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Artist Karaoke Series: Rascal Flatts

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Album Review

Rascal Flatts are three average, nice guys. They make contemporary country-pop that's nice, but ever so slightly and satisfyingly a cut above average. Nothing on their eponymous debut deviates from the norm — it's squarely down the center of the mainstream, edging closer to pop than it does to real country — but it's sweetly endearing and unassuming. Take the lead song and single, "Prayin' for Daylight," for example. It's almost defiantly square, but the trio doesn't ever realize that it's not hip to be square — the very quality that makes it so much fun. They revel in their warm harmonies, bright production, catchy mid-tempo pop tunes, and ballads of heartbreak and love that always seem happy. Rascal Flatts never really changes their approach at any point during the album — many of the zippier songs sound a lot like "Prayin' for Daylight" and the slower numbers are just slower variations of that tune — but that doesn't matter, since this is an amiable, well-crafted, professional record. Are there some slow moments? Well, yes, but they pass by easily, thanks to the surface gloss and the boys' cheerful attitude. Rascal Flatts may not be weighty, but it's not supposed to be. It's designed to be a sunny, pleasing modern country-pop album, and that's exactly what it is.

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STUPID ALBUM

This is the first album that Rascal Flatts has put out that is dumb WHY would they put out a karaoke cd so dumb!!!!

Interesting Idea

While it may not pull in a lot of cash for Rascal Flatts, for people who look for the instrumental tracks to songs (me, for example) this is a pretty cool purchase.

Rascal flats my wish

Did not like karaoke version.

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Columbus, OH

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A country trio known primarily for its pleasing harmonies and Grammy-winning songcraft, Rascal Flatts comprised Gary LeVox, Jay Demarcus, and Joe Don Rooney. Cousins Demarcus and LeVox grew up in Columbus, Ohio, a town Demarcus eventually left in 1992 to pursue a music career in Nashville. Meanwhile, LeVox pursued his own musical success with a Christian group; at the behest of his cousin, however, he also relocated to Nashville toward the decade's end. Although LeVox quickly found work as the keyboardist...
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