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  • Summary: The second full-length release for the Texas country trio was produced by Josh Osborne, Shane McAnally, and Dann Huff.
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  1. Aug 26, 2019
    81
    Just about everything about “Let It Roll” is better than that first album, which wasn’t bad, but which maybe was as interesting for what it represented as the songs. ... And there are some great ones on “Let It Roll,” whether they’re ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s pastiches or not.
  2. Sep 19, 2019
    78
    Despite easy-listening atrocity "Lost in the Night," Let It Roll sparkles with more gems than the locals' custom suits.
  3. Aug 26, 2019
    70
    It's a record that gets by on feel, not songs, which may mean that it doesn't provide many distinguishing hooks, but it does sound awfully good as it plays.
  4. Aug 26, 2019
    70
    Wystrach occasionally garbles his lines to the point of unintelligibility — try to decipher all of “I Love You, Goodbye” without a lyric sheet — but he’s a magnetic presence and gives some of his strongest vocal performances, growling with gusto on “Every Song’s a Drinkin’ Song” and crooning delicately on “Put the Hurt on Me.”
  5. Classic Rock Magazine
    Aug 26, 2019
    50
    This slick trio from Dripping Springs, Texas add cloying twang to yacht-rock tropes to asset-stripping effect. [Sep 2019, p.87]