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Toby Keith has never been shy, but on Unleashed the Oklahoman proves he has more in common with Charlie Daniels and Hank Williams Jr. than you might have thought. The headline-making hit single "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American)" will either impress you as a piece of jingoistic hooey or rally your fighting blood with its images ("the Statue of Liberty started shaking her fist") of patriotic retaliation. The "eye for an eye" mood continues on "Beer for My Horses," a frontier-justice saga on which Willie Nelson duets. But after that, things start falling into the usual formula: a killer pop ballad ("Rock You Baby"), some smart-ass sexual grandstanding ("Who's Your Daddy"), and a few midtempo ruminations on life and love that catch the ear but ultimately prove forgettable. By the time he gets to "It Works for Me," in which Keith celebrates the virtues of country living ("If it's so good in the city / Why don't anybody smile?"), you'll swear it's a Bocephus CD in your player. Oh, you rowdy boys! --Alanna Nash

1. Courtesy Of The Red, White, And Blue (The Angry American)
2. Who's Your Daddy?
3. Good To Go To Mexico
4. It's All Good
5. Beer For My Horses
6. Losing My Touch
7. Huckleberry
8. It Works For Me
9. Ain't It Just Like You
10. Rock You Baby
11. Rodeo Moon
12. That's Not How It Is

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 23, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: DreamWorks Nashville
  • ASIN: B000069EWD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,728 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Deanna on July 30, 2002
Format: Audio CD
On "Unleashed," Toby Keith's second album since August 2001, he shows both his abundance of attitude and his romantic side. Also, considering the fact that he wrote/co-wrote every song on the album, he shows his diversity as a writer and a singer who never fails when it comes to delivering good music.
Some of the outstanding tracks on this album are "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue" (a controversial song about Toby's feelings on September 11th.), "Good To Go To Mexico" (a very fun, laid-back song, with a Spanish feel to it), "It's All Good (an excellent song about keeping things normal and letting troubles pass you by, even though the world has changed), "Beer For My Horses" (a rollicking song about victory and Willie Nelson's voice sounds terrific with Toby's), "Huckleberry" (a sweet song about first love), "Rock You Baby" and "Ain't It Just Like You" (two fantastic ballads). Then, at the end of the album, there's a live introduction of "Courtesy Of the Red, White and Blue" by Toby, in which he says why he wrote the song.
"Unleashed" is definitely Toby Keith's finest album. Highly recommended to all country music fans!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By musiqstar87 on January 20, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The first time i started listening to Toby Kieth was when i heard his song, "I Wanna Talk About Me" from his 2001 album "Pull My Chain". I really enjoyed that song and thought i should buy the album, i really enjoyed the whole "Pull My Chain" album and was wanting to hear more Toby. After buying a few of his earlier releases such as "How Do You Like Me Now?" and "Greatest Hits", i wasn't really suprised at all with their sound. I wanted some new, different, and espicially good Toby to listen to. When i heard the single of "Courtesy Of The Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American)" i went out and bought the CD-single of it. A good friend of mine told me that the album "Unleashed" wasn't worth the money, considering he bought it on the day of its release, i took his advice and didn't buy it. A few days later he let me borrow the album and i heard just a few of the songs. After hearing "Who's Your Daddy?" and "Good To Go To Mexico", i quickly caught a ride to the record store and bought the album. I couldn't believe how good it was. Every song was excellent, new, and groundbreaking. Toby really did unleash himself on the 13 track disc. After i had heard the album from top to bottom, i decided to share my thoughts of it in this track-by-track review:
1. Courtesy Of The Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American) - The excellent first single about fighting back after 9/11. This song is really brilliant and has a very good meaning.
2. Who's Your Daddy? - Excellent second single. It shows Toby taking on a more upbeat kind of style. Song has very good lyrics about a relationship.
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45 of 56 people found the following review helpful By DanD VINE VOICE on July 23, 2002
Format: Audio CD
As you can tell, I am happy with the release of Toby Keith's newest (and possibly best) CD. It comes less than a year after "Pull My Chain", but do not let the suddeness of it fool you: this CD is worth every penny you put into it, and more.
Keith, as always, makes sure he covers a wide range of tempos and melodies. Love ballads--"Losing My Touch", "Rock You Baby", "That's Not How It Is", "Rodeo Moon" (sort of)--are mixed in with easy-rollers like "It's All Good", "Huckleberry", and "Ain't It Just Like You". Thrown into the mix are some rockers "The Angry American", "Who's Your Daddy?", "Good To Go To Mexico", and "Beer For My Horses".
The topics are equally diversified. "The Angry American," as if you haven't heard it, is about the anger and hatred we felt on 9-11..captured by a man that felt the same way. "Good To Go To Mexico" is about that vacation we all need in our lives. "Beer For My Horses", a duet with the one and only Willie Nelson, is about obtaining justice when justice is necessary. "Huckleberry" is a song about the beauty of puppy love, and "Rodeo Moon" (co-written by Chris LeDoux) covers the life of a traveling rodeo star and his wife. The album ends with an introduction of "The Angry American", and an explanation of why Keith wrote it.
Toby Keith's songwriting skills abound here, as he wrote or co-wrote all twelve of the tunes (not counting the final track). All his wit, anger, love, fear, and anxieties are transfered to your ears through his music. Those headphones can carry a lot, can't they?
Alright, alright, I'll end this.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jorge on June 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I totally love this CD, I would definitely label this his best CD production yet. I totally love the singles. [Beer For My Horses; Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue; Who's Your Daddy?] Aside from those my favorite songs are "Losing My Touch" and "Rodeo Moon".

The CD has a good feel to it and makes you enjoy it the first time you hear it. It contains a good variety of moods. A must have.
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