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Thomas Rhett - Center Point Road (2019) Published: May 31/19 Released: May 31/19 albumCountry16 Tracks • 52 Minutes
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    SELECTED LINE: You’ve got to hand it to him. All these risks pay off, more or less, and Rhett will likely be rewarded with another string of hits. -Newsday
    Center Point Road is the fourth studio album by Thomas Rhett, released by Big Machine Label Group on May 31, 2019.
    1. Up3:27
    2. Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time (feat. Lit...3:35
    3. Blessed3:34
    4. Look What God Gave Her2:48
    5. Center Point Road (feat. Kelsea Ballerini)3:36
    6. That Old Truck3:32
    7. VHS3:16
    8. Notice3:42
    9. Sand2:42
    10. Beer Can't Fix (feat. Jon Pardi)3:29
    11. Things You Do for Love3:26
    12. Remember You Young3:00
    13. Don't Stop Drivin'3:03
    14. Barefoot3:00
    15. Dream You Never Had3:22
    16. Almost3:11
℗ 2019 Big Machine Label Group, LLC
Critic Reviews (11)

For me, this is Rhett’s weakest album so far.

50% 2 years ago

Entertainment Focus Entertainment Focus

He’s nothing more than an R&B singer on a country imprint.

0% 2 years ago

Saving Country Music Saving Country Music

The music is fun, and Rhett’s sound is full and natural, this is contemporary country at its best.

93% 2 years ago

Staccatofy Staccatofy

Some songs are definite jams but nothing quite measures up to the perfect pop and country recipe of “Unforgettable” from his last LP.

2 years ago

idobi Radio idobi Radio

He gets the balance mostly right with this effort.

2 years ago

Country StandardTime Country StandardTime

His expansive 16-track record finds him pushing further into big pop productions.

2 years ago

The Associated Press The Associated Press (TOP)

The more flexible and daring Rhett gets with his pop flirtations, the more the singer finds himself at the very center of commercial country.

70% 2 years ago

The album is chock-full of hands-in-the-air choruses and solid grooves.

60% 2 years ago

Belfast Telegraph Belfast Telegraph

While Center Point Road touches on who Rhett is along with his upbringing, it works as a big, produced album that's full of creative storytelling, Southern roots and a whole lot of love.

80% 2 years ago

Exclaim Exclaim

He connects the distinct details and memories of his life to his current journey.

2 years ago

SoundsLikeNashville SoundsLikeNashville

You’ve got to hand it to him. All these risks pay off, more or less, and Rhett will likely be rewarded with another string of hits.

75% 2 years ago

Newsday Newsday
User Reviews (5)

Hannajones012 years ago
amazing it doesn’t matter what genre it is stop being so critical and enjoy the music!

kingjohn992 years ago
Who cares what it is Music is something that we can relate to and enjoy. So who cares where the music is so what if it’s not country if the album is great then I’ll get it if not I don’t bother with it. I’ve grown up with Racal Flatts, Luke Bryan, Cole swindell, and so others. TR last album was great. My favorite song from that is Marry Me. People have opinions and I understand but before u criticize the album wait for it to come out and if u ain’t planning to get it then don’t bother.

Badgerfan3212 years ago
Wrong Genre Just when we thought that he couldn’t get any poppier with his music, he comes out with LWGGH. It’s an absolutely shocking transformation on what he’s become. Went from a masterpiece in “Beer with Jesus” to this travesty. I can’t tell at this point who the bigger sellout is...Thomas Rhett or Dustin Lynch. It saddens me how poppy Rhett’s music has become. To quote the great Alan Jackson & George Strait, there’s been “Murder on Music Row” commited by Nashville.

Farmer bry2 years ago
Time to change genres Thomas I’m sorry but this isn’t the same you we knew you’ve moved way over from country. Hope to see you go back to the old roots man. Still a fan and always will be but please go back to the old roots 🍻

Ty Nielson2 years ago
We get it already We get it, you love your wife. Sing about something else. Good grief
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