Drag It Up

Album Review of Drag It Up by Old 97's.

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Drag It Up

Old 97's

Drag It Up by Old 97's

Release Date: Jul 27, 2004
Record label: Old West
Genre(s): Alt-Country

70 Music Critic Score
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Drag It Up - Fairly Good, Based on 1 Critics

AllMusic - 70
Based on rating 7/10

"You're a bottle cap away from pushin' me too far," sings Rhett Miller on the title track of Old 97's' Drag It Up, and those who hold the band near and dear to their hearts will be overjoyed to hear that the album just gets more heartbroke after that. "Won't Be Home" is a headfirst leap into the group's trademark sound -- with a fiery blast of Ken Bethea's Telecaster and a dirty stumble from Philip Peeples' kit, the first song rips through Miller's familiar croon buoyed by bassist Murry Hammond's bright harmonies. This earthy return to form will be welcomed by those who thought their last album, Satellite Rides, and Miller's solo excursion were too slick, and if anything, it seems as though the boys took special care to keep some raw edges on the recording.

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