Something to Be Proud Of: Best of 1999-2005

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Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry's first greatest-hits album shows how they've built their legacy on a tough, defensive stance spelled out in hits like, "Daddy Won't Sell the Farm" and "Gone." Something to Be Proud Of is also a handy reminder that Montgomery Gentry have made their presence felt by pushing country radio in a more Southern-rock direction. Nonetheless, these 13 tracks kinda start sounding the same by CD's end. —Chris Neal

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