Genre ยป Florida Georgia Line – Here’s To The Good Times…This Is How We Roll (2012 FLAC)

Florida Georgia Line – Here’s To The Good Times…This Is How We Roll (2012 FLAC)

Florida Georgia Line - Here's To The Good Times...This Is How We Roll (2012 FLAC)

Florida Georgia Line – Here’s To The Good Times…This Is How We Roll (2012 FLAC)

Artist: Florida Georgia Line
Album: Here’s To The Good Times…This Is How We Roll
Release/Reissue: 2012
Genre: Country

01. Cruise
02. Round Here
03. Get Your Shine On
04. Here’s To The Good Times
05. It’z Just What We Do
06. Stay
07. Hell Raisin’ Heat Of The Summer
08. Tell Me How You Like It
09. Tip It Back
10. Dayum, Baby
11. Party People
12. This Is How We Roll
13. Take It Out On Me
14. People Back Home
15. Headphones
16. Hands On You
17. Cruise (Remix)

Florida Georgia Line (Georgia’s Tyler Hubbard and Florida’s Brian Kelley) broke onto the contemporary country scene in the spring of 2012 with the infectious summer single “Cruise,” a song that blended cruising country back roads and farm towns with ragged drums and layers of rock guitar, and sounded a bit like an amped-up, next-generation Brooks & Dunn. The duo seems poised for stardom going into the second decade of the 21st century, a time when country seems to be as much AC/DC as it is George Strait or George Jones (although both Georges get name-checked a lot these days in country songs one can hardly imagine either of them singing). Florida Georgia Line released a five-song EP, It’z Just What We Do, produced by Joey Moi, behind “Cruise,” and Here’s to the Good Times, the group’s first official full-length album, contains all five of those songs, plus six more, which were also produced by Moi. It’s an aptly named album, because good times are at the heart of everything here, with songs like “Cruise,” “Tip It Back,” and “Party People” pretty much summing up Florida Georgia Line’s philosophy. This is an album based on summer energy, drinking beer, taking shots, driving back roads, and the romantic glories and possibilities of Friday and Saturday nights with nothing to do but look for those good times. Fair enough. This kind of pop/rocked-up version of country is obviously here to stay, and is probably the commercial future of the whole franchise. Florida Georgia Line are pretty good at it, even if someone like Keith Urban actually does it better.