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When I said Luke Bryan will make a good record when hell freezes over 2020 was not what I meant. This Est.1960 denver broncos football shirt took me by surprise, I was expecting the same mediocre record, but surprisingly this record does everything I’ve ever wanted from Luke Bryan. Minus the singles, if you were to surgically remove he singles, this would be in the top 5 for me no doubt. The record has it’s fun moments, reflective moments, and its somber ones. Build Me A Daddy hits like a garbage truck, what a beautiful yet tragic song. The title track works pretty well. Too Drunk To Drive is a solid drinking song, which doesn’t name every single alcohol like most modern country songs. Little Less Broken intrigues me the most, the sound reminds of Midland’s tracks from Let It Roll. For A Boat is pretty laid back for a Luke Bryan song, it’s a neat message, it’s better to hear about a boat than a truck, and the melody is probably my favorite of the record. It’s the opposite of Hey World, 70% of this record is great meanwhile 30% brings this down a lot. Overall this record is great, and with 2020 being a literal hell, this record is a good way to escape it.