Justin Moore

August 11, 2009 | Format: MP3

$5.99
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3:28
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2:47
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 11, 2009
  • Release Date: August 11, 2009
  • Label: The Valory Music Co., LLC
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 The Valory Music Co., LLC
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  • Total Length: 31:04
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  • ASIN: B002KBCOK6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,056 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

The lyrics and music are very good.
Jeff N
I can't wait til his next album comes out so I can have more of his music!
I luv the Colts
One of the best I've heard in a very long time.
T. Dunn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kim Cantrell on June 3, 2010
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If you like the sounds of Trace Adkins and Toby Keith, then you'll love Justin Moore's debut CD.

With his "Backwoods," throaty, just-downright-sexy sound, Moore is sure to be a hit with country music fans!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steven James on September 2, 2009
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By looking at the cover of this CD I was expecting a boy-band version of country music. I was pleasantly surprised to hear how authentic and "country" this up and comer really is. Justin has a great voice very much unlike any in his genre today. It's almost like he's paying homage to some of the greats of the past such as George Jones or Gene Watson. The two standouts on the album are "Small Town USA", and "I Could Kick Your A**". The other songs are all pretty good, yet nothing very distintive other than his voice. It will be interesting to see how the listening and record-buying audience respond to this throwback to tradition who is placed in the midst of pop goes the country. I found Justin Moore to be refreshing and fun. The more I listen to it the more I like it. I strongly suggest you give it a whirl.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By 10ecn on September 2, 2009
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Like others have said, this is a truly COUNTRY sounding album. The exception might be the song "Back That Thing Up" which has a pop edge to it. I am SO happy to see a YOUNG country artist get back to the roots and style of traditional country. This is a down and rowdy rockin' country album ! I disagree that today's young people don't want to listen to traditional country, there are MANY of us who LOVE it. I am always amazed to go to a country concert and see all the teens beside me singing along to the OLD country songs.They know every word. There IS a market for this kind of music and you will not regret buying this CD if you are a rough and rowdy, flag waving, country music lover. Justin comes from a VERY small town down in the south and you can tell that he has truly lived what he is singing in his songs. The songs are true to what many of the southern youth live day-to-day growing up "down here". Crank it, and HANK it !
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on August 31, 2009
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I'm new to country music. I'm a lover of Pink Floyd, Voyager and David Bowie, music of the 60s and 70s. My daughter got me "into" country music with the new country artist like Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney and Faith Hill. Now I listen to mostly country.
This album was just OK for me. Some of it reminded me of the old Hank Williams style country. There were a couple pieced I liked better than others, only one I liked a lot (Grandpa) but it's one album I probably won't listen to a lot.
If you are a lover of the older style country music, you may like this a lot. The songs are quite up beat. The music is good and the artist is good. It just isn't for me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shawn J. Masse on November 10, 2009
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With the exception of the song "Back That Thing Up," Mr. Moore is listed as a Co-Writer on every song. It's nice to see that still some artist actually write (at least in part) their own songs.

Such personal connection to the work comes through the album. Most of the CD features songs that appear to come from the experiences of Mr. Moore himself. Moore gives accounts of his childhood and growing up in a Small Town in southern America. As such one can find themselves liking the CD before finishing the first song. The lyrics are well written and due Justin's tales from his past justice.

The Lyrics are front and center stage, the musical accompaniment is just that the accompaniment. While accompanying the lyrics, the do a fine job of adding to the song. They is also flair added to the pauses in the lyrics and can often be carry into the lyrics coming off a pause. This is none the less effective. In may cases these pauses are accented with the introduction of a (another) electric guitar and most songs feature a short (10-20 second) guitar solo.

The Biggest advantage is that there isn't really a bad song on the CD. If you find yourself liking one or two of the songs than your more likely than not going to like the entire CD.

The CD also features two music video (Enhanced content - Computer Required). The video for Small Town, USA is excellently crafted and worth watching at least once. Between the good music and the excellently crafted video, the CD is worth picking up.

On a side note the song "Back That Thing Up" really doesn't go with the rest. First off it is apparent that something about that one is different. Primary the subject matter differs considerably form the rest of the CD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Waymire on July 6, 2010
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I had heard a couple of Justin Moore's songs on the radio, and kinda liked them. Then, I saw him open for Brad Paisley, and was blown away !!!! He rocks the live stage. And you can tell he genuinely appreciates his fans, unlike some stars. So I bought the album and can honestly say that there is not one bad track on it. He has a great voice and his band is great. The lead guitar is tasteful, but not overpowering. He is from a town of 300 people, and mentions that alot.. so some criticise him for being too small town. They say he's just another name-dropper... hank jr., david alan coe, lynyrd skynyrd...Heck, Hank jr. does that all the time. And he's a legend. Some folks say he's a little too redneck... so what ??? Country needs to get some of these good-ol-boys back in the loop. Modern country is getting too soft (politically correct). Some folks say he tries to hard too be a laid back small town guy.. (which he is) ..... so what ??? Some folks are concerned because he mentions foreigners taking all of our jobs !!!! They are !! Got a problem with that ????.... How about when they take yours ??? Like he says... "somebody's gotta sing this song" !!! He sings a song about his Grampa.. who has cancer. (bet ya didn't know that). He sings about who he is and how he got to be that person and everything that made him that way.... ala Hank Jr. . He has a great voice, great sound.. definately country.... and we love it !!!! He references Hanks Jr., which alot of young country stars do.. Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean.. and many more. Heck, Hank Jr. is a big influence on alot of young country folk. If ya like some old country, but rockin old country.. this is it. I jam this cd every day.
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