10 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Toby Keith has always had a sly way with country music clichés: His 18th album opens with a loping sing-along that imagines an America divided by politics but united by beer (“Drunk Americans”). And though his troublemaking side still shines (“Good Gets Here,” “Every Time I Drink I Fall In Love”), it’s the album’s mellower, more bittersweet moments (the Jimmy Buffett duet “Sailboat for Sale” and the holy trinity of “Haggard, Hank and Her”) that show the full range of his wit.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Toby Keith has always had a sly way with country music clichés: His 18th album opens with a loping sing-along that imagines an America divided by politics but united by beer (“Drunk Americans”). And though his troublemaking side still shines (“Good Gets Here,” “Every Time I Drink I Fall In Love”), it’s the album’s mellower, more bittersweet moments (the Jimmy Buffett duet “Sailboat for Sale” and the holy trinity of “Haggard, Hank and Her”) that show the full range of his wit.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
101 Ratings
101 Ratings
steph6449 ,

excited for new Toby Keith music

Only 3 songs but already happy to have this new album coming up. Toby has a unique voice in the country scene, it's good to have some fresh music to enjoy

Esty1235 ,

Umm...

I think you should retire bc this is garbage

Cedar-Sass ,

Old habits die hard

Still trying to make money off of the war and (now) the changing religious atmosphere. He's singing the same songs. I miss the days of "dream walking" and "who's that man?" Those represented his true talent. This beating a dead horse keeps him from digging deep within his abilities as he keeps mass producing cliché stuff (like most of this album). There are a few decent songs. But it's a far cry from his best stuff.

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