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Kick The Dust Up (03:13) Bryan, Luke


Kill The Lights (03:00) Bryan, Luke


Strip It Down (04:02) Bryan, Luke


Home Alone Tonight (03:11) Bryan, Luke


Razor Blade (03:42) Bryan, Luke


Fast (03:26) Bryan, Luke


Move (03:47) Bryan, Luke


Just Over (03:14) Bryan, Luke


Love It Gone (03:38) Bryan, Luke


Way Way Back (03:20) Bryan, Luke


To The Moon And Back (03:58) Bryan, Luke


Huntin', Fishin' And Lovin' Every Day (04:39) Bryan, Luke


Scarecrows (03:38) Bryan, Luke


When Luke Bryan subtitled his final collection of Spring Break EPs "Checkin' Out," he made no bones about his maturation: now that he's a man, he's giving up his childish ways. Kill the Lights -- Bryan's fifth album, delivered just five months after that farewell to Spring Break debauchery -- is unabashedly the work of a man who is beginning to feel the weight of encroaching middle age, but Bryan isn't running away from the good times he celebrated as a younger man. Sure, there are suggestions that he's feeling the weight of his years -- he notices how "60 seconds now feel more like 30," then compares his beating heart to the skips on a CD -- but Bryan isn't living for yesterday, he's duetting with Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild about texting pictures to their exes to stoke jealousy while singing the title song to a neo-new wave disco beat that could also pass as EDM. In other words, Bryan is happy to be a modern man and Kill the Lights excels by being modern, as comfortable in the contours that lie between contemporary country and crossover as it is in the workingmans' sports bars that dot these United States. Bryan never abandons his blue-collar roots but he also suggests he sees a world outside of red states (after all, he obliquely references Coldplay on the arena ballad "Just Over") and that is the key to the record's success: Bryan is everything to everybody, a genial host who hopes everybody is having a grand time. He's crowd pleasing without pandering, delivering slow-burning ballads and tempered party tunes that never descend to bacchanalia. Bryan is a guy that wants everybody to have fun, then come back tomorrow for another round and that's why Kill the Lights works so well. He's a genial, generous host, going out of his way to ensure everybody has a good time, and Kill the Lights winds up feeling happy and generous, an inclusive record that plays to teenage desires as effectively as memories of an adolescence left behind. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


Artist Luke Bryan

Label Nashville

Label Capitol

Product Details


GTIN 0602547235053

Release Date 28.08.2015

Amount of Discs 1

Product type CD

Track Count 13

Dimension 5.00 x 5.55 x 0.43  inches

Kill the Lights



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