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Not country but really good5By Annoyed at micro transactionsThis is more of an experimental rock album, so if you are expecting outlaw country you may be disappointed, but it is a great album nonetheless. Gritty, heavy, and urgent.
Hellava album!5By Wheelb1Buy it. Now!
Sturgill making what he wants to make5By Jack DebianAnd it’s great. His frustration with the music industry and Nashville in particular makes for an amazing creative inspiration. I’ve been looking for a modern alternative album that isn’t Beck for years and who would have thought it would be a country music ex-pat from Kentucky? A good mix of driving, frenetic fun and chill, thoughtful music; Sturgill has captured exactly the kind of album I have been waiting for. Make sure to check out the Netflix movie that accompanies it, it’s amazing as well. This is one of only a handful of albums that I have found worthy to purchase in the last few decades.
Not what I expected or wanted1By brandon32092This album sounded like the 70s disco threw up! I loved his other albums but this makes you wonder if he was high the whole album or totally leaving his original sound! Highly disappointed!!!
Musicians play what they feel and that’s awesome5By WirkhorseI wish more musicians followed their truth and got out of the lines defying expectations. I’m a KY native and find home in much of his work. Keep it up man; do what you feel...we’ll all be better for it!
Awesome fun5By greygold47thanks sturgill! Great tracks
I like Sing Along4By MATE 2020I like Stugil. His music is different. I like this song the best
Finally, something fresh and new!5By MikeSevenTattoosSomeone was playing this at the tattoo shop I work at. There was solid silence for about three songs, when finally, someone asked what it was, which I was about to ask, myself. I realized, everone in the room was listening and trying to process it. It's original. It's a new sound. I wouldn't expect everyone to be onboard, at least imediately. It's definitelly not catreing to the lowest common denominator. All I can promise is, that it's worth listenbiung to. I actually bought a couple of albums, because on this one.
What The Hell???1By broryrybroAm I listening to “Eliminator” from ZZ Top? I make no apologies......I am very disappointed! I knew, going into my first listen to this release, that SS was apt to get “creative” and even go in a completely different direction. But, what the Hell? Is he using a drum machine on every track? Granted, he is making an attempt at displaying his guitar playing prowess but outside of some isolated riffs and runs this effort is a huge disappointment after his first two masterpieces, “High Top Mountain” and “Metamodern Sounds........”! “A Sailors Guide......” is also a wonderful album but his debut and sophomore efforts are unparalleled! So much for getting ones hopes up! This effort brought mine crashing down.
Great rock album!5By Luchesse1987Sturgill keeps getting better. Every album is a new adventure and he’s not pretending that it’s country. He warned everyone 2 years ago his next album would be country and he stuck to that promise. His rock music is equally as important as his country music. Hope he continues to explore this sound/genre.