Some People Change (2006) 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… 2006-10-24 Montgomery Gentry Country
Music Review

Some People Change (2006)

EW's GRADE
C

Details Release Date: Oct 24, 2006; Lead Performance: Montgomery Gentry; Genre: Country

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.

Originally posted Oct 20, 2006 Published in issue #904 Oct 27, 2006 Order article reprints