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6-Pack - EP Tracklist:
I am in love with this album. These songs take me back to their first album and the party boys we were first introduced to but we are given a little bit of their family side that we have come to know through their newest albums. Beer:30 and Ain’t Worried Bout It are definitely party songs while U.S. Stronger and I Love My Country are songs about loving a country and coming together to get through a tough time. If you love FGL then you will love this album. It is all the vives from all of their albums rolled into 6 songs
I promise I’m a BIG FGL FAN... I love their music, but “I Love My Country” very well may be one of the worst songs I’ve ever heard. Truly terrible. FGL needs to record more songs like “Second Guessing”, because that’s a jam!
Nothing like hearing rich white men tell me there’s nothing for America to apologize for. Congratulations on making your country lyrics as stupid as rap.
I'm a die-heart FGL fan, but ever since Dig Your Roots, I felt like they slipped a little. Can't Say I Ain't Country was good, but it didn't have those good This is How We Roll vibes. I though the next album would be better, but then we get 6-Pack and Beer:30. Beer:30: awful! I Love My Country: Terrible! Countryside: make's me want to puke! FGL sings about trucks and girls. Also, there really isn't a chorus like how they used to do it. Overall, FGL, and I think we can all agree on this, 6-Pack is not a good album. You made it too short, you don't sound like you used to, and you have to go back to pop and girls plz! We need the prime FGL back! Update- okay, it's not as bad as I said it was. It's not as good as Anything Goes and Here's To the Good Times, but it's not as bad as I said it was.
That was FGL's time. We had jacked up diesels. Girls were "country" because they were hot and wore tiny shorts and cowboy boots. Now they are fat and since married and divorced. The trucks are gone and those woman are too. FGL were the Hinder, Nickleback, and Buck Cherry of 2012. The ride is over guys.
I love the music FGL puts out, I was a huge fan of their last album Can’t say I ain’t country even though it strayed away from their classic party vibe. But so far this EP is looking like a let down, admittedly the only decent piece on this project thus far is I love my country. If that’s the peak of the album it’s pretty disappointing. Countryside is alright but it goes downhill from there, and Beer:30 is absolutely the worst song on the track list as of now. Not what I expected from FGL, pretty disappointed.
This band made me like country but what the hell happened. The old releases every song I could connect to I would play it for months to work and back now I want to just go back to metal music
I’ve always thought they were hit and miss at best but this e.p. Is absolute garbage. I’m glad there are people in this world who enjoy tasteless bull like these songs. Beer 30 is so stupid. Whoever they talked in to producing this garbage must have asked for good chunk of change cause 💩👎 - This is worse than the new Luke Bryan stuff and I didn’t think that was possible!
Like so much of today’s pop country, just very watered down and tasteless. Are there any pop country songs nowadays that don’t contain lyrics about drinking cold ones and riding pickup trucks??
You guys will always be my fav country artists ever. But this new sound you guys are trying to do it’s not working. You’ve got a couple good ones but if you’re gonna come out with a full album sometime soon (everyone will agree with me here) I need y’all to bring back the “Here’s to the good times” and the “anything goes” album sound. God Bless
I was excited at first and then listened. WTH! "Drink a beer out the can, liquor out the bottle. How the good Lord intended it, yes he did." Terrible "I Love My Country" lyrics. I'll pass....
I liked the first two or three albums from FGL. Dirt is one of my favorite country songs. Their work has gone steadily downhill over the past few years, and this drivel is just the latest proof.
If a country band uses programmed drums, find another band. Stop selling out to the Nashville machine and go back to playing music. I'm sure the young kids will love it but its not worth the money.