R.I.D.E. is the third studio album by American country music group Trick Pony. It is the group's only recording for the Asylum-Curb label. The album's name is an abbreviation for "Rebellious Individuals Delivering Entertainment". This album includes the singles "The Bride", "It's a Heartache", and "Ain't Wastin' Good Whiskey on You". Two of the tracks on this album are cover songs: "It's a Heartache" is a cover of a pop standard which has been recorded by Juice Newton, Lorrie Morgan, Rod Stewart and Bonnie Tyler, whose version was a Top Ten hit on both the Billboard Hot 100 and country charts in 1978, while "Señorita" was previously recorded by Los Lonely Boys on their 2004 self-titled album.

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