Download links and information about The Outsiders by Eric Church. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 50:40 minutes.
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|2.||A Man Who Was Gonna Die Young||3:13|
|4.||Roller Coaster Ride||4:36|
|7.||Like a Wrecking Ball||3:18|
|8.||That’s Damn Rock & Roll||4:26|
|10.||Devil, Devil (Prelude: Princess of Darkness)||8:02|
|11.||Give Me Back My Hometown||4:12|
Eric Church's 2011 album, Chief, vaulted him to country superstar status by mixing rough-and-ready outlaw country-rock with more muted and emotional moments. For the follow-up, Church doubles down on both sides of that platinum-plus duality: the rockers here rage even harder, and the lower-key cuts are even more subtly rendered. The sneaky one-two punch of the first two tracks exemplifies this approach. The title tune is a raging outlaw anthem full of stadium-sized hard-rock riffs, but it's followed by the sparsely produced, intensely inward-looking ballad "A Man Who Was Gonna Die Young." Church manages to maintain the dynamic tension between these two poles throughout the album; "A Cold One" and "That's Damn Rock & Roll" explode with bluesy, roughneck rock licks, while "Talladega" and "Like a Wrecking Ball" stick to an impressively soulful simmer. The most strikingly ambitious track falls outside of this template, though; the eight-minute "Princess of Darkness/Devil, Devil" is an ode to surviving Nashville that starts with a poetic spoken-word piece and segues into a grinding blues-rock stomper. Now, that's how an outlaw rolls.