12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

When Cole Swindell finished recording 2016’s You Should Be Here, he didn’t want to think about making another album for a while. “It was so special,” he tells Apple Music. “As good as we could do at the moment.” Two years later, Swindell bested himself with a set that moves easily between what he calls the “party vibe” of his early breakthrough singles and the familiar longing of You Should Be Here’s title cut. On “Sounded Good Last Night,” the Georgia native describes a “jackhammer”-like hangover and the series of decisions that led to it, and draws up equally relatable heartbreak on “Break Up in the End.” “I’ll Be Your Small Town” cleverly locates Swindell’s sound and sensibility “somewhere between some old-school Strait and McGraw,” albeit with some contemporary shine. “I didn’t abandon the stuff that got me here, but we’ve got songs that are gonna mean a lot to people,” he says. “That's why we named it All of It: Every emotion you can think of is right there, in 12 songs.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

When Cole Swindell finished recording 2016’s You Should Be Here, he didn’t want to think about making another album for a while. “It was so special,” he tells Apple Music. “As good as we could do at the moment.” Two years later, Swindell bested himself with a set that moves easily between what he calls the “party vibe” of his early breakthrough singles and the familiar longing of You Should Be Here’s title cut. On “Sounded Good Last Night,” the Georgia native describes a “jackhammer”-like hangover and the series of decisions that led to it, and draws up equally relatable heartbreak on “Break Up in the End.” “I’ll Be Your Small Town” cleverly locates Swindell’s sound and sensibility “somewhere between some old-school Strait and McGraw,” albeit with some contemporary shine. “I didn’t abandon the stuff that got me here, but we’ve got songs that are gonna mean a lot to people,” he says. “That's why we named it All of It: Every emotion you can think of is right there, in 12 songs.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
160 Ratings

160 Ratings

Ang!le ,

LOVVEE

I love every song on this album already, never a disappointment! Cole is amazing!
UPDATE, LOVE EVERY SONG

Rb3rt31 ,

His worst album but still got some substance

This album is very hard to properly review. Most of it is pretty bad pop country, unlike previous albums where Cole was able to pull off a solid pop country party songs as well as ballads. This album has much less substance. Having said that, Break Up in the End is an incredible radio single and very well written song. Dad’s Old Number carries the album and will bring a tear to your eye. The One’s That Got Me Here is also a well written song, and would make a great radio single. These 3 songs carry the albums and I highly recommend them. Overall 4/10 stars, his worst overall album but Dad’s Old Number could be his best song ever.

jarhead1727 ,

True country

Great job

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