Crash My Party created not one or two singles, but five. The only question left is how will Bryan be able to top himself with his next album?
Nowadays, after racking up happy hits like "Rain Is a Good Thing" and "Country Girl Shake It for Me ," and cannily carving out a position as the country version of James Franco 's Alien singing unironic red-state "Spring Break Forever" anthems for booze-soaked bros and gals, Luke Bryan doesn't seem like he ever once bothered with the backwood.
With its sly Auto-Tune, diluted hip-hop rhythms, nods to T. No matter how many six-packs he sings about swinging or how many parties he crashes, Bryan just doesn't seem like a macho man.
He seems like a nice guy, the kind of dude who would never down drinks til dawn, the kind of guy who would grow on a girl, not the one who would swagger over with seduction on his mind.
Crash My Party is filled with songs reliant on the idea that Bryan is a blue-collar baller, so fratty that he rhapsodizes about his "Blood Brothers" and wistfully remembers when he and his crew used to run their small town. If Bryan had a voice etched in gravel, perhaps all this would seem like too much barrel-chested boasting, but as he sings in a voice as plain, flat, and friendly as the plains, all his celebrations of the conformist class seem cheerful.
They also seem slightly cookie-cutter. There's a reason for that.
Bryanat least for now, has given up the idea of writing his own songs only two here bear his creditand has chosen material that's either hard and hooky or soft and sentimental, giving them all productions that gleam in unrelenting sunshine.
Under the guidance of producer Jeff StevensBryan sneakily incorporates all manners of modern sounds -- not enough to distract but enough to make an impression, particularly in how the rhythms suggest pop and dance, how Bryan 's flow can mimic hip-hop without rapping, and those little Auto-Tune flourishes pop up throughout -- which also doesn't make the singer seem particularly country, but he does seem savvy, somebody who embraces what real redneck living is about in Everything here, from the sound to the songs, is about improving the brand of " Luke Bryan: Party Bro" and if he never seems to inhabit that role, he's nevertheless able to sell it.Luke Bryan‘s new song ‘Crash My Party’ would fit well on his last album ‘Tailgates and Tanlines.’ The ballad is a continuation of themes introduced with ‘I Don’t Want This Night to End’ and ‘Drunk on You,’ two No.
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Lyrics to 'Crash My Party' by Luke Bryan: This is a drop everything kinda thing Swing on by, I'll pour you a drink The door's unlocked, I'll leave on the. She was sittin' all alone over on the tailgate.
Tan legs swingin' by a Georgia plate. I was lookin' for her boyfriend,. Thinkin', "No way she ain't got one.".
Check out Crash My Party by Luke Bryan on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on alphabetnyc.com Crash My Party Luke Bryan It don't matter what plans I got, I can break 'em Yeah, I can turn this thing around at the next red light And I don't mind tellin' all the guys I can't meet 'em Hell, we can all go raise some hell on any other night Girl, I don't care.