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"Thirty years later, it's another landmark, his best record in years. Maybe decades." — Exclaim
"Second Hand Heart is prime Dwight Yoakam: traditional yet modern, flashy yet modest, a record that feels fresh but also like a forgotten classic." — AllMusic
"In another time and place," sings Dwight Yoakam on the buoyant "In Another World," the opening track on Second Hand Heart, the brilliant new album that takes the pioneering honky-tonker back to Warner Bros./Reprise, where he began his major-label recording career 30 years ago.
Yoakam's distinctive, supple vocals, accented with his Kentucky croon, sound as strong today as they did on his debut, 1985's Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc. Etc. Its release immediately yielded hit singles, and over the course of some 21 albums — totaling more than 25 million in sales worldwide — Yoakam has continued to passionately sing, write, and play music brimming with hard country and rock 'n' roll.
Second Hand Heart was self-produced by Yoakam, and reflects where he's been, but even more so, where he's going: "'In Another World' guided the rest of the album," says Yoakam. "It became its statement — about surviving and hope."
|1. In Another World|
|3. Dreams Of Clay|
|4. Second Hand Heart|
|5. Off Your Mind|
|7. Man Of Constant Sorrow|
|9. The Big Time|
|10. V's Of Birds|