There are two or three commercial sounding singles on this record, but the rest of the album is big variety of sound.
Steve Earle, the modern day storyteller from Texas makes an appearance on a raucous version of the Willie Nelson song, "pick Up The Tempo.
Rusty Young from the legendary and influential group Poco, plays lap steel and steel guitar throughout the whole album.
The first track on the CD features Al Cooper on B-3 organ.
Al Cooper was the founding member of Blood Sweat and Tears and has played on some of Bob Dylan's most revered works; he also has produced some of rock's biggest anthems including Lynard Skynard's "free bird".
Sam Bush plays mandolin and fiddle.
He was a founding member of Newgrass Revival along with Bela Fleck.
The Eleven Song disk was produced by pop music's Bill Lloyd.
He was one of the major standouts in Nashville's golden mid-80's movement with the cow punk duo Foster and Lloyd.
The Album is armed with huge guitars and cool hooks.
One of the record's most unique tunes actually found it's way through the corporate red tape on to the radio in the beginning of 1998.
The "Back On The Farm" video stirred up a little controversy on CMT and became one of the most requested videos of all time.
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1. Life's too Short
2. Don't Mind If I Do
3. A Million Miles Away
5. Drive Me Crazy
6. Run Away With You
7. Back On The Farm
8. Broken For Good
9. Shot Me Down (Bang Bang)
11. Pick Up The Tempo