21 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
384 Ratings

384 Ratings

Cory Kruse ,

A Resounding Triumph

The message of this album is all about taking risks, daring to move beyond comfort zones and the proverbial stagnancy that creeps up in life. And on "Wheelhouse," Brad Paisley does just that (though to imply his music was stagnant before would be a gross misconception). This record is a resounding triumph, a testament not only to Paisley's musicianship and skill, but also to his passion and commitment and unwavering pursuit of excellence. He dared to move beyond his comfort zone, and it paid off. Make no mistake: this is the Paisley we've come to know and love (well-written and relatable story-songs; fantastic guitar work; unrestrained country spirit), but with so much more. Paisley pushes himself musically and succeeds; he covers topics and themes that give this album tremendous weight. He even produced it himself, and the organic feel of the production is utterly refreshing. In life, the only way to truly grow is to take risks. With "Wheelhouse," Paisley proves this once again—though he didn't merely grow. He soared.

Nint27 ,

Best

This is amazing. He is only getting better!

cyprisfx ,

Lost in the pop...

Sorry, but Brad Paisley has officially sold out. He and Jason Aldean can sit together with Taylor Swift and Tim McGraw and write songs for Nicki Minaj. Nashville needs to listen back. King George, Alan Jackson, etc etc. This genre is lost with crap like this.

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