15 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third studio album from Kentucky’s Black Stone Cherry is dominated by massive post-grunge riffs with a distinctly Southern flair. "White Trash Millionaire" is a distorted classic-rock boogie powered by sleazy grooves, while the plaintive "In My Blood"—which pledges allegiance to the touring lifestyle—ends in a torrential downpour of bluesy, headbanging licks. Even the acoustic-flecked "Stay," which was later covered by Florida Georgia Line, is a wrenching power ballad whose guitars burst forth on the heart-wrenching chorus.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third studio album from Kentucky’s Black Stone Cherry is dominated by massive post-grunge riffs with a distinctly Southern flair. "White Trash Millionaire" is a distorted classic-rock boogie powered by sleazy grooves, while the plaintive "In My Blood"—which pledges allegiance to the touring lifestyle—ends in a torrential downpour of bluesy, headbanging licks. Even the acoustic-flecked "Stay," which was later covered by Florida Georgia Line, is a wrenching power ballad whose guitars burst forth on the heart-wrenching chorus.

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