McBride and the Ride were only partly successful in lassoing a viable country-rock style on their debut, something they’ve rectified with their second, Sacred Ground. Unfortunately, their sound — crisp but gentle rockers with stacked harmony vocals — is now far stronger than their material, distinguished mainly by the title tune, a loving husband’s request to his wife’s boyfriend to leave his family intact. C+
Sacred GroundMcBride and the Ride were only partly successful in lassoing a viable country-rock style on their debut, something they've rectified with their second, ...Sacred GroundCountryMcBride and the Ride were only partly successful in lassoing a viable country-rock style on their debut, something they've rectified with their second, ...1992-06-26McBride and the Ride
Genre: Country; Performers: McBride and the Ride
Posted January 17 2015 — 1:02 PM EST
- Casting Net: Ashton Kutcher, Josh Hartnett cast in James Franco's 'The Long Home'
- Tom Brokaw vs. cancer: 'Dateline' special
- 'New Girl' react: A modest proposal
- 'New Girl' boss on that season finale shocker--and what's next
- 'Law & Order: SVU' welcomes back familiar faces; get the scoop, watch a sneak peek
- 'Arrow'/'Flash' producer + 'Infinite Horizon'
- 'The D Train' co-directors share secrets on THAT Jack Black, James Marsden scene
- 'Pitch Perfect 2' costume designer's fashion notes
- Mourning after: Best TV episodes after a key character died
- NSYNC hair, revisited on 'It's Gonna Be May' meme day
- 'Outlander' sweats details so Lallybroch feels like home
- 'Grey's Anatomy': How 10 characters/actors exited the show
- Rob & Kate, Anna Kendrick, Vanessa & Selena and More!