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Hillbilly Jedi

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Download links and information about Hillbilly Jedi by Big & Rich. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 47:26 minutes.

Artist: Big & Rich
Release date: 2012
Genre: Country
Tracks: 12
Duration: 47:26
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Born Again (feat. Bon Jovi) 3:54
2. Party Like Cowboyz (Galactic Version) 3:34
3. That's Why I Pray 4:01
4. Lay It All On Me 4:21
5. Last Words 2:58
6. Rock the Boat (feat. Cowboy Troy) 4:04
7. Can't Be Satisfied 4:07
8. Get Your Game On (Unleash the Beast Version) [feat. Cowboy Troy] 3:31
9. 'Cause I Play Guitar 3:33
10. Cheat On You 3:14
11. Never Far Away 4:21
12. M-e-d-l-e-y of the Hillbilly Jedi 5:48

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Back together after a five-year hiatus, Big Kenny and John Rich reclaim their MuzikMafia mojo on Hillbilly Jedi. Time hasn’t reduced the duo’s flair for provocation—but there’s also plenty of well-crafted balladry here to broaden their appeal. From the start, Big & Rich have melded rock and hip-hop influences with Nashville-style country to forge a sound that’s loud, proud, and hard-stomping. This time out, they enlist Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora to inject extra guitar crunch into “Born Again” and aim for the arena rafters with the anthemic “’Cause I Play Guitar.” Old friend Cowboy Troy applies his rap prowess to the fiddle-driven “Rock the Boat” and the swaggering party tune “Get Your Game On.” The oddest entry here is “M-e-d-l-e-y of the Hillbilly Jedi,” an extended jaunt into faux-lounge jazz and country swing that catches the duo at their quirkiest. At the other extreme are the reverent “That’s Why I Pray,” the yearning, R&B-slanted “Lay It All on Me," and the Roy Orbison–esque “Cheat on You.” It adds up to a diverse, genre-busting release by a pair of mavericks still unwilling to play by the rules.