16 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Hell On Wheels” kickstarts the album with snarling guitar and backwoods banjo accompanying Gilbert’s smoky rasp. “Bending the Rules and Breaking the Law” aims for outlaw anthem status as does the simmering “Country Must Be Country Wide,” where he name-checks “Cash, Hank, Willie and Waylon.” “Hell On an Angel” is an obvious standout that plays like a tougher Bon Jovi.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Hell On Wheels” kickstarts the album with snarling guitar and backwoods banjo accompanying Gilbert’s smoky rasp. “Bending the Rules and Breaking the Law” aims for outlaw anthem status as does the simmering “Country Must Be Country Wide,” where he name-checks “Cash, Hank, Willie and Waylon.” “Hell On an Angel” is an obvious standout that plays like a tougher Bon Jovi.

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16

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

RoseSteinberg11 ,

I love it

Me and my dad would turn it all the way and scream the songs

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