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article imageReview: Justin Moore back with new country album 'Kinda Don't Care' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 12, 2016 in Music
Country star Justin Moore is back with his new studio album "Kinda Don't Care," which was released today via the Valory Music Company.
It opens with the mid-tempo yet spitfire "Robbin' Trains" and it is followed by "Put Me In A Box," which has a neat echo effect to it. The title track "Kinda Don't Care," is nonchalant and laid-back. "Hell On A Highway" is infectious and it features neat guitar and drum instrumentation. "Goodbye Back" has cool hooks.
His latest single, "You Look Like I Need a Drink" is a Top 10 hit on country radio, and climbing. He picks up the pace with the upbeat and electric guitar-driven "Somebody Else Will."It is followed by the country-pop tune "Between You And Me" and the mellow "Got It Good," where he showcases his gratitude towards life.
"Rebel Kids" is one of the highlight tracks on the album, and he collaborates with Brantley Gilbert on "More Middle Fingers," where they come back with a vengeance. It closes with the soothing "Life In The Livin'."
The Verdict
Overall, Justin Moore delivers on his newest studio effort, Kinda Don't Care, which earns four out of five stars. It is one of his best albums to date, only second to his sophomore album Outlaws Like Me, which was stellar from start to finish.
To learn more about Justin Moore and his new CD, check out his official homepage.
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