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iTunes Price: $9.99

Genre: Country

Released: May 18, 2004

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(18 Ratings)


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You Do Your Thing – Montgomery Gentry

Name Artist Time Price

Something to Be Proud Of Montgomery Gentry 4:16 $1.29

You Do Your Thing Montgomery Gentry 3:42 $0.99

If You Ever Stop Loving Me Montgomery Gentry 3:22 $1.29

If It's the Last Thing I Do Montgomery Gentry 4:01 $0.99

She Loved Me Montgomery Gentry 3:57 $0.99

Gone Montgomery Gentry 4:09 $1.29

All I Know About Mexico Montgomery Gentry 4:10 $0.99

I Got Drunk Montgomery Gentry 4:12 $0.99

It's All Good Montgomery Gentry 3:58 $0.99

I Ain't Got It All That Bad Montgomery Gentry 3:23 $0.99

Talking to My Angel Montgomery Gentry 3:21 $0.99

I Never Thought I'd Live This Long Montgomery Gentry 5:27 $0.99

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Our Review

Montgomery Gentry’s fourth album touches on a little of everything the duo had done to that point. There’s a tribute to the older generation (“Something to Be Proud Of”), a great, unrepentant drinking song (“I Got Drunk”), and a handful of the tough, catchy singles that have become the duo’s specialty (“If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “If It’s the Last Thing I Do,” “Gone”). While the group often gets pigeonholed as a couple of plain-spoken rednecks, You Do Your Thing contains several songs that display a sensitivity and sincerity that's rare in country music. The men portrayed in “Talking to My Angel” and “She Loved Me” are deeply flawed and full of self-doubt, but rather than perpetuate the myth of the lone cowboy, the characters in these songs are allowed to grow up, get wiser and find true love. Finally, “I Ain’t Got It All That Bad” and “It’s All Good” are all about finding contentment by accepting the world as it is. In an industry where everything needs to be bigger, it’s refreshing to hear: “The county's taking half my yard / It don't matter too much anyway / In the scheme of things I still get more than I should / It’s all good.”


Customer Reviews

I Loved It (5 stars)

I have always been a big country fan and this is just a very good album in my opinion. It's simple and raw. I Like it

awesome (4 stars)

OMG!! I love country and I just discovered Montgomery Gentry. They're awesome!!!! I love their song, Lucky Man. It's so cool, and it gives me goosebumps every time I hear it.

Pretty Good!! (4 stars)

I thought this was an excellent album. I like I Ain't got It All That Bad. It pretty much demostrates the true country music. Plus, the other songs, like Gone and If It's the Last Thing I Do, have a faster tempo. A great buy!!


Formed: 1999 in KY
Genre: Country
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Country duo Montgomery Gentry evokes the sound and spirit of Southern rockers like Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Marshall Tucker Band, and Charlie Daniels, painting themselves as rowdy redneck rebels who still hold small-town values. Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry first played together in Early Tymz, a Lexington, Kentucky, band led by Montgomery's brother, future country star John Michael Montgomery. Both Eddie and Troy had been performing on the local club scene since their teenage years, the former as…

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Where I Come From Rebels On the Run 3:21 $1.29

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