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Eric Paslay

by Eric Paslay

Eric Paslay by Eric Paslay

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Eric Paslay

by Eric Paslay

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Label: EMI RECORDS NASHVILLE
Concise, consistent and featuring a song called "Country Side of Heaven," this is the solo debut you'd expect from the cowriter of hits like Jake Owen's "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" and the voice behind "Friday Night." It may contain a few less drinking songs than most contemporary Nashville product, though "She Don't Love You" documents the kind of internal monologue that often leads to drink. At times it's unclear what exactly Paslay is going for, but the soaring vocals and pseudo-poetics of tracks like "Less Than Whole" help clarify: This is country music for listeners who like to rock.

About This Album

Concise, consistent and featuring a song called "Country Side of Heaven," this is the solo debut you'd expect from the cowriter of hits like Jake Owen's "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" and the voice behind "Friday Night." It may contain a few less drinking songs than most contemporary Nashville product, though "She Don't Love You" documents the kind of internal monologue that often leads to drink. At times it's unclear what exactly Paslay is going for, but the soaring vocals and pseudo-poetics of tracks like "Less Than Whole" help clarify: This is country music for listeners who like to rock.

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About This Album

Concise, consistent and featuring a song called "Country Side of Heaven," this is the solo debut you'd expect from the cowriter of hits like Jake Owen's "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" and the voice behind "Friday Night." It may contain a few less drinking songs than most contemporary Nashville product, though "She Don't Love You" documents the kind of internal monologue that often leads to drink. At times it's unclear what exactly Paslay is going for, but the soaring vocals and pseudo-poetics of tracks like "Less Than Whole" help clarify: This is country music for listeners who like to rock.