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Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury

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Intro
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They Should Have Named You Cocaine
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Lover, Lover
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Phone Call at 3 A.M.
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Down In Mexico
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What Do You Want
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A Friendly Request
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The Buckin' Song
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Old School New Again
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Intermission
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Come Back To Me
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Drunken Complaint
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How Can I Be So Thirsty
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Bakersfield
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A Concerned Fan
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One More Drinkin' Song
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I Hope You Get What You Deserve
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Deep Thoughts
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For Everclear
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Outro
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 45:53

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They Say All Music Guide

Jerrod Niemann made his first inroads into the Music City as a professional songwriter, penning songs recorded by Garth Brooks, Neal McCoy, and Blake Shelton, and there’s a certain sense of sharp, smooth professionalism on his 2010 major-label debut Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury, a sense that he casually demonstrates how he can please any audience that comes his way. He’s anchored in the breezy, beachside frat-country that’s been in vogue ever since Kenny Chesney’s Jimmy Buffett tribute took the world by storm at the turn of the millennium, but he also dabbles in slick ballads, relaxed country-funk, and chicken-pickin’ country, taking pains to illustrate his versatility. Because Niemann has the chops and friendly voice to pull it off, this casual showboating wears well, and the record is one of the best mainstream country-pop records of 2010: tuneful, hooky, friendly, funny, and bright, the kind of album made for long, hot, boozy afternoons. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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