Clint Black   The Hard Way
Release Date: 1992

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3.0 goodchristgauratings | July 26th 14

Country music is for those old or repressed enough to care deeply about monogamy--one-on-one love in all its
passion, comfort, consternation, impossibility, and routine. That's why I doubt the Nashville hunks have siphoned much
support from Nirvana, Madonna, or Public Enemy--their targets are Richard Marx and Bryan Adams. Still, this is a sad
one. Spoiled by fame or his own manly profile--he looks so craggy up against his Knots Landing wifey on the cover of
People--a guy who got Nashville to notice him with terse neoclassicist regrets gets Hollywood to bank him with soggy
pseudoromantic homilies. Imagine how tritely condescending "A Woman Has Her Way" could be and you'll know what
sentiments Clint considers suitable to a matinee idol. C


1.0 awfuldivoz | October 22nd 11
3.5 greatBigHans | March 31st 11
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