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So what made them think they could get away with a follow-up?
Even Anna Nicole Smith got a second chance this year, and that tired colostomy bag of a model, pickled with liquor and candy, made her first breakthrough years before Chest and Nat.
serves as a fitting thesis statement for the project, using the aesthetics of neotrad-country to unpack the group’s feminist concerns.
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The song boasts a laidback porch-jam feel, but for every clever line (“A critical reason there’s a population/Raising eyebrows and a new generation”), there’s a groaner that feels like it was yanked from a ‘90s standup routine (“Changing our minds like we change our hair color” and “If the shoe fits, we’ll buy 11” are especially clunky).
Much fresher is “My Name Can’t Be Mama,” which addresses the difficulty women face in maintaining an identity outside of motherhood.
The structural theme of both albums is that songs are treated as accessories. ) Which makes it all the more surprising that the bulk of the album’s second act is the most notable of college radio hip-hop clichés: the ambitious—make that —symphonic suite, here billed as a sequel to the first album’s decidedly non-epic “Rock And Roll (Could Never Hip Hop Like This).” I credit The Roots for starting this trend (and bringing it to its apex with ‘s “Water”), but there’s something about Chest and Nat’s addiction to dramatics and façades that validates the operatic conceit, as the song moves from “Ode To Joy” to “The Rockafeller Skank” to emo-whiny punk-pop with the urgency of, well, a male model ducking backstage to change outfits in 45 seconds flat.
The guests are mixed and matched in compelling, paparazzi-catching combinations. The fatigue of “Rock And Roll…Part 2” sends the album into a tailspin, with the menace of “The Hours,” the regret of “Greatest Mistake,” and the parody of Tim Meadows (milking the old Ladies’ Man routine yet again) bringing us back to Father Guido, who brought , he admits that his career as a beautiful person isn’t exactly as glamorous as he led us to believe previously.“If She Ever Leaves Me” is a slick countrypolitan number in which Shires plays with gender expectations, warning a cowboy eyeing her (female) date that “if she ever leaves me, it won’t be for you.” “Heaven Is a Honky Tonk” imagines the afterlife as a barroom with an endless jukebox, while “Cocktail and a Song” details a dying father’s wish that he be remembered fondly.