- Record Label: Big Loud Records
- Release Date: Mar 3, 2023
- Summary: The third full-length release from country artist Morgan Wallen features 36 tracks and guest appearances from Eric Church, Ernest, and Hardy.
- Record Label: Big Loud Records
- Genre(s): Country, Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Contemporary Country, Country-Rock, Country-Pop
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Positive: 0 out of 5
Mixed: 5 out of 5
Negative: 0 out of 5
Mar 6, 2023A wildly uneven follow-up to 2021’s already overburdened Dangerous: The Double Album. Listening to the album in one sitting is akin to binging a seven-course meal: While there are some memorable bits, it all blurs into a comatose-inducing fog.
Mar 10, 2023All this radio-ready variety suggested that Wallen wanted to appeal to every audience everywhere, but in the wake of his scandal, this multi-purpose crowd-pleasing suggests an artist who wants to provide the perpetual jukebox within a walled garden.
Mar 6, 2023This megadose of Wallen doesn’t only ensure that One Thing at a Time will be lodged at the top of the charts for a while — alongside Dangerous, which is currently at Number Five on the Billboard 200 — it also reveals his preferred musical and lyrical tropes, as well as his fondness for simple, slippery vocal melodies that easily stick in listeners’ brains.
Mar 6, 2023Its 36 songs — yes, 36 — show abundant craftsmanship and barely a hint of new ambition or risk. ... But over the lengthy course of the album, the songs tend to cycle through just a handful of approaches. Eventually, the nasal grain of Wallen’s singing starts to feel like Auto-Tune or another studio effect.
Mar 6, 2023Thirty-six songs is too many. ... He seems to have lost a great deal of energy as a singer and performer, leading to a ton of uninspired retreads and some truly generic filler.
Positive: 2 out of 6
Mixed: 0 out of 6
Negative: 4 out of 6
Mar 9, 2023álbum impecável, todas as músicas maravilhosas. eu amo DEMAIS. Morgan Wallen você é incrível
Mar 16, 2023Second best country album this year so far behind Margo price "stray." "I had it" and "days that end in why are my favorite tracks on theSecond best country album this year so far behind Margo price "stray." "I had it" and "days that end in why are my favorite tracks on the album.
Dying man is also a plus level song, so is “Don’t think Jesus,” I think both song will be long lasting along with the two others I mention. “I deserve a drink” and “Devil don’t know” and a few others still have a chance to rise in my book. Because some song do hit you right, it takes a few listens. A perfect example of this is “West savannah” from civila demo. When i first had that song I removed it from the album playlist right away(spotify), but later on in my life its like my second favorite song on the album(which is my pick for best album of all time).
I cannot believe the bad reviews this album is getting(not that it's not ginuwine; not everybody like the same thing I guest) . With that being said I only keep 10-12 of the songs on the album and got rid of the rest. Not that they were all bad songs, just not for me (most of them), so if 2/3s of the album I didn't like, it might conclude that I should give the album a 4/10 or something worse but don’t think Jesus done it that way. The reason I say this is a 8/10 is because all those songs that I didn't keep compliments the songs I do like, they provide context and insight into the artist that makes the songs you do love best. An example of this is “The art of peer pressure” which is a good song that i don't listen to regularly but without that song i don’t think “money trees” (which might be one of the greatest song of all time) would hit as hard as it does. So, although I didn’t keep most of the songs on the album, listening to me wasn’t terrible at all.
Beside if you listen to four song a million times each that better than an album full of “ok” songs that you’ll never listen to again. The replay value is even better than “stray,” although stray has a more jarring appeal so to me its slightly better. 2023 top 3 so far: Stray, One thing at a time, bluebird days,… Expand
Mar 14, 2023Wallet has made a repetitive and dull new album with many songs covering your typical ground in country. It’s quite impossible to make it allWallet has made a repetitive and dull new album with many songs covering your typical ground in country. It’s quite impossible to make it all the way through in one sitting as every song just sounds so dang similar. Honestly one of the worst projects I’ve listened to.… Expand
Mar 8, 2023His second double album (his third album in general), Wallen seems to have lost his edge and standout star quality throughout this 36-trackHis second double album (his third album in general), Wallen seems to have lost his edge and standout star quality throughout this 36-track album. Almost none of these songs standout as revolutionary country music that'll break chart records, and it just feels excessively and desperately too long. At this point, it just feels like another attempt at becoming another blockbuster hit.… Expand
Mar 21, 2023Nem tudo o que reluz é ouro, achei que o álbum seria incrível por estar hitando, mas só perdi 111 minutos da minha vida, 36 musicas e nenhumaNem tudo o que reluz é ouro, achei que o álbum seria incrível por estar hitando, mas só perdi 111 minutos da minha vida, 36 musicas e nenhuma consegue ser boa..… Expand
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