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Little Texas - Young For A Long Time (2015)

14-04-2015, 21:16
Music | Country | Rock

Little Texas - Young For A Long Time (2015)

Artist: Little Texas
Title Of Album: Young For A Long Time
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Rock
Label: Goldenlane Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 51:48
Total Size: 124 MB

1. Young For A Long Time (3:18)
2. Can't Get In A Hurry Here (3:47)
3. Why I Brought My Boots (3:53)
4. Slow Ride Home (3:40)
5. Rednecks Do Exist (3:18)
6. Kings Of This Town (4:16)
7. Yeah Yeah Yeah (2:50)
8. Take This Walk With Me (4:20)
9. Nothin' You Can Do (4:18)
10. How Many Chances (4:14)
11. This Hot In Texas (6:30)
12. What Might Have Been (Re-Recorded) (3:52)
13. God Blessed Texas (Re-Recorded) (3:26)

Little Texas didn't rush their reunion, taking their time to deliver 2007's Missing Years and then waiting eight years to release its sequel, Young for a Long Time. This unhurriedness is evident in the sound of Young for a Long Time, which is quietly confident in its adherence to the band's old-fashioned values of melody and modulated country-rock. Although the sound is sometimes a shade too bright and punchy, it also emphasizes the group's inherent good cheer. At times, Porter Howell seems slightly too amiable for his own good — his politeness undercuts the boasts of "Rednecks Do Exist," yet that's preferable to the ham-fisted nod to bro-country "Yeah Yeah Yeah" — but that niceness is ingratiating, particularly on the ballads and midtempo melodic numbers that would seem to be tailor-made for the radio if radio was still playing this kind of country-pop in 2015. So, it's something for the fans, the ones that have stuck with Little Texas through the years and through the lineup changes, but they'll find it satisfying.

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