I am hooked on Jerrod Niemann. I admit it. This CD has not left my player since I put it in. If you have not treated your ears to "Judge Jerrod  and The Hung Jury",  do it today. I was first hooked when I heard the hit "Lover, Lover". That song was stuck in my head like Pooh in the honey tree. The CD runs a bit like Big & Rich's debut, with talking parts and little skits in-between songs. They are kind of amusing the first couple listens and then get a little old, but it is the music that we are talking about here. Jerrod wrote the number one hit "Good Ride Cowboy" for Garth Brooks, so he knows how to write and it shows on this project. The disc opens with a piano, bluesy kind of tune called "They Should've Named You Cocaine" written with Jamey Johnson that I just can't get enough of. The rest if jam packed with drinking songs like "How Can I Be So Thirsty", "For Everclear" and "One More Drinkin' Song" and just plain fun tunes like "Down In Mexico" and remake of Robert Earl Keen's "The Buckin' Song". If you are looking for a party, I summon you to Judge Jerrod and The Hung Jury on Sony Nashville/Arista