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Life Changes (Deluxe Version) Tracklist:
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I hate the people who are keep on saying that it’s not country no one cares.They are saying that life changes is not a country song.And I’m just laughing because it’s so stupid what people say,THE SONG IS ABOUT HIS ADOPED DAUGHTER SO TAKE A CHILL PILL!
It's blah. It's the umpteenth edition of Nashville formula. It sound like pretty much everyting else coming out of Nashville....mediocre song writing coupled with an obvious 18-24 target. Yeah, it's marketed as country with an effort to program the younger demos to believe that this is really what country is in the second decade of this millenium. Imagine, if you did that to R&B or, God forbid, rock! This is perfect for mindless, unimagintive concert robots. I guess it sells. So do hookers, cocaine, bad weed and cheesy sitcoms.
TR always puts so much thought into his songwriting. His fresh sound is revolutionizing and progressive. For those saying this “isn’t country”, do you realize that Johnny Cash and Garth Brooks were told they weren’t country and now are considered to be classics? Time marches on, sounds change, things evolve.
Country gold is a little too poppy for me (which is why I gave 4 stars) but its still a good song and the other ones are great too! I have my favorites from him but I don't think I will ever absolutely hate anything from him! He is a great singer and song writer! Keep it up TR!
Why this is considered country is beyond me. Like most of the new wave of so called male country music its more like the Back Street Boys than the Oak Ridge Boys.Not a bad bubble gum pop album but don’t call it country
TR gained popularity by writing and recording actual country music. Now he’s just the male version of Taylor Swift. Just switch the genre to Pop we don’t have to see it in country anymore sellout.
Country music has ripped away any evidence of sounding unique. This computer generated collection of songs sounds as fake as Milli Vanilli! The most shocking thing that could come out of Nashville is for someone to make a real country album.