Album Review: Ripcord – Keith Urban
Last Friday, Keith Urban released his 10th studio album, Ripcord. Here is my review of the album.
- “Gone Tomorrow (Here Today)” - A very upbeat song and great way to start the album. Talks about taking advantage of every day you have.
- “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16″ - The first single off of the album. Nominated for many awards.
- “Wasted Time” - The third single from the album that you have been hearing on XL Country. The best days of his life, were all the times he wasted with his friends.
- “Habit of You” - A song about someone making a difference in your life and making you better.
- “Sun Don’t Let Me Down” (feat. Nile Rodgers and Pitbull) - A good upbeat dance song. Gonna be a great song for the summer.
- “Getting’ in the Way” - A nice upbeat love song.
- “Blue Ain’t Your Color” - A slower song. Kind of has an R&B feel too it.
- “The Fighter” (feat. Carrie Underwood) - Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood together. I don't think I need to say more.
- “Break on Me” - The second single from the album and my favorite song on the album. The song is about being there for people in their time of need.
- “Boy Gets a Truck” - This song is about how people's life advance. From getting your first car to a family and house.
- “Your Body” - A good upbeat love song
- “That Could Still Be Us" - A song about wanting a relationship back to the way it was.
- "Worry 'Bout Nothin'" - I like the message in this song. Why worry about everything when you have an awesome person by your side?
Overall, can you ever really go wrong with Keith Urban? Another great album. Keith's Ripcord World Tour will be stopping in Bozeman on August 4. Keith will be joined by Brett Eldredge and Maren Morris.