|1||Last of My Kind||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||4:22||USD 1.29|
|2||Cumberland Gap||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||3:24||USD 1.29|
|3||Tupelo||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||4:01||USD 1.29|
|4||White Man's World||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||3:56||USD 1.29|
|5||If We Were Vampires||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||3:35||USD 0.69|
|6||Anxiety||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||6:57||USD 1.29|
|7||Molotov||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||3:46||USD 1.29|
|8||Chaos and Clothes||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||3:34||USD 1.29|
|9||Hope the High Road||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||3:03||USD 1.29|
|10||Something to Love||Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit||3:39||USD 1.29|
Great song writing. Great musicianship.
Is it any wonder? To all those giving this a one star, I see a trend in your comments. You don't want to hear some sort of (political) message. It's called growth. Those who reject it are the ones who need it most. All I really wanted to say about this album is Hell Yes!!!
This Anxiety song is so well written, it really speaks to me. AMAZING songwriting. He is the John Prine of our generation. Love this album!!!!!
Although i am a white man and a republican voter the song is very touching and quite frankly if you cant accept the song and listen to it you have a promblem accepting someone elses believes is very important to do so and not accepting others beliefs is your problem!
Southeastern was a rocket ship ride in the stratosphere! SMTF established that cruising altitude. The Nashville Sound continues to cruise along at that same level of greatness far above the regular world. It seems almost effortless at this point. These songs just get better with each listen. Easily over 10 times through the complete record and still making little discoveries that reaffirm how much I enjoy these artists!
Isbell and the Unit kill it yet AGAIN with this album! The songwriting is, again, once again, incomparable. Brilliant! I can't wait to hear these gems live when I see them this fall in Mobile and Nashville!
no one is more deserving or hardworking than jason & his band. the narratives found on this album may not side with everyone's views, but the talent & uniqueness is undeniable. hard to find songwriters at this level today, bravo isbell!
Looks like he's really not that far removed from the Truckers. Jason, you're way too much of an intellect to stoop to superficial political pandering. I have thoroughly appreciated your subtle political motivation in the past, but this is just too much. I didn't see you as the selfish type that calls attention to himself and his own politics, but apparently, I was wrong.
I'm a huge Isbell fan; I won't hide that. But this album transcends fanbases and fandom. Isbell crafts an album that will make you "rock out" and that will make you cry just as hard. Tracks like Cumberland Gap and Anxiety lend to his roots in DBT but speak to his evolution as an artist. If We Were Vampires flips traditional love dog on it's head with a dose of reality. An exceptional album from an exceptional artist.
This guy is so good at what he does.
The best country music has always been at the heart of the people and times in which it was written. If your behind the lyrics of a true southern songwriter, might be time for some reflection.
I haven't even listened to the track yet but I already love it because of the negative comments. Alternative country artists lean to the left politically - if you don't like it go listen to Toby Keith and Hank Williams, Jr.!
I've been a big fan of Jason's since he joined the Drive by Truckers. Saw him once with the DBT, twice solo. People act like his politics have changed. Are you not listening to his songs? Do you ever listen to him or read his posts? I saw him in a tiny bar in MS when his first album came out. A guy draped a confederate flag over a cymbal during a break and Jason quickly threw it off, and said "Where the hell am I, south Alabama?" He is one of the best songwriters and musicians out there. Listen to the music, enjoy it, and if his politics bother you, don't listen. I'd rather him be real. He always has been.
Looking forward to the release!
great first song. Isbell is the best writer out there right now.
Don't pay attention to the one stars. These are the people that see nothing wrong with flying the Confederate flag. Feel sorry for them and don't let them keep you away from music with a meaning.
Love this guy. Can't wait for the rest.
This is what I've always enjoyed about him, it's in a different place every time. Last time I checked it's his music not yours. If you don't like it, more enjoyment for the rest of us! Already preordered through his website. Support good artists. Enjoy everybody.
Jason, you killed it, yet again. I have no doubt that the entire album will be incredible. Don't pay the idiotic rednecks any attention. See you in Charleston!
This is a very good song and nice to hear Jason getting back to some high energy music. Despite what one idiot reviewed, this is not about race. This is about discord with things that are happening in our country despite your political view. To call a guy from Muscle Shoal, Alabama a racist, especially when he is influenced and plays with the great black artists down there shows what a moron the person who said that is.