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|2. Can't Get Nowhere|
|3. Ready To Cry|
|4. Nine Eleven|
|5. It's A Beautiful Thing|
|6. Computer Controlled|
|7. Fast Girl|
|8. Don't Ever Take My Picture Down|
|9. Higher Ground|
|10. A Little Place Of Our Own/On The Road Again|
This is the third Tractors album I bought.(2001) The music just keeps getting better.
The leader, Steve Ripley, has his own definitive style and he has surrounded himself with an excellent array of musicians.
All tractors do is GREAT i want MORE please...and i am from sweden.i love this band,its great .
The tractors had me with MY BABY LIKES TO ROCK IT and I have not looked back since. This group of musicians know their stuff and come up with good and original numbers that at... Read morePublished 24 months ago by John Walsh
Great artist! I woud recomend this to all music lovers. the tractors i have missed you glad to find itPublished on December 4, 2012 by REO
The Tractors are a bunch of great Country/Rock musicians from Nashville area fronted by Steve Ripley and almost everything they try is great!! Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by patman
This is the third Tractors album I bought.(2001) The music just keeps getting better.Published on October 5, 2009 by John M. Southerland
A lot of big names here backing up the voice, guitar and pen of The Tractors' past albums. If you like music with a solid beat that makes you smile and feel good, this is worth... Read morePublished on April 28, 2008 by M. Huckabay
Steve Ripley, as "el presedente Tractor" strikes back with another album chock full of shuffle and shake. Read morePublished on November 5, 2002 by Robert ZIlli
First of all , I would like to say that I'm not Nicole but her husband-very important for what's following! Read morePublished on August 24, 2002 by Phil On
My overall reaction to this cd is a little disappointment. There's no bad music here -- all good solid tracks that will be good "driving" music. Read morePublished on August 15, 2002 by Donald Morgan