Florida Georgia Line

October 13, 2014 6:28 PM

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From the first sip of Dos Equis in the title track, Anything Goes (**½ out of four), the second album from Florida Georgia Line, operates with a slight buzz. It may come from a joint, from a glass of 7 and 7 or from the persistent electronic hum of hyper-tuned vocals, but it's always present, fueling a hook-laden party album that's equal parts country and R&B, with rock guitars as occasional garnish.

In fact, if someone tried to throw back drinks as often as Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley sing about them during the 41 minutes of Anything Goes, they'd likely wind up with alcohol poisoning.

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