Despite their massive popularity and years of continuing success, Jason Boland & The Stragglers are one of the most underappreciated bands of all time.

The Stragglers are easily one of the best country bands ever assembled, but not enough folks know this. As far as we're concerned the entire damn world oughta be singing along to "Somewhere Down in Texas." Hell, if all was right then "When I'm Stoned" would be over-played on country radio.

For two decades Boland hasn't changed his style, his delivery, not even the central theme for most of his music - but it's always good. Often it's great. Yet, his music is under-served to country music lovers. These poor, poor people.

Here are our Top 5 Jason Boland & The Straggler songs of-all-time

5. Comal County Blue

It's the title track from his '09 album and there's just no argument -- another home run from Boland.

4. Dark & Dirty Mile

The title track off his '13 Shooter Jennings produced album is outstanding, and it was co-written with Stoney LaRue.

3. Proud Souls

As a young jock in 2002, I began playing this song off of a burned CD a friend gave me. The only problem was I didn't know the title, so I took a stab at it and went with "Passion and Losing Friends." C'mon now, you can't be held up from sharing greatness by something as trivial as the proper title. Y'all truly take the internet for granted.

2. Telephone Romeo

You know it's good if Kid Rock steals ruins covers it.

1. Somewhere Down in Texas

The song is so soft yet smacks so hard -- and in the manliest voice I can muster it's beautiful. Originally included on his Pearl Snaps album, it may be the best example of a song that could make the most hardened bagel-loving-Yankee wanna move to the Lone Star State. Not an easy task for an Okie.

Now it's your turn. Which ones make your Top 5 Jason Boland & The Stragglers songs of all time?