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Love and Theft


Download links and information about Love and Theft by Love And Theft. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 38:44 minutes.

Artist: Love And Theft
Release date: 2012
Genre: Country
Tracks: 11
Duration: 38:44
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No. Title Length
1. Angel Eyes 3:06
2. Inside Out 3:14
3. Runnin' Out of Air 3:19
4. Amen 3:36
5. If You Ever Get Lonely 3:48
6. Thinking of You (And Me) 3:25
7. Town Drunk 4:09
8. Real Good Sign 3:23
9. She's Amazing 3:25
10. Girls Love to Shake It 3:20
11. Girls Look Hot in Trucks 3:59



This Nashville group (now a duo after the departure of Brian Bandas) taps into the spirit of ‘70s country-rock bands like Poco and The Eagles, with nods toward contemporary acts like Lonestar and Rascal Flatts. As singers, Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson temper their Nice Guy appeal with hints of rebellion and swagger. “Angel Eyes” sets the tone with its chiming guitars and playful lyrics about a whisky-sipping good girl who loves tailgate parties and singing in the church choir. Tracks like “Inside Out” and “Girls Love to Shake It” turn up the heat a little, balancing the sensitive balladry of “Thinking of You (and Me)" and the perceptive storytelling of “Town Drunk.” Especially strong is “Amen,” a subtly sexy tune recalling Dave Barnes. Liles and Gunderson’s voices blend effortlessly, combing with particular grace on “Girls Look Hot in Trucks,” a mellow salute to backroads romance. Josh Leo’s production combines radio-friendly polish with a feel for Love and Theft’s acoustic-centered sound, bringing out the warm-hearted spirit of the duo’s music.