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|Luke Bryan - Spring Break... Here To Party Review|
|22-03-2013 14:52 | 0 comment(s)|
| Over the past four years Luke Bryan has cultivated the youthful part of his fan base with seasonal collections of "Spring Break" party music Digital EPs. With enough tracks to fill a whole album, this year Luke has released Spring Break: Here To Party, a compilation of the best of his four EPs with a couple new tracks included on the record.|
"Suntan City" (from EP #4 of the same name) begins the record and it finds Luke happily singing about 'coconut covered girls' and carefree times 'sitting pretty in Suntan City with a cold one in my hand." "Buzzkill" is one of the new tracks on this EP and it's already been treated to a music video [watch here] and could be a radio single if Luke wanted to release it as it's as good as anything he's released on other records. Anyone who has left a relationship only to have that relationship follow them around will certainly relate to the mid-tempo tune's lyrics.
"If You Ain't Here To Party" is another song that could be a 2013 summer jam if Luke and his label Capitol wanted to release it to radio while "Wild Weekend" is equally as fun. And that's clearly what Spring Break...Here To Party is all about. It's not a record with deep songs but that doesn't mean that some of them won't be meaningful to listeners like "You Don't Know Jack" or "Do I" from Luke's regular records. Instead, they're just different songs with similar themes, like "Shake The Sand," the other 'new' song on the record, a song that recalls the 1980s Country/Soul melodies of Eddie Rabbitt.
The creation of these Spring Break collections was a stroke of genius for Luke Bryan - and Capitol Nashville - as it gave his fans new out-of-traditional-album-cycle music. The songs here may have at one point been 'also rans' from his regular records (at least the oldest songs here were at one point) but they've now turned into a nice little grouping of seasonal, funk non-threatening party songs that serve as the soundtrack to Spring Break and parties for thousands of fans young and old alike.
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