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Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors

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Critics' Reviews

90
Billboard: 

Perfectly imperfect and totally fearless, this may well be McGraw's crowning achievement in a career already studded with success.

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90
Billboard: 

Perfectly imperfect and totally fearless, this may well be McGraw's crowning achievement in a career already studded with success.

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75
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

America's favorite suburban outlaw shucks his hillbilly pretense and corn-pone cartoonishness for a more temperate earnestness. It suits him. [29 Nov 2002, p.107]

75
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

America's favorite suburban outlaw shucks his hillbilly pretense and corn-pone cartoonishness for a more temperate earnestness. It suits him. [29 Nov 2002, p.107]

70
AMAZON.COM: 

The album sags in spots, and McGraw and his coproducers misstep in adding faux R&B vocal washes here and there. But this is a good, solid effort to make music and not just the radio charts.

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40
ROLLING STONE: 

But mostly, McGraw sounds empty.

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40
ROLLING STONE: 

But mostly, McGraw sounds empty.

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