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article imageReview: Country group Parmalee soars on new album 'Feels Like Carolina' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 9, 2013 in Entertainment
Country group Parmalee is going to release their debut studio album "Feels Like Carolina" tomorrow, via their label, Stoney Creek Records.
Their new album opens with their breakthrough single and Top 40 hit "Musta Had a Good Time" and it is followed by "Day Drinkin," which has a laid-back vibe to it.
"Move" has that infectious country-rock edge to it, that is reminiscent of a Jake Owen tune. "Close Your Eyes" is a well-crafted and soothing ballad.
They change the pace with the upbeat "Dance" and the highlight track is their current single "Carolina," which is one of the best songs that I've heard on country radio this year.
As of last week, the song sits at No 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, but it has the ability to become their first chart-topping single. Matt Thomas nails the vocals on "Carolina" and it is safe to say that the band members (Barry Knox, Josh McSwain and Scott Thomas) have hit a home run with it.
"Think You Oughta Know That" is refreshing and "Back in the Day" has the potential to be a radio single in the future. "Already Callin' You Mine" is yet another fun, catchy track.
It closes with "Another Day Gone."
The Verdict
Overall, Parmalee's new album is solid from start to finish. It garners 4.5 out of 5 stars. In this collection, Matt Thomas' vocals are reminiscent of the rock bands Daughtry and Nickelback respectively, with a country flair to them.
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