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Kip Moore 4/24/2012

Review

Like so many country singers from the Music City, Kip Moore got started as a songwriter, penning tunes for the duo Thompson Square. Moore displays a certain commercial savvy throughout his 2012 debut, Up All Night, sculpting his tunes with care, polishing them until they gleam, writing about all the things country boys love -- faith, pretty girls, beer money, and partying -- throwing them all together in his hit single "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck," a song that could happily double as an advertisement for either beer or trucks. That kind of commercialism is alternately alienating and alluring: the machinations behind the music are so transparent that it's a bit off-putting, yet the album is executed so well it can nevertheless suck you in against your will. It's big and bright, shameless in its attempt to win you over, and -- given increased exposure -- that eager-to-please nature winds up ingratiating whether you like it or not. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Drive Me Crazy Kip Moore 4:2
  3. 2 Beer Money Kip Moore 3:36
  4. 3 Somethin' 'Bout a Truck Kip Moore 3:33
  5. 4 Everything But You Kip Moore 3:55
  6. 5 Crazy One More Time Kip Moore 4:24
  7. 6 Where You Are Tonight Kip Moore 4:14
  8. 7 Hey Pretty Girl Kip Moore 3:34
  9. 8 Reckless (Still Growin' Up) Kip Moore 4:36
  10. 9 Up All Night Kip Moore 4:26
  11. 10 Fly Again Kip Moore 4:17
  12. 11 Faith When I Fall Kip Moore 4:37

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