13 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No doubt Big & Rich have mellowed since the goofball rallying cry of “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy),” embracing a steadier, more sentimental sound. Following 2014’s ballad-heavy Gravity, Did It for the Party is a bittersweet, reflective album, where even the rockers (“Congratulations (You’re a Rockstar),” “Funk in the Country”) seem to exist in the rearview, tempered by wisdom and age. “Let me tell you, son, number one/Number one was having fun,” they sing on the title track—a lyric couched not just in the past tense, but sung to a younger future generation.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

No doubt Big & Rich have mellowed since the goofball rallying cry of “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy),” embracing a steadier, more sentimental sound. Following 2014’s ballad-heavy Gravity, Did It for the Party is a bittersweet, reflective album, where even the rockers (“Congratulations (You’re a Rockstar),” “Funk in the Country”) seem to exist in the rearview, tempered by wisdom and age. “Let me tell you, son, number one/Number one was having fun,” they sing on the title track—a lyric couched not just in the past tense, but sung to a younger future generation.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Carlislechief7 ,

Badazz!!

Big & Rich ROCK! Tired of the weak "bro country" out there today! These guys are the party!!!!!

PegasusCindy ,

Give me more!

The lyrics on Big $ Rich's songs speak to me. They write most of their own music. The music is a party with fantastic lyrics. It makes you want to take a road trip, get together with friends or just sing out loud & have fun. The harmonies & lyrics make me want more! I can't wait to see this talented duo sing these songs live!

Josh4508 ,

California

Tim McGraw sings it much better. Check it out.

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