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Album: Down Home Sessions IV - EP

Artist: Cole Swindell

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 2017 Warner Music Nashville LLC for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside th

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

Title Artist Time
Roller Coaster Cole Swindell 4:13 USD 1.29
Get Me Some of That Cole Swindell 3:11 USD 1.29
Outta My Head Cole Swindell 3:14 USD 1.29
This Is How We Roll Cole Swindell 3:36 USD 1.29
Beer in the Headlights Cole Swindell 2:44 USD 1.29

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

  • Awesome music

    By Cyntnia88888
    Awesome music great voice thank you very much appreciate it all love you
  • Love the album

    By Titan 1218
    Cole swindell is pretty good singer and I would definitely buy this album. I think he is much better than Luke Bryan
  • Love

    By Jenmarie25
    Sounds amazing!! Love you Cole !
  • Much more country than his later music!

    By Sir D of AK
    He sounds so much better when he’s singing actual country. Much better! His later music sounds like he’s been bought out by Nashville and singing a hybrid version country hip hop. Seems like true country is fading away. Sad days for true country fans.
  • R u kidding me!

    By Poboy11
    I can't write/make my own hits so let's take some bad country songs and see if we can't make them any worse! This is perfect example of what's wrong with country today. I would give this a negative rating if it was possible, unless your a big Cole fan don't waste your time or $ w this garbage
  • poop.

    By StrayCBoy
    its like a greatest hits ep of crap hits.
  • Cole's voice makes these songs pop

    By 1_country_boyBRS
    Given the fact he either wrote or co wrote all of these, I think personally they sound better with his voice than with anyone else's.
  • Good stuff

    By Bane6769
    Great stuff. Don’t like many modern country artist but he knows how to capture your attention and go beyond the ear drum lol
  • love these versions

    By Countrymusicfan16
    I love these versions! Cole is an amazing songwriter!! I can't decide if I like the original versions or his version more!! Nice job once again Cole :)
  • It can’t be said enough...These are NOT covers!

    By stop the pop
    Swindell wrote these songs for other artists and he’s released his versions of them. I’m glad he’s emerged as a solo artist and is gaining recognition for his talents. I personally prefer to hear songs sung by the songwriter as the connection to them just seems more authentic.

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