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And the Crowd Goes Wild


Download links and information about And the Crowd Goes Wild by Mark Wills. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 42:03 minutes.

Artist: Mark Wills
Release date: 2003
Genre: Country
Tracks: 11
Duration: 42:03
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No. Title Length
1. And the Crowd Goes Wild 4:00
2. He's a Cowboy 3:10
3. That's a Woman 2:43
4. Prisoner of the Highway (featuring Ronnie Milsap) 4:23
5. What Hurts the Most 3:47
6. What She Sees in Me 3:48
7. Married in Mexico 4:47
8. Nothin' but a Suntan 3:51
9. How Bad Do You Want It 3:28
10. I Just Close My Eyes 4:51
11. Singer in a Band 3:15



Putting forth an impressive effort to dispel the myth that he is "the sad guy," And the Crowd Goes Wild is a collection of enjoyable songs that let us know that maybe Wills does have something to smile about. The title track is a get-out-of-your-seat rocker that's bound to inspire; "He's a Cowboy" is a toe-tapper about fun-loving cowboys; "Married in Mexico" is a bouncy song about a proposal, to name a few. But lest we forget, there are several ballads on the album that remind us why we first fell in love with Wills' warm baritone wrapped around a sad story-song. "What Hurts the Most" is an ode to a failed relationship. "I Just Close My Eyes" is about the pain of a long-distance relationship. And deserving an honorable mention is "Prisoner of the Highway," a duet with one of Wills' heroes, Ronnie Milsap, on Milsap's 1984 hit.