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- Dierks Bentley (2003)
- Modern Day Drifter (2005)
- Long Trip Alone (2006)
- Feel That Fire (2009)
- Up on the Ridge (2010)
- Home (2012)
- Awesome McCoolname: Dierks (rhymes with "works").
- Break Up Song: "Settle for a Slowdown". She's leaving him in her car. He says, "I'm not asking you to turn back around / But I'd settle for a slowdown."
- Distracted by the Sexy: "I was thinkin' 'bout a little white tank top sittin' right there in the middle by me" is a line in the chorus to "What Was I Thinkin'".
- Let X Be the Unknown: Jim Beavers, co-writer of "How Am I Doin'" (and brother of songwriter-producer Brett Beavers), credited himself as "Writer X" on the song.
- Lyrical Dissonance: For a party song, "Am I the Only One" is rather… lethargic sounding.
- New Sound Album: Up on the Ridge was not only a radical departure into bluegrass, but also his first produced by Jon Randall instead of Brett Beavers. Randall also produced Home, which otherwise returns Dierks to his signature sound.
- Studio Chatter: At the end of "How Am I Doin'", a musician says "You feelin' better, big guy?" and Dierks responds, "Uh, not really, dude."
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