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Album: Down Home Sessions III - EP

Artist: Cole Swindell

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 Warner Music Nashville LLC for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside th

Tracklist For Down Home Sessions III - EP By Artist Cole Swindell

Title Artist Time
You've Got My Number Cole Swindell 3:26 USD 1.29
Does It Hurt Cole Swindell 3:17 USD 1.29
Six Pack Lines Cole Swindell 3:46 USD 1.29
Chevrolet DJ Cole Swindell 3:43 USD 1.29
Wildlife Cole Swindell 3:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For Down Home Sessions III - EP By Artist Cole Swindell

  • Awesome

    By Tigerbait3
    Perfect for sitting by a fire and drinking some beer
  • Awesome

    By bartyboy327
  • Swindell doesn't know country (Afraid His Fans Are Clueless Too)

    To have a label of Country placed upon this EP is a conundrum and deafening display of Music Row Lite Beer pandering to a crowd of white youths that know more Flo Rida songs than Waylon or Townes. Also, usually a sessions album entails stripped down joints or different arrangements to structures, not the same polished, unbalanced production of previous albums. Cole knows this is trash, the rest of us just haven't let him know that we as smart consumers know as well.
  • Love It

    By Phillyphil28
    Love this EP Cole.... #GSUAlum's
  • Great EP

    By Andrew Machado DaSilva
    I love going on drives and listening to country music. Down Home Sessions II is one of my top picks. I cannot stop listening to it. Great work, Cole.
  • NEVER disappoints...!!

    By BETTIS3636
    Just another amazing set of songs from Cole!
  • Can't go wrong with Cole!

    I ain't even gotta preview these songs before buying. I already know it's gonna be a great E.P! Keep up the great work Cole!
  • Like eating Manufacture Chicken

    By Luv Addict
    This is so awful. Fake songwriting, fake singing, computer band. This is horrible.
  • Loving it

    By Usher is NOT beast
    I cannot wait for Cole to go on tour! His music is so well written and very catchy, been following him since day one!
  • Love!

    By Courtney Roberts
    Amazing! As always. Been a fan of Cole Swindell since day one when I saw him in 2014.

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