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A Campy Shadow of their Former Selves

This is a sad record... Cowboy Mouth has been responsible for some great music over the last decade or so and they, to this day. put on a fantastic live show. Sadly the spark that once elevated their mix of roots, country, funk and rock has long burned out. "Fearless" continues a string of fairly mediocre records (although "Voodoo Shop" had some highlights) that play to their worst creative impulses and pander desperately to the listener in the hopes of scoring a radio hit that will fund the band's retirement. I don't want to say that their collective heart isn't in it anymore and I don't want to denigrate the effort that goes into making a record, but let us not pretend that this is the band's best work. The most recommendable tracks here are Disconnected, which is a repeat from previously releases and a decent cover of the classic "Lord Knows I'm Drinkin." Most everything else is overwrought unremarkable and saccarine. I'm not shocked at the many four star reviews, because the band in recent years has cultivated an ever more pedantic fan-base who shout down even well-intentioned comment on the band's music and direction. Maybe this album is your cup of tee, but if so you must brew it awefully weak.

-=- New Mouth -=-

Disclaimer: I really love Cowboy Mouth. I own every bit of music they ever have released. Cowboy Mouth has always been known for being a group effort. This release falls short of that. There is only one song by JTG and Paul has left the band after the release of Voodoo Shoppe. As I type this, I am listening to this release. It is not their best, nor is it worthless. But, it is much closer to the middle than to the best. I do think this release is better than the garbage being released by other fly by night bands, but not up to the standards of Cowboy Mouth. This release has a few good songs (I Believe, Maureen), many average songs, and a couple of songs that I would consider filler (Kiss Da Baby, Belly). Also, they there are two songs that were re-recorded: Tell the Girl UR Sorry and Disconnected. Both reworks are good, but it would have been nice to have two new songs rather that these reworks. It has grown on me after a couple of listenings. Drown sounds like should have been included on a Fred LeBlanc solo release. In fact, much of the sound and feeling of this Cowboy Mouth release has a Fred solo album feeling to it... This is a three star release-I like it, I don't really like it (4 stars) and I am not in love with it (5 stars). Sorry guys, I am feeling a little let down and disappointed. I want to love it. Maybe it will change. I really hope so...

The greatest unknown band in the world

Cowboy Mouth has done it again. They released another masterpiece of a recording! Although the band has gone through some transitions, they still continue to produce incredible music. Do yourself a favor and obtain their ENTIRE library of music. You wont be disappointed.


Formed: 1990 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Rock

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

Cowboy Mouth are a collective of '80s rock & roll survivors -- musicians with slight new wave and alternative connections who have aspired to AOR stardom. Formed in the early '90s after alternative rock had broken into the mainstream, the group fused AOR with alternative and roots rock influences on a handful of indie releases before signing with MCA Records in 1996. Although Cowboy Mouth had trouble remaining on a major label's roster, the band has continued releasing material in the new millennium...
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