Tailgate (album)

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Tailgate
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Studio album by Trailer Choir
Released July 6, 2010 (2010-07-06)
Genre Country
Length 32:04
Label Show Dog-Universal Music
Producer
Trailer Choir chronology
Off the Hillbilly Hook
(2009)
Tailgate
(2010)

Tailgate is the first studio album by the American country music group Trailer Choir. It was released on July 6, 2010 via Show Dog-Universal Music. The album includes the single "Shakin' That Tailgate," as well as the songs "Rockin' the Beer Gut" and "Rollin' Through the Sunshine," previously released as singles from the trio's 2009 EP Off the Hillbilly Hook. The tracks "Off the Hillbilly Hook," "In My Next 5 Beers" and "Last Man Standing" were previously included on that EP as well.

"Wal-Mart Flowers" was previously released by Stephen Cochran in 2009.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Shakin' That Tailgate" (Brady Seals, Butter) – 2:45
  2. "Rollin' Through the Sunshine" (Butter, Big Vinny, Isaac Rich) – 3:17
  3. "Can't Drink All Day" (Bobby Pinson, Vicky McGehee, Brian Davis) – 3:19
  4. "Last Man Standing" (Butter, Scott Lynch, Chance, John Kromer) – 3:33
  5. "Homemade Mexico" (Kyle Jacobs, Lee Brice, Joe Leathers) – 3:05
  6. "Wal-Mart Flowers" (Butter, Big Vinny, Thom Shepherd) – 3:31
  7. "In My Next 5 Beers" (Butter, Big Vinny, Rich, Shepherd) – 2:45
  8. "Girls Love to Go Dancin'" (Butter) – 3:31
  9. "Rockin' the Beer Gut" (Butter) – 3:08
  10. "Off the Hillbilly Hook" (Butter, Big Vinny, Jewels Hanson) – 3:10

Personnel[edit]

Trailor Choir
  • Marc "Butter" Fortney - vocals
  • Vencent "Big Vinny" Hickerson - vocals
  • Crystal Hoyt - vocals
Additional Musicians

Critical reception[edit]

Thom Jurek of AllMusic rated the album three stars out of five, calling it "one solidly placed party anthem after another" but "strictly for contemporary country audiences."[1] Country Weekly reviewer Jessica Phillips praised Butter and Crystal's vocals, but thought that the album lacked more serious songs to contrast the "unexceptional summer ditties."[2] Her review gave it two-and-a-half stars out of five.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 93
U.S. Billboard Country Albums 16

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jurek, Thom. "Tailgate review". Allmusic. Retrieved 6 July 2010. 
  2. ^ Phillips, Jessica (12 July 2010). "Reviews". Country Weekly. 17 (28): 54.