Neal McCoy's eponymous album is another set of immaculately crafted contemporary country music. From McCoy's polished but heartfelt performacne to the slik, seamless selection of songs, there isn't an obvious flaw on the album. Some may complain that McCoy's approach is getting a bit to pat and predictable, but the highlights -- including the longtime stage favorite "Hillbilly Rap," and which features segments of "Day-O," "The Ballad of Jed Clampett," and "Rapper's Delight" -- are well worth the time of any fan.
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AllMusic Review by Thom Owens