Born Here Live Here Die Here | Luke Bryan


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Born Here Live Here Die Here

Born Here Live Here Die Here is the seventh studio album by American country musicsinger Luke Bryan. It was released on August 7, 2020, by Capitol Nashville. The album includes the singles "Knockin' Boots", "What She Wants Tonight", and "One Margarita". -Wikipedia

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  • Variety

    As always on a Bryan record, any depth is generally saved for the second half, which doesn't negate the chart-busting pleasures of the first. 

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  • meaww

    Luke Bryan charms with heartfelt country odes and breezy summer anthems. 

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  • All Music

    The lack of musical and emotional evolution doesn't necessarily hamper Born Here Live Here Die Here -- it was designed as slick entertainment and that's exactly what it is -- but it does suggest Bryan may be playing with some borrowed time.  

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  • Digital Journal

    Overall, Luke Bryan delights on his new album, Born Here Live Here Die Here. There is something in it for everybody. It showcases his growth and maturity as a vocalist, songwriter, and storyteller.  

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  • The Musical Hype

    All said and done, Luke Bryan delivers a respectable, enjoyable country album that doesn’t move the needle. The brevity of Born Here Live Here Die Here is a pro – there’s just enough album at 34 minutes.  

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  • Country Universe

    For as frustratingly inconsistent as this album can feel, really only saved by maybe three pretty great songs, I also think Bryan is due to make his Magnolia or Sunday Drive soon, especially with the changing winds in country music.  

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  • Your Life in a Song

    Terrific song selection, including the superb title track ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’ and ‘Too Drunk To Drive’ in the first half, which are also well worth a listen aside from the aforementioned tracks. This album feels like a defining moment in Luke’s career where he’s moved on to a new level of maturity, with one eye on his longevity. Keep doing more of this, Luke! 

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  • Entertainment Focus

    It's a feel-good summer record. 

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  • Montreal Rocks

    Born Here Live Here Die Here highlights his ability to stay true to what has been his success story thus far. His fans ask for no more than Luke being Luke. 

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  • Maximum Volume Music

    Its got a world to conquer. It is as polished and ready to sell as anything ever has been.  

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  • Pop Culture

    Born Here, Live Here, Die Here is the perfect country record for your summer, and one you'll likely want to "play it again, play it again, play it again." 

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  • Riff Magazine

    Existing fans will be right at home here in Bryan’s usual charm and instrumental compositions. But, if you were hoping for experimentation on Born Here, Live Here, Die Here, you might want to consider altering your expectations. 

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  • Lyric Magazine

    if you like Luke Bryan’s consistent style of feel good and at times generic country, then it’s nothing to turn your nose up at. We’ll see how it fairs when live music and his consistently popular tours recommence. 

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  • Flyctory

    Great production, overall great musical quality Wide variety of sounds Just very fluent, entertaining record.  

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  • Love anything Luke Bryan does! 5/5

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