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Trace Adkins’ trademark baritone has powered countless hits to the top of the charts and turned albums
into Platinum plaques, selling over 10 million albums, cumulatively. The Grammy-nominated member
of the Grand Ole Opry is a television personality, actor, author, spokesman for the Wounded Warrior
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 15, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Capitol Records Nashville
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,955 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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In his 10th year as a recording artist, Trace Adkins follows up his nearly Double- Platinumr album Songs About Me with his eighth Capitol release, Dangerous Man. Suitably titled, Dangerous Man is more than a nod to Trace's stature and baritone voice; it's a continuation of his recent prowess at country radio and success on the sales chart. His streak of 3 consecutive Platinumr albums, 2 Top-10's and a Top-15 single further prove that Trace Adkins is in fact a Dangerous Man. The first single Swing, a symbolic anthem of love and baseball, made its grand slam debut on This summer and leading up to the album release, Swing single and video promotions will be featured at Major and Minor League

After a decade of recording, the no-nonsense, deep-voiced Adkins has blossomed recently with riproaring, crowd-pleasing fare like "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk." Similar material turns up this time in the form of "Swing" (will it be Major League Baseball's answer to Hank Williams Jr.'s "All My Rowdy Friends Are Comin' Over Tonight"?) and the sing-along anthems "Ladies Love Country Boys" and "Fightin' Words." Beyond that, Adkins's honest, emotive blue-collar substance emerges on the thoughtful small-town chronicle "I Came Here to Live" and the sensual, contrite "Words Get in the Way." He similarly excels with "Ride," a hard-edged trucker tune; the anti-drug cautionary "High"; and "The Stubborn One," a poignant tale of the lifelong bond between a young man and his dying grandfather. In this day and age, it's a no-brainer that Adkins has to give the masses (and radio) the kinds of anthems they want. But unlike some artists, capable of doing that and not much more, his ability to project honesty, heart, and empathy is undeniable. --Rich Kienzle

Customer Reviews

Trace's cds just keep getting better and better!
Dangerous Man, Swing, High, Ladies Love Country Boys, all the songs on this CD are great.
A. Murdock
Trace Adkin's recent CD is a must have for any CD collection.
Ann M. Miller

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By DanD VINE VOICE on August 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
A Trace Adkins CD can't be any less than enjoyable; after all, the man has one of the most distinctive baritones ever to grace country music. He has a knack for taking a song and living it; for conveying the appropriate emotions, be it sorrow, regret, love, contentment, or something a bit raunchier.

Lately, Adkins has departed from his old traditional stance, and made music that--though still country--has a decidedly more rock edge. DANGEROUS MAN is a perfect example of southern rock and country music blending together into one simple sound. Electric guitars screaming over lyrics about southern women; a father's love for his sick son conveyed amidst subtle melodies; it's all contemporary country rock at its best. The only slacker here is the remix of "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk;" the song is certainly catchy, but this pop/funk remix feels out of place...maybe in a bar or music video (where it was originally featured), but not on an album of country rock music. Besides, haven't we heard the tune enough? Big hit though it was, it falls far short of Adkins's normal standards.

Still, DANGEROUS MAN is a great Trace Adkins album. A lil' country, a lil' rock 'n roll...just great music. Heart, attitude, compassion, the hat...Adkins is a man's man, but he can still melt a woman's heart, and that's probably all that matters. He is a true country crooner for the modern age. Often overlooked, he is and will always be a fan favorite--simply because he knows what his fans want, and that is good country music with an edge.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TLW on November 5, 2006
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Trace Adkins has set them up and knocked them down once more! Can Trace ever produce any music that sounds bad? His low deep bass voice continues to tickle our ears and the message of the songs he chooses to put together on cd continue to proclaim loud and strong that he loves everything in life from his dog to his woman to his God!

I strongly recommend that everyone has Trace's latest CD in their collection! A big ten-four in my CD player!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Hollerich on August 15, 2006
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Got my Dangerous Man yesterday and Trace has definately showed a new and dangerous side of himself on this one!!!!! Dangerous Man, Ladies Love Country Boys and fighting Words are my Favorite rockin songs!!! The Stubborn One is my favorite tear jerker.....Do not think there is a bad song on this CD.....Again Mr. Adkins you sure know how to pick your songs!!!! LOVE IT!!!!! 10 STARS!!!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lydia Plunk on August 31, 2006
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"Dangerous Man" will position Trace Adkins as one of contemporary music's most influential musicians. This is not an error of omission that " country" is left out of the description, for Mr. Adkins's music style is iconoclastic of our era. From the moment when seemingly out of nowhere the first note of the title song is solidly hit: Southern Rock and R&B are solidly fused. There is no lack of clarity or ambiguity in any of the work. This collection is performed with energy, intent and integrity.

Trace Adkins earns musical respect in this endeavor. There is nothing cookie- cutter in this work, other than the possible exception of the closing video mix of Honky-Tonk Bodonkadonk, which looses something in the translation to pop. Too often missing from contemporary music: there are actual crescendos and changes of tempo. There are changes of mood appropriate to the individual songs recorded. Scales are climbed like a Stair Master, slid down with the ease of a child at a park and jumped around with equal pleasure. Mr. Adkin's is known for his bottom scraping low notes: but it used to be easy to forget his vocal range competes with Josh Turner's. The major difference is that Josh Turner is more old school smooth, while Mr. Adkins delivers lines with more edge and bravado.

One of the most satisfying aspects of Mr. Adkins's music is his ability to convey masculine emotion that is neither condescending nor disrespectful of women. Like Sally Field might say, "He likes us! He really likes us." As importantly, it is absolutely clear that there is nothing more powerful than a specific man bonding to a specific woman.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Angel M. Brant on November 17, 2006
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Album after Album, from heartfelt ballads like "Words Get In The Way" to edgey sexual tension filled songs like "Aint' No Woman Like You"..this album has it all.

I got to see Trace last night in concert here in Phoenix and the man sings his music with as more conviction than showmanship. Unlike upcoming stars and so-called country ryalty who we paid double the ticket price for only to be disappointed...sorely!

His honky-tonk roots came through and it is just as much apparent live as on this album. The comments around me were that this artist is for the working man because that is where Trace's roots are..a hard workin' man with a real story to tell.

He is consistant, and I am shocked that CMT does not take more of a look at Trace than they do. He is not another Tim MCGraw, Kenny Chesney or George Straight. This album is evidence that he loves what he does and that is what many love him for.

This CD is a definite asset to your collection. GO OUT & BUY IT!! You might also find his other music and love it just as much!! Especially if you are as tired of kenny, TIm and George as I am!

Happy Listeneing!
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