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Genres: Country, Music, Honky Tonk, Contemporary Country
Released: Jul 23, 2012
℗ 2012 Sony Music Entertainment
Review
Three years after their 2009 debut World Wide Open, Love and Theft is now a duo of Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson, having lost Brian Bandas sometime in 2011. The departure of Bandas — who was placed prominently on the cover of World Wide Open, giving the impression that Liles and Gunderson are stepping out of the shadows and into the spotlight — doesn't markedly change the sound of the group, who still specialize in sweet, soft country-pop. Unlike Rascal Flatts — an early and not inaccurate comparison and not just because they used to share a label, Lyric Street — Love and Theft never aim for arena bombast, not even when they try to rock & roll a little on "Girls Love to Shake It." They keep things crisp and clean, even finding a way to work in a whistling hook on "Inside Out," one of the sprightlier tunes here, and that cheerful, well-scrubbed persona is endearing even if it's never quite compelling. Then again, Love and Theft never attempt to be gripping: they rely on easy charm, slowly working their way into a listener's good graces, and this eponymous album functions similarly, seeming pleasant enough on first encounter, but with repeated exposure, all the amiability is ingratiating.

Track List:
01 Angel Eyes
02 Inside Out
03 Runnin' Out of Air
04 Amen
05 If You Ever Get Lonely
06 Thinking of You (And Me)
07 Town Drunk
08 Real Good Sign
09 She's Amazing
10 Girls Love to Shake It
11 Girls Look Hot in Trucks
Digital Booklet - Love and Theft

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