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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

On Feel That Fire he's found the midpoint between mirth and mope, as characteristic country barn-burners like the screw-it-'n'-drink sing-along of 'Sideways' mingle with themes of faith and fidelity to generate his most complete album yet.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

On Feel That Fire he's found the midpoint between mirth and mope, as characteristic country barn-burners like the screw-it-'n'-drink sing-along of 'Sideways' mingle with themes of faith and fidelity to generate his most complete album yet.

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84
Paste Magazine: 

Dierks Bentley wants to be everything to every country-music fan, and for the most part, he pulls it off.

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84
Paste Magazine: 

Dierks Bentley wants to be everything to every country-music fan, and for the most part, he pulls it off.

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80
Boston Globe: 

On his fourth album, the Arizona-born artist continues to impress on one well-written song after another.

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80
Billboard: 

His exceptional new album has plenty of sex and senoritas, but also a higher calling on the uplifting 'It's a Beautiful World,' a duet with Patti Griffin.

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80
Billboard: 

His exceptional new album has plenty of sex and senoritas, but also a higher calling on the uplifting 'It's a Beautiful World,' a duet with Patti Griffin.

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80
Boston Globe: 

On his fourth album, the Arizona-born artist continues to impress on one well-written song after another.

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60
PopMatters: 

The album would be an enjoyable enough lightweight ride without those moments, but when they come, they are welcome. They also give the album an air of missed opportunity.

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60
PopMatters: 

The album would be an enjoyable enough lightweight ride without those moments, but when they come, they are welcome. They also give the album an air of missed opportunity.

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See all Feel That Fire reviews at metacritic.com