MSR – Cole Swindell – All Of It
So today on the MSR (Midnight Star Review), I will be reviewing the country music superstar Cole Swindell’s new album “All of It”. The new cd was released on August 17th, 2018 and is titled “All of it”.
Now a little about the career of Cole Swindell who went from selling t-shirts at a Luke Bryan concert and to even writing songs for Luke as well like “Roller coaster”. And he has huge hits like “You should be here”, “Hope you get lonely tonight”, & “Ain’t worth the whiskey”. And also recorded a number one with “Flatliner”, a song he wrote for Dierks Bentley and they did together on the MSR (Midnight Star Report). That is my very own country music video countdown that is weekly combining GAC (Great American Country), & CMT (Country Music Television).
Now a little about this 12 track cd and some of the highlights from “All of it”. Of course the first single released to radio was “Break up in the end”. There are so many songs that are a standout on this album. So Cole’s headlining tour is titled “Reason to drink” which features Chris Janson, & Lauren Alaina. Other songs you should check out are “All of it”, “I’ll be your small town”, & “The ones who got me here”. My opinion for the standout track is “Dad’s old number”. Still remembering your loved ones former number and calling them but not having them answer cause they have died is a very emotional track. And Cole always pulls on our heart strings. Here is the track listing now.
1. Love you too late.
2. All of it.
3. Somebody’s been drinkin’.
4. Sounded good last night.
5. Break up in the end.
6. I’ll be your small town.
7. The ones who got me here.
8. 20 in a Chevy.
9. Reason to drink.
11. Both sides of the Mississippi.
12. Dad’s old number.
And that’s a wrap for the track list on Cole Swindell’s “All of it” album. And on the MSR (Midnight Star Review), I would give this album a 5 out of 5 stars. The reasons behind the rating is because Cole Swindell is so underrated for all that he does. And I felt like every song ended up being better than the last. And also he gave some shout outs to Jason Aldean, & Alabama on some of the songs. Thanks for taking the time to read this review. See ya all next time.