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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.
I’ve been listening to Cole Swindell since day one and this is some of the best music I’ve heard. A good variety of emotions throughout the album, I definitely recommend this album to anyone that loves country music. You won’t regret buying it.
Definitely not his best. His next album better step it up or this is the end of him. Also tired of every song having to have something to do with drinking or some kind of alcohol. Every song is about it or has to mention it. Alcoholic much
Heard Cole sing some of these songs at the Missouri State Fair last night and it was beautiful. Pulls a few heart strings but also gets you ready to go out on a weekend with some friends. Great album!
Absolutely love this album love somebody’s been drinkin breakup in the end dads old number hits home just all and all he killed it once again so glad two years later you released a new album man your music is just so awesome loved every song on your 2016 album and love every song on this new album keep up the good work
Cole, you’ve done well with this album. ‘The ones that got me here’ is one Incredible song. Break up in the end is another phenomenal song. I’m into slow songs that touch people. Good seeing you in Windsor last week.