Editors’ Notes Colt Ford steps into the first song of his fourth album with defiance. “Answer to No One” opens brazenly as the former golf pro turned country/hip-hop star declares that he’s a "shotgun toter, Republican voter" over a stomping beat lifted from Queen’s “We Will Rock You.” Guest vocals from JJ Lawhorn give the chorus a catchy melody. An Auto-Tuned Jason Aldean does the same for the chorus in “Drivin’ Around Song,” which would be a ballad save for Ford’s thick drawled rhymes in the verses. The banjos and distorted guitars keep the refrain of “Ain’t Out of the Woods Yet” steeped in old-school Southern rock, with ample help from Montgomery Gentry on the singing parts. Fans of The White Stripes will notice a similarity between the guitars on “Dancin’ While Intoxicated (DWI)” and those of “Seven Nation Army” (LoCash Cowboys and Redneck Social Club contribute R&B singing and counter-rhymes). Similarly, “50/50” borrows the riff from Michael Jackson’s “Beat It”—which is appropriate, since Ford threatens to beat up city slickers in the album’s only guest-free song.

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Answer to No One (feat. JJ Lawhorn)
1
3:32
 
Drivin’ Around Song (feat. Jason Aldean)
2
3:40
 
All In (feat. Kix Brooks)
3
3:16
 
Ain’t Out of the Woods Yet (feat. Montgomery Gentry)
4
3:04
 
Lucky (feat. Jonathan Singleton)
5
3:09
 
Back (with Jake Owen)
6
4:02
 
Dancin’ While Intoxicated (DWI) [feat. LoCash Cowboys & Redneck Social Club]
7
3:55
 
It's All (feat. Jeffrey Steele)
8
3:43
 
Hugh Damn Right (feat. Laura Bell Bundy)
9
3:43
 
Room At the Bar (feat. Corey Smith)
10
3:19
 
All of My Tomorrows (feat. Russell Dickerson)
11
3:09
 
Happy in Hell (feat. Wanya Morris)
12
3:58
 
50/50
13
2:50
 
Way Too Early (feat. Darius Rucker)
14
2:46
 
Angels & Demons (feat. Lamar Williams Jr.)
15
6:38
 

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