Suffer in Peace album review
I have been eagerly awaiting Suffer in Peace ever since I heard his latest single A Guy Walks Into a Bar which has given Tyler his second Top 10 US Country chart hit.
You only need to look at who has written the songs or co-written with Tyler, to get the feeling this is going to be a true country album.
The album starts with the high energy C.O.U.N.T.R.Y. which is a great opener, and I can imagine will be a favourite at live shows, with everyone singing and shouting along.
Then comes some of my personal favourites of the album, the radio hit A Guy Walks into a Bar, followed by Withdrawals which really showcases his vocals (I have to admit have having this song on repeat) the duet with Jason Aldean Damn Good Friends surprised me, thought I would be hearing people banging the bro-country drum about this song, but I think it a nice mid-tempo song.
The album continues with a great selection of tracks that showcase his vocals and true country style. A few other highlights are Suffer In Peace, Criminal and Poor Boy
Second albums are always hard and no doubt there will critics, but I have really enjoyed this album and think you can hear the progression in Tyler’s music. To me its an album that you need to get to know… a grower.. the more I listen the more I love it
- A Guy Walks Into a Bar
- Damn Good Friends (Duet with Jason Aldean)
- Suffer in Peace
- Raised to Pray
- Better in Boots
- Poor Boy
- I Don’t Even Want This Beer
- Why We Live Here