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Graffiti U

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I honestly thought Ripcord would be the low point of his career — a sort of one-off, midlife crisis thing.

Women still can’t catch a break on country radio, but they give us Keith Urban braying about how beautiful and special women are in a mawkish song fit for a Scott Baio 80’s after school movie. On 23 April, he performed the song at a Spotify "Fans First" event in Nashville, Tennessee along with " Parallel Line" and " Wasted Time", from his previous album Ripcord. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic gave the album three out of five stars, criticizing Urban's attempt to address complicated sexual politics.

The album was heavily influenced by experiences from Urban's youth, and includes the singles "Female", "Parallel Line", "Coming Home" (featuring Julia Michaels), and "Never Comin' Down".

This songs are lighter than fluff and here are these middle-aged drunks singing along like they are sharing a visceral experience. If there’s anything I disagree with here, it’s the underlying implication that Keith Urban was ever country, or ever worth listening to as a Country artist. he’s got the costume , – the tats , the work boots , the three day growth and the ripped construction site T-shirt -… but his superpowers only exist in the minds of the minions who actually BELIEVE in super-heroes. KU is no more country than an artist like Childish Gambino or Harry Styles or other hugely popular pop artists and should be promoting his stuff in a pop world accordingly ….

Read more about the condition New: An item that is still in its original shrink wrap from the manufacturer and the original manufacturer’s seal (if applicable) has not been removed. On his latest, Urban never sounds less convincing than when he’s trying to create three-dimensional female characters, whether on the forced Coachella dream sequence “Drop Top” or “Gemini,” a maddeningly reductive character sketch that culminates with Urban singing: “She’s a maniac in the bed/But a brainiac in her head. But then you also have him aping Migos on “My Wave”, blatant bro-country holdovers on “Texas Time” and “Never Comin’ Down”, and posturing on “Drop Top”………………and it largely amounts to an album overblown with a caricature hardly in sync with the personality of Keith Urban past.

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