By Alanna Nash
Updated September 24, 1999 at 04:00 AM EDT

Tight Rope

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B&D’s party-and-pain formula is way too predictable by album No. 6: ”Beer Thirty” sounds like a rewrite of ”Boot Scootin’ Boogie” and songs like ”Texas and Norma Jean” — which recalls an encounter with Marilyn Monroe — strain credibility. But when Ronnie Dunn launches into his three-minute soliloquies on relationships gone wrong (most effectively on a remake of John Waite’s ”Missing You”), the world slows to the tempo of tears. B

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Tight Rope

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