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Category: Southern Rock
Label: Roadrunner Records
Catalog Number: RR 1686-178592
|3.||Little Thing Called You|
|6.||Unwrite That Song|
|8.||That Ain't My America|
|9.||Comin' Back For More|
|10.||God & Guns|
|14.||Raining In My Heartland|
|15.||Hobo Kinda Man|
|16.||Red White And Blue Live|
|17.||Call Me The Breeze Live|
|18.||Sweet Home Alabama Live|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: December 30, 2009 at 10:38|
|This band has been around since Moses was knee-high to a grasshopper and I've always hated 'em. Hell, I've hated ALL southern rock. Hated it like an antheist hates a southern baptist revival service. And you know what? I still hate it. Hate it like a bullet to the balls. But regardless of my hatred, I really like this CD. Not my typical musical taste by any stretch of the imagination, but it sports a modern rock edge (in places) and songs that are simply too catchy to ignore.|
|From: Doug||Date: January 4, 2010 at 12:54|
|"Skynyrd Nation" is a great tune. Rickey Medlocke's long-standing presence in this band is amazing. The current lineup is impressive and it shows on this record.|
|From: True Believer||Date: January 6, 2010 at 15:40|
|This is their best CD, I'm not joking. I like the powerful riffs and Mr Van Zant's strong vocal. I'm addicted to "Floyd" - the most hypnotizing track of the year. I can listen to the crescendo in the title track thousand times. The rest of songs is also perfectly played and arranged. 9/10|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: September 13, 2012 at 13:48|
|since 1997 (the "twenty album") i am a die hard fan of lynyrd skynyrd cause they play hard.thanxxx to rickey medlocke.before 1997 i like their music but they sounded too rock n roll too country at my taste.they had a very big potential but they doesn t open enought their amplis.since 1997 this band is not a band it s a dream team.before this date i prefer to them doc holliday,molly hatchet or blackfoot.this record is in the same vein than twenty,edge of forever and vicious cycle.a super class southern hard rock record.well produced (bob marlette) with a super singer mr johnny van zant.rickey is the hard inspiration of the band, johnny the a o r inspiration and the fabulous gary rossington the southern inspiration. more he is the keeper of the temple and the survivor of the plane crash in 1977.the second record in bonus is excellent it start with "bang bang" an excellent hard rock song.after many tragedies lynyrd skynyrd the legend is always alive!!!!!!!!|
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