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‘The Order: 1886? Review: Werewolves of London

Not so long ago, people were content to play shooters entirely for their single player experiences. They usually featured gruff, stoic protagonists and featured stories about saving the world or preventing some mythic, immediate threat to humanity. They were slowly subsumed by shooters ameliorated with RPG elements or decked out with a top-notch multiplayer. However, […]

Single Review: Eric Church, “Talladega”

“Talladega” Eric Church Written by Eric Church and Luke Laird Nostalgia works a lot better when the one indulging in it has put some time and distance between them and the memories. “Talladega” celebrates the memories of a youthful road … Continue reading ?

Single Review: Chase Bryant, “Take it On Back”

“Take it On Back” Chase Bryant Written by Dylan Altman, Chase Bryant, and Tommy Lee James How many times can the title be repeated in a song? I thought Little Texas had answered that question definitely with “My Love”, but … Continue reading ?

Review: Old Potrero 18th Century Style Whiskey and Single Malt Straight Rye

Old Potrero is the craft distilling arm of San Francisco-based Anchor Distilling, and in addition to a number of gin and unaged whiskey products, it also produces a handful of aged spirits under the OP label. Today we look at… Continue reading ? The post Review: Old Potrero 18th Century Style Whiskey and Single Malt Straight Rye appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Single Review: Dierks Bentley, “Say You Do”

“Say You Do” Dierks Bentley Written by Shane McAnally, Matt Ramsey, and Trevor Rosen Dierks Bentley’s at the top of his game right now. “Say You Do” demonstrates why. It’s subtle, it’s smart, and it’s self-aware. It’s the type of … Continue reading ?

Single Review: Randy Houser, “Like a Cowboy”

“Like a Cowboy” Randy Houser Written by Randy Houser and Brice Long It’s hard not to be impressed by Randy Houser’s resilience.    His ability to build an audience with a reasonably country sound, all while switching from the majors to … Continue reading ?

Carly Rae Jepsen Debuts ‘I Really Like You’ Single And People Really Love It [Reviews]

Carly Rae Jepsen dropped her delicious, new single “I Really Like You” to digital retailers and iTunes on Sunday, March 1, following a cover art reveal two days before. In a word, it’s a corker. Nutshelled: “I Really Like You” is girl-meets-boy-now-can’t-stop-singing-about-boy...Show More Summary

Single Review: Tim McGraw with Catherine Dunn, “Diamond Rings and Old Barstools”

“Diamond Rings and Old Barstools” Tim McGraw with Catherine Dunn Written by Barry Dean, Luke Laird, and Jonathan Singleton Tim McGraw should be applauded for finally meeting the potential that many of us had hoped for after he left the … Continue reading ?

Single Review: Jason Aldean, “Just Gettin’ Started”

“Just Gettin’ Started” Jason Aldean Written by Rhett Akins, Chris DeStefano, and Ashley Gorley Competently performed.  Creatively stagnant. Completely unnecessary. Grade: D

Single Review: Eric Paslay, “She Don’t Love You”

“She Don’t Love You” Eric Paslay Written by Eric Paslay and Jennifer Wayne Any time a new country single invites comparisons to “Life Turned Her That Way”,  you know you’re in for something good. “She Don’t Love You”  is a … Continue reading ?

Single Review: Cole Swindell, “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey”

“Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” Cole Swindell Written by Josh Martin, Adam Sanders, and Cole Swindell Cole Swindell makes the case to the lady that burned him that there are a ton of good reasons he might be out drinking tonight.  … Continue reading ?

Single Review: Lee Brice, “Drinking Class”

“Drinking Class” Lee Brice Written by David Frasier, Ed Hill, and Josh Kear I’m always going to prefer a drinking anthem written for people who actually work for a living.    “Drinking Class” is all about going out on Friday night … Continue reading ?

Single Review: Darius Rucker, “Homegrown Honey”

“Homegrown Honey” Darius Rucker Written by Nathan Chapman, Charles Kelley, and Darius Rucker Darius Rucker still seems more committed to keeping the country elements present in his country music than all of his contemporaries that didn’t crossover from the nineties … Continue reading ?

Book Review: Girl on a Train

Are you a closet voyeur like me? When I am driving at night, particularly on back roads rather than on the Interstate, I will pass a house with one light on in the window, and wonder what the story is for why that one single light is...Show More Summary

Single Review: Trisha Yearwood, “I Remember You”

“I Remember You” Trisha Yearwood Written by Kelly Archer, Ben Carver, and Brad Rempel After the anthemic “Prize Fighter”, Trisha Yearwood softens things with the emotional “I Remember You.” With just an acoustic guitar and simple strings, “I Remember You” … Continue reading ?

Single Review: Thomas Rhett, “Make Me Wanna”

“Make Me Wanna” Thomas Rhett Written by Bart Butler, Larry McCoy, and Thomas Rhett “Make Me Wanna” is what country music might have sounded like in the nineties if the new traditionalist movement never happened. The twang is there. How … Continue reading ?

How Many Verbal Typos Can I Make in a Single Podcast?

My Pop Vinyl Collection Review (and Unboxing Dancing Groot) Star Wars Stuff Haul: A Collector's Dream Case...Show More Summary

Single Review: Ashley Monroe, “On to Something Good”

“On to Something Good” Ashley Monroe Written by Barry Dean, Luke Laird and Ashley Monroe Happily, Ashley Monroe has announced a new album that will, once again, be produced by Vince Gill with the help of Justin Niebank. The lead … Continue reading ?

Single Review: A Thousand Horses, “Smoke”

“Smoke” A Thousand Horses Written by Ross Copperman, Michael Hobby, and Jon Nite Your tolerance for this song will be completely dependent on your tolerance for a woman being compared to nicotine addiction. If you’re on board with that, perhaps … Continue reading ?

Single Review: Brantley Gilbert, “One Hell of an Amen”

“One Hell of an Amen” Brantley Gilbert Written by Brian Davis, Mike Dekle, and Brantley Gilbert I actually feel kind of bad for Brantley Gilbert.  His heart is totally in the right place.   But the execution is absolutely horrendous. Attempting … Continue reading ?

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