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5.1

Mixed or average reviews- based on 19 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 8 out of 19
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  1. Jul 2, 2015
    5
    There is no denying Luke Bryan is one of the biggest names in the country industry of our times. But the problem with Bryan is that he rarely ever goes out of his comfort zone, and has been making his last 3 records with the same old formula, that now sounds tired. Throw in some beer, headlights, a hot girl, and you got a Luke Bryan song! There are some incredible songs on there, likeThere is no denying Luke Bryan is one of the biggest names in the country industry of our times. But the problem with Bryan is that he rarely ever goes out of his comfort zone, and has been making his last 3 records with the same old formula, that now sounds tired. Throw in some beer, headlights, a hot girl, and you got a Luke Bryan song! There are some incredible songs on there, like "That's My Kind of Night" and "Crash My Party", but the rest just sounds like the worn-out mainstream country-pop it is. Hoping Luke will be back with a change of pace and sound. Expand
  2. Aug 16, 2013
    5
    That's a nice mix of and fun country and pop/rock. Those ballads (Roller Coaster, Crash My Party) are great, but sounds so much similar to any other song on that album
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56

Mixed or average reviews - based on 6 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Sep 18, 2013
    60
    A few times on the competent but wearisome Crash My Party he sounds dutifully twangy, but those moments are exceptions.
  2. 60
    Ultimately, Crash My Party is melodiously rewarding despite its sporadic lyrical missteps.
  3. Aug 15, 2013
    50
    A few tunes here transcend their formulaic trappings, including the heartfelt “Dirt Road Diary” and the gauzy summer-at-the-beach memories of “Roller Coaster.” But the majority of the record is given over to Party games we’ve heard Bryan--and many others in contemporary country--play before.