10 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mainstream country's traditionalist revolution has reached a fever pitch with the new album from Justin Moore, Late Nights and Longnecks, and not just because Moore looks sharp in a cowboy hat. Full of slick, modern production—this isn't a record that is actually trying to sound old—Moore makes a case for catchy, contemporary twang with a savvy sheen. From expert party anthems ("Why We Drink") to rock-flavored odes to those lost in combat ("The Ones That Didn't Make It Back Home") to piano ballads with a bit of soulful swing ("On the Rocks"), Moore delivers a complete and comprehensive album with a song for almost every life moment—particularly if that life moment is experienced from a front porch or a fishing dock south of the Mason-Dixon. And yes, that cowboy hat sure looks sharp, too.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Mainstream country's traditionalist revolution has reached a fever pitch with the new album from Justin Moore, Late Nights and Longnecks, and not just because Moore looks sharp in a cowboy hat. Full of slick, modern production—this isn't a record that is actually trying to sound old—Moore makes a case for catchy, contemporary twang with a savvy sheen. From expert party anthems ("Why We Drink") to rock-flavored odes to those lost in combat ("The Ones That Didn't Make It Back Home") to piano ballads with a bit of soulful swing ("On the Rocks"), Moore delivers a complete and comprehensive album with a song for almost every life moment—particularly if that life moment is experienced from a front porch or a fishing dock south of the Mason-Dixon. And yes, that cowboy hat sure looks sharp, too.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

CountryKid10 ,

The outlaw is here to save us all

Justin is back and more country than ever to save us from Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line.

Ipodpasstime ,

Jesus and jack Daniels is amazing

Sounds like a return to his roots after that last album so far. And I couldn’t be happier! Keeping my fingers crossed

Braves1975 ,

Best Ever!

This album not only shows Justin in his glory, it shows the range that he and his band mates have. From Roger and Chris making the twangs, David’s deep bass and the piano from Corey to the drums that keep the beat. I even recognize the swing from the steel, this is what country music should be and even the “veterans of country” could learn a little from this album. Very personal songs again from the guy that sings about hometowns, personal times and growing up. I’m so excited to get to see these guys live in concert for my 7th show!

Thanks for keeping your true self on this album!
Dusty Boston

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