This album picks up where his previous CD "Outlaws Like Me" left off.
It opens with "Old Back in the New School" and it is followed by "Lettin' The Night Roll."
"Old Habits" is a solid duet with reigning Country Music Association (CMA) "Female Vocalist of the Year" Miranda Lambert and it is one of the finest cuts on the CD.
Similar to "Til My Last Day," his lead-off single "Point At You
" is an up-tempo love song, which is already a Top 5 hit on country radio, with the potential to top the charts.
"I'd Want It To Be Yours" is a sassy and hilarious tune, where he makes an allusion to Kim Kardashian.
Moore showcases his soft side on the nostalgic "This Kind of Town," where he showcases his twang and he sings it with a lot of heart. Anybody who has ever lived at a small town at some point in their lives will surely appreciate the message of this moving vocal.
"Country Radio" is a fun tune and "That's How I Know You Love Me" is an ode to unconditional love.
My personal favorite track on the album is the ballad "One Dirt Road," which showcases his versatility as a vocalist.
The album closes on a high note with "For Some Ol' Redneck Reason," where Moore collaborates with one of his greatest musical influences, Grammy-winning country artist and southern rock-star Charlie Daniels
Overall, Justin Moore's latest album "Off the Beaten Path" is highly eclectic and a real treat. It is a well-crafted musical work, if not his finest album to date. It is sure to please fans of modern and traditional country music, since he is an artist that stays true to his roots. This CD garners 4.5 out of 5 stars.
To learn more about Justin Moore and his "Off The Beaten Path" CD, visit his official website