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  • Summary: The seventh full-length studio release for the country singer-songwriter was produced by Jeff and Jody Stevens.
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
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  1. Aug 7, 2020
    74
    Resistance to change is part of its allure, a charm that, like Bryan’s music, won’t work on everyone. But for all the Born Here Live Here Die Heres, there are worse places to spend a life.
  2. Aug 7, 2020
    60
    The lack of musical and emotional evolution doesn't necessarily hamper Born Here Live Here Die Here -- it was designed as slick entertainment and that's exactly what it is -- but it does suggest Bryan may be playing with some borrowed time.
  3. Rolling Stone
    Aug 7, 2020
    50
    Examines small-town origins, fatherhood, and matter of the heart with extra earnestness but few surprises. [Aug 2020, p.73]
  4. 42
    He's content to remain firmly within the bounds of where he's always been. The album title may as well be referring to Bryan's artistic development.
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. Aug 8, 2020
    9
    Pretty cohesive, and a great album. I especially like one margarita, feels refreshing.
  2. Aug 12, 2020
    0
    The only thing on earth worse than living next to a landfill in the summer is this album. When I first heard Knocking Boots I was certain itThe only thing on earth worse than living next to a landfill in the summer is this album. When I first heard Knocking Boots I was certain it would end up being the worst song ever released, but then Luke Bryan released One Margarita. The whole album from start to finish is absolute trash Expand