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Wild Ones by Kip Moore

Album

Wild Ones

Kip Moore

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Album

Wild Ones

Kip Moore

Play on Napster
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Label: MCA Nashville
On Wild Ones, Kip Moore takes cues from Springsteen and Mellencamp. The heartland rock suits his raspy delivery, elevating his songs to arena-anthem status. On the biographical "I'm to Blame," he growls, "If it ain't broke, you can bet that I'm gonna break it/ If there's a wrong road, I'm damn sure gonna take it." The self-reflection continues with the slinky mid-tempo burner "That's Alright With Me," which acknowledges Moore's fondness for "whisky and tight denim" with a middle-finger to the haters. Other highlights include "Magic," "Come and Get It" and the upbeat "What Ya Got on Tonight."

About This Album

On Wild Ones, Kip Moore takes cues from Springsteen and Mellencamp. The heartland rock suits his raspy delivery, elevating his songs to arena-anthem status. On the biographical "I'm to Blame," he growls, "If it ain't broke, you can bet that I'm gonna break it/ If there's a wrong road, I'm damn sure gonna take it." The self-reflection continues with the slinky mid-tempo burner "That's Alright With Me," which acknowledges Moore's fondness for "whisky and tight denim" with a middle-finger to the haters. Other highlights include "Magic," "Come and Get It" and the upbeat "What Ya Got on Tonight."

Songs

About This Album

On Wild Ones, Kip Moore takes cues from Springsteen and Mellencamp. The heartland rock suits his raspy delivery, elevating his songs to arena-anthem status. On the biographical "I'm to Blame," he growls, "If it ain't broke, you can bet that I'm gonna break it/ If there's a wrong road, I'm damn sure gonna take it." The self-reflection continues with the slinky mid-tempo burner "That's Alright With Me," which acknowledges Moore's fondness for "whisky and tight denim" with a middle-finger to the haters. Other highlights include "Magic," "Come and Get It" and the upbeat "What Ya Got on Tonight."