10 Comments on Dear Country Music: Disco Edition

  1. I would come out and say that I didn’t mind that, but I wouldn’t want to encourage more of this.

  2. Dan MillikenNo Gravatar // January 4, 2012 at 11:07 pm //

    I don’t think I would mind it if it were a silly break from the great music they’d just released instead of a sad improvement over that music.

  3. I agree with Dan. I was expecting a lot worse, but for a group to be doing this after, what, 3 years of some really bad music, I’m a lot less forgiving. Can we get back to Stay this year Sugarland? Starting to think that other singer was right all along and got out at the right time.

  4. I’m still glad they are not afraid to do their own thing even if it isn’t for the country masses anyway.

  5. Oh, that Jennifer Nettless… **shakes head**

  6. Erik NorthNo Gravatar // January 5, 2012 at 2:44 pm //

    Well, Donna Summer she ain’t.

  7. Iain LazenbyNo Gravatar // January 6, 2012 at 3:28 am //

    Certainly an improvement on the Bee Gees falsetto lyrics but a song you would have hoped never to have heard again. What’s next? A hen party special album with cover versions of “Dancing Queen” and “I will survive”?

  8. Paul W DennisNo Gravatar // January 8, 2012 at 8:05 am //

    Dreadful

    At least when “Whispering” Bill Anderson dabbled with disco back in 1978, he did so with lyrically interesting original material

  9. Just shows up there country credentials I’m afraid. Compare the songs they choose to cover with someone like Jamey Johnson, Alan Jackson, Joe Nichols, and Mark Chesnutt and can you see why they make the music they do.

  10. Hard TimesNo Gravatar // January 11, 2012 at 1:25 pm //

    I would respectfully suggest that “Stayin’ Alive” is not a great song choice for them right now. (see Indiana State Fair)

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