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Midland likes their music straight-up. Hardcore country, the kind you find in forgotten bars in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, wherever the neon's buzzing, but not quite dead. The Grammy-nominated trio plots a resurgence of their thick harmonies, tart lyrics and steel guitar with The Last Resort: Greetings From. Unfiltered, they want their country 120 proof. Whether it's a cheating song, a heartbreak ballad or a shoot-out-the-lights romper, they savor the emotions with a gusto unseen for decades.

Midland likes their music straight-up. Hardcore country, the kind you find in forgotten bars in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, wherever the neon's buzzing, but not quite dead. The Grammy-nominated trio plots a resurgence of their thick harmonies, tart lyrics and steel guitar with The Last Resort: Greetings From. Unfiltered, they want their country 120 proof. Whether it's a cheating song, a heartbreak ballad or a shoot-out-the-lights romper, they savor the emotions with a gusto unseen for decades.

843930067114

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 07/01/2022
UPC: 843930067114

The Last Resort: Greetings From [Import Transparent Green LP]
Artist: Midland
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Last Resort
2. If I Lived Here
3. Two to Two Step
4. Take Her Off Your Hands
5. Sunrise Tells the Story
6. And Then Some
7. Longneck Way to Go (Feat. Jon Pardi)
8. Life Ain't Fair
9. King of Saturday Night
10. Paycheck to Paycheck
11. Bury Me in Blue Jeans
12. Adios Cowboy

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Midland likes their music straight-up. Hardcore country, the kind you find in forgotten bars in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, wherever the neon's buzzing, but not quite dead. The Grammy-nominated trio plots a resurgence of their thick harmonies, tart lyrics and steel guitar with The Last Resort: Greetings From. Unfiltered, they want their country 120 proof. Whether it's a cheating song, a heartbreak ballad or a shoot-out-the-lights romper, they savor the emotions with a gusto unseen for decades.

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