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Album Review

On their sixth album, Unstoppable, Rascal Flatts trade their "aw shucks" persona for a title that Michael Jackson somehow missed in his King of Pop phase, and act like superstars rather than boys next door made good. Almost nothing about Unstoppable is modest, not the sounds, not the sentiments — only the songs, whether they're sports-bar party anthems like "Summer Nights"; glistening, tightly wound crossover pop like "Close" and its breezy counterpart "She'd Be California"; or arena ballads like the first single, "Here Comes Goodbye." Despite a lot of driving, sequenced rhythms, most of the record feels as if it belongs in the arena ballad category, thanks to how every track comes across as waves of gleaming sound topped by the group's harmonies. The smoothness is overwhelming and Rascal Flatts seem certain of their own invincibility.

Customer Reviews

Flatts are back

After the passable Still Feels Good, Rascal Flatts return to form with their 6th album, Unstoppable. It's not quite up there with the awesome Me And My Gang but the Flatts have produced 11 excellent songs, including in my opinion three absolute instant classics. They are the title track Unstoppable, the single Here Comes Goodbye and the bittersweet Things That Matter. This is one Flatts album you can put on shuffle and not worry about which song comes up. That's a hallmark of a great album. Just can't stop playing the title track, it is amazing and confirm the Flatts as masters of country rock.


i love all the song!! never liked country but now i love rascal flatts and taylor swift




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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