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Enjoy Yourself

by Billy Currington

Enjoy Yourself by Billy Currington

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Enjoy Yourself

by Billy Currington

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Label: Wrasse Records
Enjoy Yourself is a fitting title for Billy Currington's latest offering, as most of the songs reflect the kind of lazy-days/kick-back attitude that Kenny Chesney has mined so successfully. Employing a full-blown horn section, Currington hits his stride on "Love Done Gone," which is the most chipper-sounding shoulder shrug at the end of a relationship you will ever hear. Another favorite is "Until You," an uber-romantic song that allows Currington to get his rock star on; the gritty, rock-ish vocal suits the singer surprisingly well. "Like My Dog" is such a perfectly written, humorous country song, it makes you wonder why Brad Paisley hasn't come up with the concept before now

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Enjoy Yourself is a fitting title for Billy Currington's latest offering, as most of the songs reflect the kind of lazy-days/kick-back attitude that Kenny Chesney has mined so successfully. Employing a full-blown horn section, Currington hits his stride on "Love Done Gone," which is the most chipper-sounding shoulder shrug at the end of a relationship you will ever hear. Another favorite is "Until You," an uber-romantic song that allows Currington to get his rock star on; the gritty, rock-ish vocal suits the singer surprisingly well. "Like My Dog" is such a perfectly written, humorous country song, it makes you wonder why Brad Paisley hasn't come up with the concept before now

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About This Album

Enjoy Yourself is a fitting title for Billy Currington's latest offering, as most of the songs reflect the kind of lazy-days/kick-back attitude that Kenny Chesney has mined so successfully. Employing a full-blown horn section, Currington hits his stride on "Love Done Gone," which is the most chipper-sounding shoulder shrug at the end of a relationship you will ever hear. Another favorite is "Until You," an uber-romantic song that allows Currington to get his rock star on; the gritty, rock-ish vocal suits the singer surprisingly well. "Like My Dog" is such a perfectly written, humorous country song, it makes you wonder why Brad Paisley hasn't come up with the concept before now