Broken In

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After two major-label albums, Trent Willmon finds himself on an independent imprint for his third effort, Broken In. With the freedom afforded by a lack of corporate pressure, Trent has made an album that’s actually not too different from his previous offerings: mildly edgy contemporary country that celebrates simple pleasures, spirituality and the small towns of his native Texas. It’s another solid entry from a reliable artist, but it’s tempting to wish there was something more distinctive about Broken In.

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