Colt Ford - Ride Through the Country

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Artist :   Colt Ford
Album Name :   Ride Through the Country
Genre :   Country
Tracks :   14
Relase Date :   04 July 2008
Country :   USA

Ride Through the Country (Colt Ford) Album Songs


Song Title Artist Time
1. Ride Through the Country (feat. John Mic.. Colt Ford 4:34
2. Mr. Goodtime Colt Ford 3:53
3. No Trash In My Trailer Colt Ford 3:25
4. Cold Beer (feat. Jamey Johnson) Colt Ford 3:42
5. Never Thought (feat. Lindsey Hager) Colt Ford 3:53
6. Saddle Up (feat. Attitude) Colt Ford 3:58
7. Waffle House (feat. Sunny Ledfurd) Colt Ford 4:18
8. Twisted Colt Ford 4:22
9. Tailgate Colt Ford 3:48
10. Dirt Road Anthem (feat. Brantley Gilbert.. Colt Ford 3:44
11. Good God O'Mighty Colt Ford 3:35
12. Like Me Colt Ford 3:45
13. Gangsta of Love (feat. Bonecrusher) Colt Ford 3:46
14. I Can't Sing Colt Ford 2:30

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Ride Through the Country (Colt Ford) Album Reviews

  • Open mind

    boah2010
    4
    I do not like closed minded people. Just because it is not ur typical country . Actually bro country is not even pure country it is pop country . Like ur Luke Bryan or Jason Alden real country is Merle haggard Vince gill
  • Man. Lungs. Cheese.

    Cannon E.
    1
    Ape cheese has death Dave Phillis. Bun heapin King bun heap of lungs lungin ape faced bamboo stick with dungin heapage on the left bun heap cheese. Crap. Dun dun dun dun dun dun dun… dun dun dun dun dun dun
  • Country is what you make it

    AlleyyyyyyyyyKattttt🌸
    5
    First of all to all of you who think this is such a disgrace just don't listen to it. Country Music is your feelings about life, heartbreak, and the little things. Colt Ford is blending rap in without the cussing and explicit material. I don't think that the old country stars would be displeased, they would probably be glad that Colt Ford is making country music for a wider variety of people. I love country music from George Strait to Hank Williams to Colt Ford. If you don't like it, don't listen to it . It's that simple. Don't bash .
  • This album got me hooked on CF

    Bullet11-182
    5
    Ride through the country and twisted are two of my all time favorite songs!
  • I can't sing

    Tkrnc5
    1
    It's right
  • Crap rap

    Azcountryboy
    1
    Cannot stand this crap! Ruins my day when it comes on my channel! Rap/country....really!?!?!
  • Epic

    Cheesman mania
    5
    There are different types of country
  • Ride Through the Country & Declaration of Independance

    BMWFlorida
    5
    Colt Ford is AWESOME~~ his music speaks the truth that some are afraid to say! His shows are some of the best that I've ever seen..........Praise the Lord for folks like Colt!!
  • Osom

    Ghhhhgvvccvx
    5
    Dick
  • Refreshing twist

    EJAMM
    5
    What I can't understand is why all the bad reviews. Those who think this isn't country probably think Hank Williams Jr. is the devil for twisting country music his way. Every form of music evolves, so does country music. The music that is on the radio now has evolved, simply compare it to the music your grandma and grandpa listened to when they were young…maybe it's time all you haters evolve too. This is a great mix of genre's and will help to bring young ears back toward country music.

Colt Ford - Ride Through the Country Album Wiki

Ride Through the Country is the debut album released by country rap artist Colt Ford. It was released on December 2, 2008 on the independent Average Joe's label. It features guest appearances by John Michael Montgomery on the title track (which was released as the album lead-off single) as well as an appearance from Jamey Johnson on "Cold Beer". "Dirt Road Anthem" was later covered by co-writer Brantley Gilbert on his album Halfway to Heaven, and once again by Jason Aldean for his album My Kinda Party, both from 2010. As of August 6, 2014, the album has sold over 1,000,000 copies in the United States without the benefit of a major radio single..