
One More Drifter in the Snow
One More Drifter in the Snow
[2006]
The Forgotten Arm
The Forgotten Arm
[2005]
Live at St. Ann's Warehouse
Live at St. Ann's Warehouse
[2004]
Lost in Space
Lost in Space
[2002]
Bachelor No. 2 (Or, the Last Remains of the Dodo)
Bachelor No. 2 (Or, the Last Remains of the Dodo)
[2000]
Magnolia (Music from the Motion Picture)
Magnolia (Music from the Motion Picture)
[1999]
I'm With Stupid
I'm With Stupid
[1995]
Whatever
Whatever
[1993]
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Beautiful God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen That's How I Knew This Story Would Break My Heart Why Must I Winning The War I Know There's A Word For This Do It Again Dreams Driving With One Hand On The Wheel Goodbye Stranger Have Mercy I Could Get Used To This Rip In Heaven The Logical Song Today's The Day Freetime Two Of Us 4th Of July All Over Now Amateur Choice In The Matter Fifty Years After The Fair Frankenstein I Could Hurt You Now I Should've Known I've Had It It's Not Safe Jacob Marley's Chain Long Shot Mr Harris Par For The Course Put Me On Top Ray Say Anything Stupid Thing Superball That's Just What You Are Way Back When You Could Make A Killing You're With Stupid Now 'j' For Jules Angels Never Call Baby Blue Backfire Ballantines Borrowing Time Build That Wall (believed You Were) Lucky Calling It Quits Calling On Mary Columbus Ave. Christmastime Coming Up Close Could've Been Anyone Crash & Burn David Denies Dear John Deathly Don't Watch Me Bleed Driving Sideways Ghost World Goodbye Caroline Great Beyond Soon Enough Fighting The Stall Everything's Different Now Freeway Going Through The Motions Guys Like Me Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas High On Sunday 51 How Am I Different Humpty Dumpty I Can't Get My Head Around It I Can't Help You Anymore I Was Thinking I Could Clean Up For Christmas I'll Be Home For Christmas Invisible Ink It Takes All Kinds It's Not It's Not Going To Stop It's Over Jimmy Hoffa Jokes Just Like Anyone Just Like Me. King Of The Jailhouse Limits To Love Little Bombs Little Tornado Looking For Nothing Looking Over My Shoulder Lost In Space Love In A Vacuum Lover's Day Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds Maybe Monday Medicine Wheel Momentum Nightmare Girl No More Crying Nothing Is Good Enough Observatory One Pavlov's Bell Phoenix Put On Some Speed Real Bad News Red Vines River Satellite Save Me She Really Wants You Sign Of Love Sleep Sleeping & Waking Stranger Into Starman Sugarcoated Susan Take It Back The Christmas Song The Fall Of The World's Own Optimist The Moth The Other End The Scientist (live) Thirty One Today This Is How It Goes True Believer Truth On My Side Video Voices Carry What About Love Whatever Happened To Christmas White Christmas Will She Just Fall Down Winter Wonderland Wise Up You Do You Know The Rest You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch Charmer Long Gone Don't Feel Like Cryin' Nobody Does It Better Are You Serious Crazytown Slip And Roll Living A Lie Disappeared Labrador Barfly Gumby Gamma Ray Red Flag Diver Brother's Keeper I'm Cured I Know There's A Word Knock It Off Philly Sinks You Never Loved Me
Duets & Collaborations (3)
Related Information for Aimee Mann
Aimee Mann (born September 8, 1960, in Richmond, Virginia) is an American rock singer-songwriter, guitarist and bassist.Mann attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, but dropped out to sing with her first punk rock band, the Young Snakes; the band released the EP Bark Along with the Young Snakes in 1982, and a compilation album was issued in 2004. In 1983, seeking a return to "sweetness and melody", she co-founded with Berklee classmate and boyfriend Michael Hausman the new wave band 'Til Tuesday, which achieved minor success in 1985 with its first album, Voices Carry. The title song is said to be inspired by Hausman and Mann's breakup; the video became an MTV staple, winning the MTV Video Music Award for... read more