Jekyll + Hyde

Zac Brown Band - Jekyll + Hyde
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2015 Ratings: #739 / 770
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Based on 16 ratings
April 28, 2015 / Release Date
LP / Format
Southern Ground / Label
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evancool
84
I think it's safe to say that this is the most accessible album that Zac Brown has made in his entire career. On this album, I love how his band is very experimental with genres and shit; he also gets bonus points for the most creativity because it's so inspiring how he presents it. Sure, I know this album got mixed reviews for changing structure song per song, but I don't really care about that because I think the tracks correlate with each other, so there's barely any filler in the ... read more
Tallglassofwate
10
Basically, the only thing I can give to ZBB here is that they tried. They had genuine ambitions and you can tell that in their minds this is a genre defying masterpiece. However, it's easy to tell here that Zac Brown listened to one song from each of the genre's he took a stab at and created the most generic version of every song. The dance-pop songs are bland nonsense, the hard rock songs are impossibly lame and even the country songs are pretty rough on this album. I like Homegrown but it's ... read more
lemuriams
20
Country shit
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Track List

  1. Beautiful Drug
  2. Loving You Easy
  3. Remedy
  4. Homegrown
  5. Mango Tree [feat. Sara Bareilles]
  6. Heavy is the Head [feat. Chris Cornell]
  7. Bittersweet
  8. Castaway
  9. Tomorrow Never Comes
  10. One Day
  11. Dress Blues
  12. Young and Wild
  13. Junkyard
  14. I'll Be Your Man (Song for a Daughter)
  15. Wildfire
  16. Tomorrow Never Comes (Acoustic Version)
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Added on: April 28, 2015