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Love it

Best album yet and bullet in the bonfire kinda has that kick it in the sticks beat

Not the best

I really like the 'rockin'' guitars on 'Rockin' Chairs', the beat of 'Way Back', and I don't know what I like about this album, but I really like 'Baby Be Crazy'. 'Outlaw In Me' just sounds good for some reason. I like the guitars on the title track. I like the beat of 'Tried To Tell Ya', the rockin' beat of 'It's About to Get Dirty'. But there are also songs like 'Bro Code', that aren't good. The banjo just doesn't match the song. 'In My Head' isn't really good either, but not as good. Its just a little bit slow. 'We're Gonna Ride Again' is a really boring song, and this was the most disappointing song on the album because I thought it would be a good, upbeat song, but instead it is a slow boring song. 'The Ones That Like Me' is upbeat, but for some reason, it isn't the best. It sounds like Brantley Gilbert's singing 'behind the music' on the lead single, and the worst song, 'Three Feet of Water'. This was a disappointment also, but this one is also awful. Its slow, but instead of boring, is just plain awful, with the piano and the violin, it doesn't sound good at all. I kinda like the beat on 'Smokin' Gun'.

Another level

Once again, Brantley turns on another gear, brings country with a his kind of rock and creates another great one. Everyone check out "in my head" "tried to tell ya" and "bullet in a bonfire" before making up your mind from only hearing the weekend. You're welcome.


Born: January 20, 1985 in Jefferson, GA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although it's tempting to call Brantley Gilbert a country artist -- he certainly embraces the outlaw country side of things -- in many ways his music is closer to the heartland sentiments of artists like John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, and perhaps most apt, Steve Earle. Gilbert was born in the small town of Jefferson, Georgia, just outside of Athens. He grew up hearing country music, but he also listened to a lot of Athens rock bands like R.E.M. and the B-52's, plus the swaggering Southern rock...
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