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article imageReview: Cole Swindell releases solid country album 'All of It' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 25, 2018 in Music
On August 17, country star Cole Swindell released his latest studio album, "All of It," via the record label Warner Music Nashville.
It opens with the mid-tempo fun tune "Love You Too Late," and it is followed by the title cut "All of It," and the nonchalant "Somebody's Been Drinkin'." Equally upbeat is "Sounded Good Last Night," and it continues with the album's breakthrough single "Break Up in the End," which is destined to be his next smash single on country radio.
The ballad "The Ones Who Got Me Here" displays his rich, baritone voice, and it has a neat, inspirational message to it. Swindell showcases his versatility as a recording artist on "20 in a Chevy," and "Reason to Drink" would make a good theme song for a Friday night or the weekend. "I'll Be Your Small Town" would also make a solid choice for a future radio single.
"Her" is yet another gorgeous ballad on the CD, and it is followed by the spitfire "Both Sides of the Mississippi," which has a country rock edge to it, and it closes on a moving note with "Dad's Old Number," which tugs at the heartstrings.
All of It is available on iTunes.
The Verdict
Overall, Cole Swindell delivers on his newest studio offering All of It. The majority of the songs on here are relatable and well-crafted. This musical effort garners 4.5 out of 5 stars.
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