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Country music's most exciting vocal group rushes forward by soaring to even greater heights. With their constantly shifting dynamics and the head-turning way they layer their vocals, Little Big Town is rewriting the future of country harmony. -- Associated Press - Michael McCall

For anyone waiting for a group whose four-part harmonies and musical chops are lifted right out of the vintage SoCal rock scene, Nashville's LBT are a godsend. -- Entertainment Weekly - Chris Willman

The four world-class singers in Little Big Town have somehow made it past gatekeepers and become a commercial force despite recording really good songs with really different sounds. -- The Tennessean - Peter Cooper

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  • Audio CD (October 14, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
  • ASIN: B001EMR556
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,569 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By K. Stuckey VINE VOICE on October 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have been a fan of LBT's pleasing harmonies for years now and I am so glad they are back on radio with "Boondocks" - an ode to rural America - and The Road to Here in stores. I especially love "Welcome to the Family", a tongue-in-cheek warning to a new brother-in-law ('Uncle Bill's the undertaker's son, he'll dig a hole for you') it also has an awesome guitar line. From the somber ("Live With Lonesome" and "Lost") to the sweet "A Little More You", their harmonies are tight. "Bones" and "Good as Gone" are both fun to sing along to, Phillip's husky voice on "Bring it On Home" makes me weak in the knees and the acoustic version "Stay" is just...divine. I love how this album flows, my sweeties LBT have topped themselves. See them live if they come to your town!
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By James A. King on November 10, 2005
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I've been playing this CD in the car for the past week, and it has grown on me like the local Kudzu here in Georgia.

I love how LBT can glide effortlessly from a banjo-infected bluegrass-leaning song to something that sounds like the best of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young from the 70's, then turn around and sound like the best of Blue Rodeo. There's not a bad cut on this CD.

With "Boondocks" on country radio, this CD is getting the exposure it deserves. The best CD I've heard this year, and best overall since the Sugarland CD.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Joseph J. Oaster on October 16, 2005
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I was drawn in in the first five seconds of the song Boondocks. I loved the harmony, writing and music of this song. I love the bio on the band and what they have endured both personally and professionally.

A unique sound and a unique idea of the vocalist not only harmonizing but sharing the role of "lead vocals."

Not a typical country sound and very appealing to the music fan. I would recommend people give this band a fair shake. They are pretty darn good.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ken Fontenot VINE VOICE on September 4, 2006
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There's less commercial flash (though it's still evident at times) and more personal effort from the members of Little Big Town on this, their second album, "The Road To Here." The album starts off fine with "Good As Gone." This tune drifts solidly into their radio hit, "Boondocks." This song, while drowning in commercial pop country lyrics, stands apart from most modern country due to the nice four-part harmony of the group. Another standout from this album is their other radio release, "Bring It On Home." In fact, this is probably the strongest song on the album. "Wounded" has a nice sound as well. Songs like "Bones," "A Little More You," and "Looking For A Reason," are good, but they all begin to sound alike as the album rolls along. The only glaring downfall in this album is the hokey, pop country drivel, "Welcome To The Family." It falls into the same category as other silly tunes like "American Honky Tonk Bar Association," where it seems that the songwriter tries too hard to make a cheesy country tune.

If you enjoy earthy, mostly acoustic four-part harmony, you'll enjoy this album. People who likes glitzier country groups like Rascal Flatts will probably like this, though it's quite a bit grittier than the bland Flatts sound. Fans of bluegrass-tinged groups such as Diamond Rio and even the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band will probably enjoy this much more.

Overall, a highly recommended album, though Little Big Town hasn't quite set themselves apart from the crowd.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Nicole on October 20, 2005
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I am sucker for harmony, which is why I am such a fan of artists like Vince Gill, Allison Krauss, Rascal Flatts....Anyhow, I decided I had to own this CD after hearing "Boondocks" on the radio a couple of times. What's really cool is how there is not one lead vocalist - the songs alternate from female to male lead. There is only one song on this disc that I skip ("Welcome To The Family"). The rest are all fantastic and I can't help but sing along! I would list the standouts, but that would be nearly the entire CD!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ashley Weimer on October 12, 2005
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This is by far one of the BEST CD's I've purchased in a very long time! Little Big Town's harmony's are absolutely amazing and their talents shines through in this CD! Highly Recomended!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Whose Line? on January 27, 2006
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I went to see Keith Urban last November, and on the way to the show heard "Boondocks" on the radio. I immediately loved the attitude in the lyrics and the harmonies, but had no idea what band it was. To my very pleasant surprise, I found Little Big Town to be opening for Keith Urban that night! They were simply fantastic, 100x better than any opening band I have ever seen, possibly besides Maroon 5 opening for John Mayer. If you think LBT sounds good on the records, see them in concert. Their live sound is mind bogglingly good. Their harmonies seem so natural, and their balance was perfect.

I have yet to pick up the first LBT cd, but will very soon. I am still quite occupied with "The Road to Here" though, as I keep getting hooked on a new song every couple of weeks. Right now it's "Fine with Me", a song that puts me in a fantastic mood no matter what kind of day I've had. I'm also a big fan of "Bones", which has an awesome bitter taste to it without being vindictive. I also agree with another reviewer who stated that the last song on the album, "Stay", is "simply devine". I'm a guy and I don't immediately go for the slow, sappy, acoustic songs like that, but this one just gets me. I love the simplicity of "Lost", the repetitiveness of the chorus only reinforces the pain of the song. My number one pick of the album is "Bring it on Home". It's such a sweet song, the kind that makes you say "awww" when you hear the lyrics.

I can't say enough great things about LBT. Buy the albums, see them live, you will NOT be disappointed.
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