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One might expect that winning a GRAMMY™ and an Oscar (for his song "The Weary Kind" from the film Crazy Heart, cowritten with producer T-Bone Burnett) would catapult Ryan Bingham into a bigger spotlight. But working in a folk-country milieu isn't an easy thing to do, and getting pegged as "folk" or "country" tends to put one in a pretty tight corner. It's a shame, because fans of everyone from Wilco to Ryan Adams or even Band of Horses might appreciate Bingham's evolving music. On his fourth album, Bingham cranks up the volume—along with a fairly prominent streak of passion, or anger, or frustration. Something's lit a fire here! He comes across as the leader of a rough-and-tumble bar band, someone who's crawled across the desert, thirsty and hungry with an ax to grind. "Guess Who's Knocking" surges and thumps like a White Stripes tune, and Bingham's ravaged voice sounds like Paul Westerberg on the Springsteen-ish epic "Rising of the Ghetto." Some listeners here might miss Bingham's folkier side, but surely a new crowd of restless souls with rock 'n' roll in their blood will embrace the raucous Tomorrowland.

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I have seen Ryan every year for the past six years and have loved his raw talent and the emotion/soul he pours into his music. This album severely lacks that and I was extremely disappointed with it. I was also devastated to see that he parted ways with the Dead Horses. It was an essential element to the sound that he had created, which the world only got a tiny taste of with the first few albums. I understand that he is evolving as an artist and wish him the best but I feel like this album is a mess and puts him out of his element. The lyrics seem to be strained, forced and strung loosely together. Before anyone gets upset about that, you should really listen to his past albums, especially Mescalito and listen to the haunting, beautiful lyrics... that's the Bingham sound I've grown to love. :(

Not the best in my opinion

The album isn't what I expected, what happened to the old Bingham, what happened to the West Texas hard times music, like south side of heaven and bread and water, what happened to the lyrics that gave you the chills, because you could in some way relate, this isn't it....

this isnt the ryan bingham i used to know

this sounds like some indie rock stuff. ryan please go back to the old texas country we know and love. hell lucero's new album sounds like this too 👎 both of yall need to think about what texas country is...


Born: March 31, 1981 in Hobbs, NM

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Americana singer/songwriter Ryan Bingham was raised in rural Texas, where years of hardscrabble ranch work and rodeo competitions would later lend a sense of authenticity to his music. Living alone since his mid-teens, Bingham shuttled back and forth between Southwestern border towns and relatives' homes, often sleeping in his truck after rodeo shows. It was during those treks that he began entertaining friends with the guitar, an instrument he'd learned at the age of 17 from a mariachi neighbor....
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