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Album Review

The Oklahoma country rockers recorded this album shortly after a narrow escape from death in an accident on the Oklahoma highway of the title. It's therefore perhaps not surprising that this set's subjects include many of a reflective, philosophical nature, notably "Back Around," "Look at Me," and of course the title track. The ferocious "Bang My Head" and the hard-driving country of "One of These Days" are proof that the band hasn't forgotten how to rock., Rovi

Customer Reviews


I love this album, I love all of Cross Canadian Ragweeds work. The best songs on here are Look At Me, 42 Miles, Alabama, and Long Way Home. Everyone in the band is great at the instrument they play. This is real new southern rock not country.


i'm good friends with CCR and let me tell you they are VERY talented. They're a great group of guys and work hard at what they do. Buy this album. You WON'T regret it.


I saw them last year live at the Social in Orlando. Small venue incredible show. One of the best live bands I've seen.


Formed: 1994 in Stillwater, OK

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Cross Canadian Ragweed established themselves as a relentless touring band throughout the Texas/Oklahoma area and then broadened their reach, nationally releasing several albums of rabble-rousing alt-country. Formed in 1994 in Stillwater, OK, the band took its name from those of its members: frontman and lead guitarist Cody Canada, drummer Randy Ragsdale, rhythm guitarist Grady Cross, and bassist Jeremy Plato. Though the band toured heavily from its inception, establishing a particularly strong fan...
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