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  • Summary: The second full-length release for the country singer-songwriter features 30 songs and guest appearances from Ben Burgess and Chris Stapleton.
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  • Record Label: Big Loud Records
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Contemporary Country, Country-Rock, Country-Pop
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  1. Jan 14, 2021
    80
    He never pushes too hard, yet he has a light touch, so he sounds as comfortable sliding into a wall of digital sound as he does singing with just an acoustic guitar or two. This gift justifies the considerable length of Dangerous: The Double Album as all the sheer variety proves Wallen can indeed convincingly sing just about any modern country style.
  2. Jan 14, 2021
    70
    Amid the dozens of songs on “Dangerous,” there’s ample room for variety. Wallen offers fingerpicking and soft-rock country with “Somebody’s Problem” and “7 Summers,” intricately layered Eagles-style country-rock with “More Surprised Than Me” and “Your Bartender,” a Southern-rock stomp with “Beer Don’t.” ... A stretch of songs during the album’s second half, with titles like “Rednecks, Red Letters, Red Dirt,” “Somethin’ Country” and “Whatcha Think of Country Now,” grow heavy-handed. But every so often, he allows for other possibilities.
  3. Jan 14, 2021
    69
    Though Wallen’s idea was to split the album according to theme, things aren’t quite as delineated as that. Even at his most boisterous, Wallen is given to introspection, and he can make the straightest love song gnarly.
  4. Jan 14, 2021
    60
    Dangerous is most affecting when Wallen’s husky, emotive voice does the heavy lifting. ... The flaws of Dangerous, apart from being 17 songs too long, is that Wallen does not always seem up to the heavy task of pumping fresh life into well-worn topics.
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  1. Jan 14, 2021
    10
    Awesome album. I haven’t listened much country for few years but this album is dragging me back to country music. I ordered the vinyl rightAwesome album. I haven’t listened much country for few years but this album is dragging me back to country music. I ordered the vinyl right away after the first song finished. Waiting for an acoustic album on vinyl. Expand
  2. Jan 18, 2021
    10
    This is like the breakup album that I didn't know I needed. I have to say, I wasn't a huge fan of him till now, what a phenomenal album, alsoThis is like the breakup album that I didn't know I needed. I have to say, I wasn't a huge fan of him till now, what a phenomenal album, also I begin following him on social media and he's a decent person which I believe is reflect it on his music. Lyrically speaking, it's an A+. Expand
  3. Jan 16, 2021
    9
    i have to say i was caught off guard. I enjoyed this album thoroughly. I did not expect this as the album is quite lengthy (30 songs- MOREi have to say i was caught off guard. I enjoyed this album thoroughly. I did not expect this as the album is quite lengthy (30 songs- MORE THAN 90 MINUTES) but somehow Morgan pulls it off. He has an incredible voice and his vocal performance is impressive throughout. The songs are mostly short, sweet and well written, even when the production sometimes feels generic or underwhelming he still makes some bangers. The themes of love, heartbreak and alcohol are prevalent throughout the album and he also mentions his hometown a few times. Its a great album, i personally love Wasted on You, Somebody's Problem,865, Neon Eyes, More than Hometown, Somethin' Country and the remake of Heartless is off the freaking charts. Loved it Expand
  4. Feb 6, 2021
    8
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I love the vocals and the production. There's a minimal sounding pop on some tracks which makes it good. I also love the songwriting especially with 865, Your Bartender, Only Thing That's Gone, and Quittin' Time. There were just some dead air tracks like Beer Don't. So far, this is the best country album of 2021. Expand
  5. Jan 22, 2021
    6
    "A standard heartbreaking country album"

    It's a nice album, but a standard one. Nothing new unless of a few exceptions.