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jigawatt
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jigawatt

Maybe he’ll do one with worship music next.

Gregory C Dickison
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Gregory C Dickison

That is so cool!

Jane
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I heard of this the other day. I am so glad someone has done this — wonder if Nashville will get the correct message?

Brian G. Daigle
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If we could only see the pop loops cycling around us…Axis of Awesome nailed it here and here.

J
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J

What compelling evidence for the “all country music sounds the same” mantra. On the other hand, I now have what I need to go make a top of the charts country song. If anybody needs me, I’ll be off making millions of dollars. Talk ta yuns later.

Elisabeth
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You are suppose to play these songs backwards…to reveal hidden messages..not impressed

cozy623
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cozy623

And all six a poor ripoff imitation of the stylization that Darius Rucker brought to the country market. Boo!

wtrsims
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“Country” “Music” “Artists”

David Regier
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David Regier

Sure makes it easy for the guys in the house band.

Matt Massingill
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Matt Massingill

What’s that comment about playing them backwards?!?! Actually, the deeper meaning of these songs is hidden much better if you just play them forward. Ha-ha, see what I did there? Ha-ha.

Nate Filippelli
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Nate Filippelli

Ah, the ubiquity of subdominant, tonic, and dominant!

Monte Harmon
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Monte Harmon

Heard 5 or 6 of these pickup-truck/t-shirt/come-closer-girl songs a year ago — one right after another on the same station — and swore off country radio for 5 years. Maybe longer. By the time I try again it will be come-closer-boy anyway. Guess I won’t bother.

Eric Stampher
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Eric Stampher

Embarrassed to say — it works for me.

Kent Will
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I don’t think Hank done it this way.