White Trash with Money

White Trash with Money

White Trash With Money marked Toby Keith's first album on his own label Show Dog, but it also found him venturing into new song crafting territory with tunes like "A Little Too Late," a waltzing ballad that imports the string arrangements from Nashville's bygone countrypolitan era. "Crash Here Tonight" is another swooning number, the kind you'd expect Alan Jackson to write with its brimmed over sentiment set to a piano and new traditional twang. But aside from a couple of other slow burning honky-tonk numbers, the rest of the album delivers the kind of irreverent wit and dipsomania country that fans have come to expect from Toby Keith. "Get Drunk And Be Somebody" is a weekender's party anthem that would stoke Gretchen Wilson, and in the gripping "Grain Of Salt" the subject of the song must choose between his love for his woman and his love for tequila soaked debauchery (spoiler alert: the latter wins). "Runnin' Block" closes the album with a sublime southwest flavor replete with accordions and fratboy friendly lyrics about sometimes having to get with the unattractive friend of the gal that your bro is hooking up with in order to "take one for the team." Eesh.  

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