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Montgomery Gentry have become uniters, not dividers. On the hit title cut of 2004’s You Do Your Thing, their prescription for happiness was for everyone to leave everyone else well enough alone. But Some People Change surprises with songs about the value of learning tolerance and, well, how some people change. There’s still no shortage of redneck anthems like “Redder Than That” and the irresistible “Hey Country,” as well as a few heartfelt ballads and a killer kiss-off number, “Your Tears Are Comin’.” It all adds up to easily the best Montgomery Gentry album yet.