11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Best known for boisterous, macho hits like “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” and “Ladies Love Country Boys,” Trace Adkins leaves his pickup lines far behind for an album packed with unabashedly romantic tunes. There’s not a barroom boast in earshot as Adkins finds 11 different ways to melt hearts, utilizing his most valuable asset: his big baritone pipes. Along the way he finds time to team up with Colbie Caillat for an amorous apocalypse on “Watch the World End” and join in with Exile on a crafty cover of their ‘70s smash hit “Kiss You All Over.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Best known for boisterous, macho hits like “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” and “Ladies Love Country Boys,” Trace Adkins leaves his pickup lines far behind for an album packed with unabashedly romantic tunes. There’s not a barroom boast in earshot as Adkins finds 11 different ways to melt hearts, utilizing his most valuable asset: his big baritone pipes. Along the way he finds time to team up with Colbie Caillat for an amorous apocalypse on “Watch the World End” and join in with Exile on a crafty cover of their ‘70s smash hit “Kiss You All Over.”

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