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2012 album from the Country singer/songwriter. Following in the footsteps of his critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated Up On The Ridge album, Home is Dierks' sixth studio album. Says Dierks. "This album is more than a year's worth of writing, recording and testing out material on the road in front of our hardcore fans. The end result is an album that runs through all the types of Country songs and sounds I enjoy singing and playing." Features the singles 'Home' and 'Am I The Only One,' as well as a special duet, "When You Gonna Come Around," with Karen Fairchild from Little Big Town.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 7, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
  • ASIN: B0050CJNH4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,766 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I've been a huge Dierks Bentley fan since his eponymous album dropped in 2003. Follow up albums Modern Day Drifter and Long Trip Alone were both great, showing strides vocally, but all three followed a pretty good formula--a handful of really sorrowful hurtin' love songs (with a touch of optimism on a track or two) and a handful of fun, catchy diddies. Bentley is at home with the sad songs, it's what he has done so well.

Feel that Fire was a bit of a departure. More upbeat than any of his previous albums it was still a good rockin' addition to his discography.

Up on the Ridge was a natural and beautiful progression. Many people were hung up on the title of "bluegrass" album but really, it was right up Bentley's alley.

The reason why I brought up his past was to understand "Home", his newest album. I'm all for artists growing, adapting, and trying something new. That's not "Home". I'm all for artists sticking to what they do well. That's not "Home" either. "Home" doesn't feel like an evolution, nor does it sound like Bentley's standard. Aside from track one "Am I the Only One" (one of his great up beat songs) and track 12 (a sappy yet beautiful ballad) the rest of the album is so bland, so generic, so over-produced that nothing stands out, nothing shines, nothing hits, if I may be so bold, "home".

Gone are the sorrowful wistful songs that he does so well. The tracks that come close are so over produced (or maybe he's just too happy in his life?) they lack anything resembling hurt in his voice. "In my head" and "When you gonna come around" just don't work like they should. 5-1-5-0 is an okay catchy tune. The rest of the album just falls flat.

Because it's Bentley he still makes the songs better than they should be. Yet this album is nowhere near the quality and standard that his fans are used to.
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I have been thoroughly enjoying this new CD from Dierks Bentley! Not a bad song in the bunch! I've got it on my iPod and in the vehicle I use for commuting - "Thinking of You", "5150", and "Home" are a few of my favorites on the CD. Enjoy!
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There was a time in my life that I would have meant "radio friendly" as an insult. However, making music is both an art and a business. There's nothing wrong with doing what you love and making some coins at the same time. The songs are just too good for me to resent Dierks for backing away from the bluegrass sound of "Up On The Ridge". Once again. it's a good helping of "pickup truck anthems" with loud guitars tempered with intelligent ballads that don't resort to schmaltz. Even "Home" manages to say "hey, I'm proud of my country" without resorting to the "you're either for us or against us" ugliness that certain artists used to cash in on the Iraq war not too long ago. I may not live on the main street of Nashville but as long as Brad Paisley and Dierks Bentley are around, I'll continue to drop by.
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By yukon727 on September 6, 2012
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Dierks has a wonderful voice/band and on a few of this songs on this album he knocks it out of the park. But, on a lot of the other songs the musical composition/lyrics just don't live up to his abilitys.
I'm hoping in the future that he can put together an album which is filled with hits.
Not giving up on him, this album just doesn't do him justice thus the 3 star rating.
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tip on back is best track. there are 4 tracks worth buying, most of the rest are not worth it.
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Dierks Bentley single handedly know's how to entertain his fans, which undoubtly has the largest fanbase you could imagine. It's no surprise Bentley's 6th studio album " Home" has remained on the top of the chart's since it's release February 14,2012. The first single released from Home is the honky tonk,tongue in cheek "Am I The Only One" which comes close to comparison of Toby Keith's "Red Solo Cup". "Am I The Only One" has pure wit written all over it, the follow up single "Home" also the album's title has struck a cord with folks that you could just sit on a mountain top and sing the song at the top of your lungs. "Home" gives you that feel good feeling; nothing isn't so bad in this world when we all come together and reflect on the good times, fun times and when there is struggle, we still unite as one. The power ballad gives us that sense of peace we long for. As for other tracks on the album they were all pieced pefectly like a puzzle. The bar drinking "Tip It On Back" is a rowdy good timing track, to the sensual romantic ballad "Breathe You In". "5-1-5-0" confesses going crazy over a girl you can't stop thinking of. Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild joins Dierks on "When You Gonna Come Around" a tender ballad of a friendship turn relationship or at least it has you wondering if it is. "The Woods" gives you that country vibe from Dierks, here's this guy who's just a country boy at heart because what's in the woods, stays in the woods. "Gonna Die Young" will get your blood moving,racing to the beat of the uptempo track with it's rock country vibe. On "Diamonds Make Babies" is your classic tale of man and woman and that very famous diamond ring,almost like the pop R&B hit Put A Ring On It, but with a country honky tonk vibe.Read more ›
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