For Montgomery Gentry, sentimentality and belligerence aren’t contradictory qualities. The opening title track of Some People Change tenderly celebrates tolerance, sobriety, and redemption…followed by the beer-swillin’, gun-celebratin’ ”Hey Country,” possibly the 10,000th pandering ”hicks rule” anthem country’s given us this year. There are nobler, less redneck-y moments, but by the time they get to ”What Do Ya Think About That,” a defense of the American right to piss off your neighbors, they’ve plum forgotten that whole ”change” deal.
Some People Change For Montgomery Gentry, sentimentality and belligerence aren't contradictory qualities. The opening title track of Some People Change...Some People ChangeCountry For Montgomery Gentry, sentimentality and belligerence aren't contradictory qualities. The opening title track of Some People Change...2006-10-20
Genre: Country; Producer (group): Sony Music
Posted October 20 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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