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Tailgate by Trailer Choir

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Tailgate

Trailer Choir

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Label: Show Dog Universal Music
Trailer Choir have a knack for marrying pop/rock and country with a healthy dose of country humor. They come out on the other side with some impressive ditties that end up sounding like a country version of Blink-182; "Rockin' the Beer Gut" and "Off the Hillbilly Hook" both did fairly well on the charts. "Can't Drink All Day" is an uptempo, facts-of-life song that explains the basic idea that "you can't drink at all if you don't start earning"; it and the anthemic "In My Next 5 Beers" are the album's strongest cuts. It's the band's current single, however, that is the highlight of the album. "Rollin' Through the Sunshine" puts the humor aside for three minutes and focuses on delicious harmonies and solid pop hooks, highlighting Trailer Choir's true potential.

About This Album

Trailer Choir have a knack for marrying pop/rock and country with a healthy dose of country humor. They come out on the other side with some impressive ditties that end up sounding like a country version of Blink-182; "Rockin' the Beer Gut" and "Off the Hillbilly Hook" both did fairly well on the charts. "Can't Drink All Day" is an uptempo, facts-of-life song that explains the basic idea that "you can't drink at all if you don't start earning"; it and the anthemic "In My Next 5 Beers" are the album's strongest cuts. It's the band's current single, however, that is the highlight of the album. "Rollin' Through the Sunshine" puts the humor aside for three minutes and focuses on delicious harmonies and solid pop hooks, highlighting Trailer Choir's true potential.

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About This Album

Trailer Choir have a knack for marrying pop/rock and country with a healthy dose of country humor. They come out on the other side with some impressive ditties that end up sounding like a country version of Blink-182; "Rockin' the Beer Gut" and "Off the Hillbilly Hook" both did fairly well on the charts. "Can't Drink All Day" is an uptempo, facts-of-life song that explains the basic idea that "you can't drink at all if you don't start earning"; it and the anthemic "In My Next 5 Beers" are the album's strongest cuts. It's the band's current single, however, that is the highlight of the album. "Rollin' Through the Sunshine" puts the humor aside for three minutes and focuses on delicious harmonies and solid pop hooks, highlighting Trailer Choir's true potential.