The "I Swear" Kentucky heartthrob is back with yet another album full of songs expressing utter devotion and rapt attention to his sweetheart. "Love Is Our Business" adheres to the romance-novel fantasy formula that's helped him sell some 15 million albums in recent years, but it has enough lyrical spunk and musical kick to make it stand out. The only place anything remotely resembling pain or regret sneaks in is in the post-breakup ballad "When Your Arms Were Around."
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