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I'm Your Biggest Fan
Dallas Wayne
I'm Your Biggest Fan
Genres: Country, Pop
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All Artists: Dallas Wayne
Title: I'm Your Biggest Fan
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Koch Records
Release Date: 2/22/2005
Genres: Country, Pop
Styles: Roadhouse Country, Today's Country, Neotraditional
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 684038984329

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If you like your honky tonk straight-up
Bt | Parts unknown | 05/02/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Big Dallas Wayne's been around for years. After recording, and touring in Europe, and Finland especially, he came back home and settled down to write some of today's best true country music. His two releases for Hightone Records are great, and he's outdone himself with this new beauty. The songwriting is just plain staight-up honky tonkin' juke-box country that sounds like it could've been written yesterday, today, or 30 years ago. Robbie Fulks really helped Dallas along a few years ago by pushing for this guy. Fulks saw what people are begining to see today; this guy's a major force to be reckoned with. A strong voice, keen sense of humour, and a passion for real music will make you one his biggest fans."
Montgomery Gentry attitude minus the rock influences
Paul W. Dennis | Winter Springs, FL USA | 05/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"You've got to love Dallas Wayne, who continues to produce solid honest-to-God country music in an age when too many have wimped out. While I'm sure that Dallas is aware of the Iggles, Skynard, Marshall Tucker, ZZ Top and their ilk, very little of it shows up in his music.

While I like every song on the CD, I guess my favorite song is "You Can Count On Me" where the basic premise is a warning to the woman that she can count on him to mess things up. "Your Biggest Fan" is a stalker song, but a cleverly done one. "Tell It To The Jukebox" is a bartender telling his customer that he's maintained his sanity by having his bar stool fools foist their sad stories off on the jukebox. "Junior Samples" is not about the legendary Hee-Haw star but uses his name in some word-play.

If you're looking for politically correct , well-mannered country music, you'll not find it here. If you're looking for the twangy stuff - the good stuff - you've done found it!

1. 3:30 in the afternoon
2. I'm your biggest fan
3. junior samples
4. under the overpass
5. tex-tosterone
6. it's all over, all over town
7. she's good to go
8. you can count on me
9. tell it to the jukebox
10. crank the hank
11. still know how to cry
12. downhill slide