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article imageReview: Brothers Osborne solid on new country album 'Pawn Shop' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jan 18, 2016 in Music
Country duo Brothers Osborne released their brand new studio album, "Pawn Shop," and it is a well-crafted project from start to finish.
Brothers Osborne's album opens with the laid-back "Dirt Rich," which has a traditional country vibe to it, and it immediately breaks into the calming, acoustic ballad "21 Summer." It is followed by their catchy radio single "Stay a Little Longer," which is destined to top the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts within a week or so.
The title track "Pawn Shop" has a neat groove to it, featuring their rich, baritone vocals, while "Rum" is another radio-friendly tune, which was a prior single for the duo. "Loving Me Back" is the highlight track on the album, since it is a traditional country ballad, with Grammy-winning country singer Lee Ann Womack on soaring harmonies.
"American Crazy" has a patriotic vibe to it and it is an instrumental masterpiece, which deserves to be a single at some point in the future. "Greener Pastures" is the quintessential tune to sing along to, while "Heart Shaped Locket" has swagger and a country-rock edge to it. Their CD closes with the unapologetic tune, "It Ain't My Fault."
The Verdict
Overall, Brothers Osborne delivers on their highly-anticipated studio album, Pawn Shop. It is recommended for fans of traditional country music. It garners an A- rating.
To learn more about Brothers Osborne and their new CD, visit their official homepage.
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