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"When Was The Last Time" is the sixth studio album from American singer / songwriter Darius Rucker. It was released on 20th October 2017 through Capitol Records Nashville.
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I’m going to be honest to start this one out. The last studio album from Darius Rucker, Southern Style, was by far my favorite of all of his solo projects. It was easily the most traditional record of his career, but from a sales standpoint, there was a little bit of a drop off. The album only spawned one major hit, “Homegrown Honey,” so you had to figure that the singer would veer off in a different direction for his fifth Capitol Nashville studio album. And, when it was announced that he would be teaming up with Ross Copperman, I was a bit alarmed. Copperman has made some great records over the years, but I thought that this album would be a little more progressive than what I loved so much about his last one.
After listening to the record a number of times, I’ve got to say that I can rest those fears, as Copperman has surrounded the singer with a production element that focuses on his strengths as never before, but at the same time, gives radio something fresh and exciting to play. Tracks such as the title cut, “Bring It On,” and “Don’t” all have a fun vibe to them that should bounce off the airwaves or the CD player / phone, and make you want to roll down the windows and sing along – especially the latter track. Sometimes, an artist needs a new producer to shake things up just enough to keep things interesting. Copperman did just that here, steering an album that should ensure that Darius Rucker will continue to have a “Story To Tell” for many more years!
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