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Carolina

by Eric Church

Carolina by Eric Church

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Carolina

by Eric Church

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Label: Capitol Nashville
Eric Church's critically acclaimed 2006 debut hit a soft spot in the hearts of many. The most endearing parts of the album -- its clever turns of phrase and down-home stories -- have also made their way into his follow-up, Carolina. Kicking the album off with a burst of adrenaline is "Ain't Killed Me Yet," a breakup rocker filled with emphatic drums and loud, fuzzy guitars. Other highlights include the fist-pumping "Lotta Boot Left to Fill," (a commentary on the anemic state of country music), the driving "Young and Wild" and the slow heartbreaker "Where She Told Me to Go."

About This Album

Eric Church's critically acclaimed 2006 debut hit a soft spot in the hearts of many. The most endearing parts of the album -- its clever turns of phrase and down-home stories -- have also made their way into his follow-up, Carolina. Kicking the album off with a burst of adrenaline is "Ain't Killed Me Yet," a breakup rocker filled with emphatic drums and loud, fuzzy guitars. Other highlights include the fist-pumping "Lotta Boot Left to Fill," (a commentary on the anemic state of country music), the driving "Young and Wild" and the slow heartbreaker "Where She Told Me to Go."

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About This Album

Eric Church's critically acclaimed 2006 debut hit a soft spot in the hearts of many. The most endearing parts of the album -- its clever turns of phrase and down-home stories -- have also made their way into his follow-up, Carolina. Kicking the album off with a burst of adrenaline is "Ain't Killed Me Yet," a breakup rocker filled with emphatic drums and loud, fuzzy guitars. Other highlights include the fist-pumping "Lotta Boot Left to Fill," (a commentary on the anemic state of country music), the driving "Young and Wild" and the slow heartbreaker "Where She Told Me to Go."