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Album: Ride Through the Country (Single Edit) [feat. John Michael Montgomery] - Single

Artist: Colt Ford

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Average Joes Entertainment

Tracklist For Ride Through the Country (Single Edit) [feat. John Michael Montgomery] - Single By Artist Colt Ford

Title Artist Time
Ride Through the Country (Sing Colt Ford 4:07 USD 1.29

Reviews For Ride Through the Country (Single Edit) [feat. John Michael Montgomery] - Single By Artist Colt Ford

  • This is crap!

    By AriseKillEat
    Rap aint got no business in country music.
  • WHAT?

    By Baalman's iTunes
    What is this?! I thought that it said COUNTRY NOT RAP!!!!! I love country but this so is not Country music for those that think it is they don't know real ciuntry, even if it was to hit them in the head! Sorry but it is true... this makes Country Music look bad...:(
  • Really?

    By Old School Country
    This isn't country! I don't mind other kinds of music, but folks, there is nothing country about this. If you're a fan of actual country music, just keep on clicking by. Not hating, just don't think it's country, sorry folks.

    By suzannemichelle
    I quite often and much to my chagrin, let my kids have control of the radio/cd when we are driving around in the truck together. They know that I have full VETO power if something is "unacceptable" whether it be the lyrics, or whatever. This past weekend we were riding around in Biloxi and D'Iberville Mississippi and they were talking about Colt Ford coming to Giuitars and Caddilacs and how bad they wished they were "of age" so they could go see him play too! They asked if they could "pop in" a cd they had burned off thier ipod. I said sure...just dont forget my VETO POWERS!! I am NOT a rap kind of a gal...plain and simple. But this guy has my vote! I am downloading my purchase as I am writing th is review...I ESPECIALLY LOVED JMM being featured...Its been too long since Ive heard that smooth voice! You go Colt Ford!! Bring the country to the people!
  • YAEH BABY!!!

    By Maroon Man Norris
    This my friend is a JAM!!!!!!!!! even my non country listning friends love this song
  • n/a

    By storm_01
    Great tune about people from the country and small towns all around love listening to this song when i'm takin a ride through the country

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