I'm not sure why Blake abandoned the EPs and went back to another full length album, but either way, he seems to be able to do no wrong. This album is full of radio worthy Country songs, that are all well written and very well performed. Not to mention the production quality here. He even graced us with a nice thick CD booklet to read along with as he sings. Something that was absent from his last two releases. Once the case is first opened, we see something that let's us all know we're in for a great listen, and that is the very familiar Blake Shelton logo on the disc. From day one, this same logo has graced each CD Blake has done, and for good reason, it has remained the same. It's like a security blanket for the fans. It lets us know that nothing's changed. It seems to reassure us that once the disc goes into the player, that we will be enjoying the music from the press of the play button until the disc ends. And truthfully, that's just the way it is. If you're not a long time BS fan, and this is one of your first albums from him, or you're just now thinking of giving him a try, this is a perfect place to start. From the rollicking barn-burners, to the heavenly ballads, and everything in between, this CD is contemporary Country music at it's finest. Give it a listen... You wont be dissapointed!