Florida Georgia Line earns their very first #1 album, although it may be the worst country album ever

Florida Georgia Line Anything Goes

First, the good news – Florida Georgia Line is proving that their first album, "Here's To The Good Times," wasn't just a fluke in the hit album department after their newest offering, "Anything Goes," earned them their very first #1 album on the all-genre Billboard 200 and Billboard Top Country Albums charts. It sold a respectable 197,105 copies its first week. 

Now the bad news – according to Saving Country Music's review, this album is quite possibly "the worst album ever released in the history of country music."

That's a bold statement considering how many shitty country albums there are out there. 

Even if you're Florida Georgia Line's biggest fan and worship the ground they walk on, Triggerman's review is worth a read if only for how damn eloquent he is in his hatred of this album.

I haven't listened to "Anything Goes" yet so I have no opinion one way or the other on its quality, but I know the review entertained me. And that's saying a lot because I personally hate music reviews almost as much as Saving Country Music hates this album.