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  • This is one of the few radio bands that I can tolerate they are one of the wild cards in music that seem to make about everybody enjoy to listen it, what else is there to say, go check it out if your a fan of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Shinedown, or any other great southern rock band, you shouldn't be disappointed unless your just trying to be difficult

    • by Jefffelker40
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      Black Stone Cherry’s sophomore release is as impressive as their self titled this time longer and more mature, with more of the southern rock feel this is a much more satisfying listen from beginning to end, every song is catchy, and every one of these catch song grows on you

      demanding another listen, often times hearing things you missed the first time. I liked the concept idea this album has as the folklore and superstition i guess you could call it more of a theme, there are a lot of ballad type songs here, the last song “the ghost of ...

      • Floyd Collins” being a favorite of mine. “The Bitter End” is another stand out track, and of course if you haven’t grown tired of hearing the single “Blind Man” on the radio, than that’s here too. This is one of the few radio bands that I can tolerate they are
        one of the wild cards in music that seem to make about everybody enjoy to listen it, what else is there to say, go check it out if your a fan of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Shinedown, or any other great southern rock band, you shouldn’t be disappointed unless your just trying to be difficult.




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