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Big & Rich 9/29/2009

Review

Big & Rich first hit the charts a mere five years before they released their Greatest Hits in 2009, but their presence was so pervasive it seems like they've been around twice as long. Part of the reason for this is that they wrote and produced for a huge number of artists, sometimes giving their best music to other singers, and the result of this is that Greatest Hits plays a bit patchier than you might imagine, with the earliest hits and songs -- "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)," "Wild West Show," "Holy Water," the barroom brag "Kick My Ass" -- holding up better than the power ballads and goofiness of their second two albums. Although anybody who wants to really hear Big & Rich at their best should probably stick with their debut, Horse of a Different Color, those who want just the hits will find them all here. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Rollin' (The Ballad of Big & Rich) Big & Rich 4:52
  3. 2 Wild West Show Big & Rich 4:0
  4. 3 Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) Big & Rich 3:21
  5. 4 Holy Water Big & Rich 4:17
  6. 5 Big Time Big & Rich 3:57
  7. 6 Comin' to Your City Big & Rich 3:29
  8. 7 Never Mind Me Big & Rich 3:26
  9. 8 8th of November Big & Rich 3:26
  10. 9 Lost in This Moment Big & Rich 3:33
  11. 10 Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace Big & Rich 3:43
  12. 11 Loud Big & Rich 3:2
  13. 12 Jalapeño Big & Rich 2:58
  14. 13 The Man I Am Right Now [Previously Unreleased] Big & Rich 3:26
  15. 14 Everybody's Rockin' Big & Rich 3:19
  16. 15 Kick My Ass Big & Rich 5:0

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