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Like many sophomore efforts called Part II, Brad Paisley's second album is indeed a continuation of the debut, but the singer/songwriter and guitarist hardly sounds like he's repeating himself the second time around. Instead, it sounds as if he's digging in deeper as both a writer and performer, which for the most part means that he's digging deeper into classic country, specifically the Bakersfield and honky tonk of the '60s and '70s. Ironically, one of the exceptions to the rule is the title track, a slow heartbreak ballad that sounds crafted with the radio in mind (even more ironically, it didn't turn into a hit), but apart from this song and a couple other left turns, like the too bombastic power ballad "I Wish You'd Stay," Paisley manages to make Part II sound simultaneously classic and contemporary. This is as true on lean, lively, guitar-heavy tunes like "Two Feet of Topsoil" and the rampaging instrumental "Munster Rag" as it is on the lazy, jazzy "You Have That Effect on Me," the haunting, folky "You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive," and his spare reading of the gospel standard "The Old Rugged Cross." And it's not just that Paisley is faithful to the sound and feel of classic country; he's a sucker for classic country corn, which surfaces as humor — "All You Really Need Is Love," where all the hidden costs of a wedding are ticked off, or "I'm Gonna Miss Her," where he's enjoying a day fishing so his old girlfriend is slipping his mind — and sentiment, as on the unapologetically sappy "Too Country," where George Jones, Buck Owens, and Bill Anderson are all hauled out to celebrate country clichés. It's this embrace of Nashville schtick that separates Paisley from other neo-traditionalists — he values the music and he values the pageantry in equal measure, and he's excellent at both, as this thoroughly entertaining second album proves.

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Finally the best Brad Paisley album is put on itunes!!!!!

Folks this is the best Brad Paisley Album ever, and ITUNES finally out it on here. I have been waiting for a long time. The best songs in my opinion, have to be Part two, come on over tonight, You'll never leave Harlan Alive. And then When he sings The old Rugged Cross. No one can sing it better then Brad Paisley. I recommend buying this album, it just plain and simple kicks @ss

Greatest yet

This is the best album so far. You won't regret buying this one.

Go Brad

This is my favorite of his albums. All who love Brad Paisley should buy it!! (the whole thing not just one song) :-) Brad Is the best


Nacido/a: Glen Dale, WV, 28 de octubre de 1972

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

El cantante y compositor de country contemporáneo, Brad Paisley, lanzó su álbum debut como solista, Who Needs Pictures, en 1999. La grabación produjo dos singles que entraron en las listas de los más vendidos, "He Didn't Have to Be" y "We Danced" que, además, merecieron generalizados comentarios favorables por su diversidad de estilos country. La continuación al debut de Paisley, Part II, se lanzó en 2001 y pronto lo reubicó entre los Top 5 con "Two People Fell in Love". "I'm Gonna Miss Her (The...
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