History YMMV / FloridaGeorgiaLine

29th Sep '16 10:43:43 PM vexer
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* BrokenBase: Many fans of the band haven't been handling the Nelly remix of "Cruise" very well.
** "Sun Daze" is also getting slammed even by apologists, due to its lyrical references to getting laid and stoned, and the obvious "pink umbrella" double-entendre.
14th Sep '16 10:36:09 AM Twentington
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* AuthorsSavingThrow: After the positive reception of "Dirt" and "Confession", it seems that the duo has decided to emphasize ballads more strongly on ''Dig Your Roots''.
23rd Feb '15 9:14:32 PM WaxingName
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* SnarkBait: Due to their status as being the faces of the maligned "bro-country" movement, they tend to be the butt of jokes involving modern country and their attachment to beer, girls in bikinis, and trucks.
13th Jan '15 8:01:56 AM Twentington
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** "Sun Daze" is also getting slammed even by apologists, due to its lyrical references to getting laid and stoned and the obvious "pink umbrella" double-entendre.
* CriticalDissonance: The band is quite polarizing in the country music fan community (especially after the Nelly remix of "Cruise"), due to their hard rock influence and reliance on party jams, but they're one of the hottest selling country artists.

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** "Sun Daze" is also getting slammed even by apologists, due to its lyrical references to getting laid and stoned stoned, and the obvious "pink umbrella" double-entendre.
* CriticalDissonance: The band is quite polarizing in the country music fan community (especially after the Nelly remix of "Cruise"), due to their hard rock influence and reliance on party jams, but they're one of the hottest selling country artists. Some have even considered them the Music/{{Nickelback}} of country (and in fact, they're produced by former Nickelback producer Joey Moi).
10th Nov '14 7:13:22 PM Twentington
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** "Sun Daze" is also getting slammed even by apologists, due to its lyrical references to getting laid and stoned and the obvious "pink umbrella" double-entendre.
2nd Sep '14 8:56:27 PM Twentington
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* GrowingTheBeard: "Dirt" suggests that FGL is making an attempt to create at least ''some'' material that isn't heavy on the "bro" stereotypes for which they were the TropeMakers, and actually has some substance to it.
2nd Sep '14 8:56:13 PM Twentington
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* GrowingTheBeard: "Dirt" suggests that FGL is making an attempt to create at least ''some'' material that isn't heavy on the "bro" stereotypes for which they were the TropeMakers, and actually has some substance to it.
1st Sep '14 10:29:13 PM toonyloon
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* WinBackTheCrowd: Apparently the derision for being the {{Trope Maker}}s of "bro-country" has resonated with FGL, as their second album is led off by "Dirt", which is noticeably more substantial than nearly anything on their first album.

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* WinBackTheCrowd: Apparently the derision for being the {{Trope Maker}}s and (along with Music/LukeBryan) the {{Trope Codifier}}s of "bro-country" has resonated with FGL, as their second album is led off by "Dirt", which is noticeably more substantial than nearly anything on their first album.
30th Aug '14 2:48:52 AM Twentington
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* MemeticMutation / TheCatchPhraseCatchesOn: After a journalist coined the term "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bro-country bro-country]]" in August 2013 as a descriptor of FGL's music, the term caught on with music journalists and fans alike as a catchall term for the trend in TheNewTens of party-themed pop-country.

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* MemeticMutation / TheCatchPhraseCatchesOn: After a journalist coined the term "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bro-country bro-country]]" in August 2013 as a descriptor of FGL's music, the term caught on with music journalists and fans alike as a catchall term for the trend in TheNewTens of party-themed pop-country.pop-country.
* WinBackTheCrowd: Apparently the derision for being the {{Trope Maker}}s of "bro-country" has resonated with FGL, as their second album is led off by "Dirt", which is noticeably more substantial than nearly anything on their first album.
5th Aug '14 11:43:40 AM Twentington
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Florida Georgia Line is really 3OH3!. Note the similarities.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Florida Georgia Line is really 3OH3!. 3OH3! Note the similarities.



** "That's how we do it 'round here!"

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** "That's how we do it 'round here!"here!"
* MemeticMutation / TheCatchPhraseCatchesOn: After a journalist coined the term "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bro-country bro-country]]" in August 2013 as a descriptor of FGL's music, the term caught on with music journalists and fans alike as a catchall term for the trend in TheNewTens of party-themed pop-country.
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