‘Kill the Lights’ review: Luke Bryan tinkers with ‘bro-country,’ but it isn’t so great

‘Kill the Lights’ review: Luke Bryan tinkers with ‘bro

Aug 05, 2015 · THE «BRO-country» trend can only take you so far. That seems to be the thinking behind Luke Bryan’s new album, «Kill the Lights.» It follows up …

Kill the Lights (Luke Bryan album) – Wikipedia

Kill the Lights is the fifth studio album by American country music artist Luke Bryan. It was released on August 7, 2015, by Capitol Nashville. The album’s lead single, «Kick the Dust Up», was released to country radio on May 19, 2015. «Strip It Down» was released as …

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Review: Luke Bryan, ‘Kill the Lights’ | SPIN

Aug 14, 2015 · You can leave your headlamps on for only so long. Eventually, the battery’s gonna die. Judging by the title of Luke Bryan’s fifth record, Kill the Lights (and maybe by his Yankee Candle

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Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Kill The Lights

Multi Platinum Bro-Country veteran Luke Bryan makes his return to the country scene with his fifth major record release ‘Kill The Lights’. Recently, Bryan’s music has been deeply criticized across the board for being repetitive of other bro-country efforts, and offering nothing new to the genre.

Album Review – Luke Bryan’s «Kill The Lights» | Saving

When regarding Luke Bryan’s singles, he goes head to head, toe to toe with any and all of the worst country music offenders of all time, and the singles of Kill The Lights easily carry Luke Bryan’s lofty benchmark set with songs like “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” and “That’s My Kind of Night” for embarrassing the genre, and ultimately may constitute a new historic low.

Luke Bryan “Kill the Lights” tour with Little Big Town and

Luke Bryan’s “Kill the Lights” tour, his third performance in Bangor, Maine, caught Maine Music News on the tail end of a big weekend that included Daryl Hall & John Oates, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Hope Estey’s 50th birthday bash so we were dragging a bit when we showed up at Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion Sunday evening.

Kill the Lights by Luke Bryan Reviews and Tracks – Metacritic

Luke has managed to make some different sound work really well. Yes, it is not traditional country, but he is trying new things and has accomplished it very well. Songs like «Razor Blade» and «Kill The Lights» make use of this new sound very well creating awesome tunes.

Song Review: Luke Bryan, “Light It Up” – Kyle’s Korner

Aug 24, 2017 · Despite what Saving Country Music might tell you, this song isn’t one of them. Artists often use the final single off of an album as a sonic bridge to their next one, so I was genuinely excited when Luke Bryan ended the Kill The Lights era with the …

Luke Bryan: What Makes You Country review – the Guardian

Luke Bryan: What Makes You Country review – pop in a pickup truck 2015’s Kill the Lights, but his sound’s closest relation isn’t even rock so much as mainstream pop.

Kill the Lights (Luke Bryan album) – WikiVisually

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Luke Bryan: Kill The Lights – Music on Google Play

Kill the Lights is the fifth studio album by American country music artist Luke Bryan. It was released on August 7, 2015, by Capitol Nashville. The album’s lead single, «Kick the Dust Up», was released to country radio on May 19, 2015.

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Album Review: Luke Bryan–Kill the Lights | Country Exclusive

If you’ve heard it, you know it’s terrible bro country garbage, and if you like it, you aren’t going to be persuaded by my bashing of it, so let’s move on. Next is “Kill the Lights,” which is another boring bro country anthem, infused with more pop elements so that it …

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Mar 01, 2018 · Luke Bryan says his National Anthem performance at the Super Bowl will ‘follow the vibe of the room’ ‘Kill the Lights’ review: Luke Bryan tinkers with ‘bro-country,’ but it isn’t

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Kill the Lights– Bryan’s fifth album, delivered just five months after that farewell to Spring Break debauchery — is unabashedly the work of a man who is beginning to feel the weight of encroaching middle age, but Bryan isn’t running away from the good times he celebrated as a younger man.

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