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Miranda Lambert lives up to expectations here, reprising her role as the gun-toting firebrand with a heart of gold. While tracks like "White Liar" and "Only Prettier" court rock fans with their peppy crunch, the highlights are the thoughtful moments, such as the stirring "The House That Built Me," about returning to one's childhood home.

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Obvi its fabulous! are the ultimate best country singer
Your tunes are powerful
Your lyrics are gr8
Two enthousiastic thumbs up!

A Modern Country Masterpiece

In Miranda's first two albums, she showed us hints of genius, but her weaknesses were also very obvious. In this, her third album, she has ironed out all of her music's previous problems and given us what I believe to be the best album of the year, just beating out Brad Paisley's latest. Every song is packed with such emotion and she really gives her all. She shows her rocker side on tracks like Sin for a sin, That's the way the world goes round. Then she turns things around and showcases her beautiful raw side on Love Song, Virginia Bluebell and The House that built me. She gives us traditional country in Makin' Plans and Airstream Song (my personal favourite from the record). She shows us her tongue-in-cheek humour with Only Prettier (second-favourite song), Time to get a gun and Heart like mine. She really covers all bases with this album! Now, with 15 tracks, there are bound to be a couple of duds in the mix and there are here. No matter how many times I listen to it, I can't get into Maintain the Pain, while I am slowly coming along to Somewhere trouble don't go. But overall, a fantastic album that is worth every penny. I wish radio would get around to respecting this girl with more airtime. Dead Flowers was her second-best single she's ever released (after More Like Her, possibly my favourite Miranda song of them all) and White Liar is a great little country beat! I was sure that Dead Flowers would become a #1 song, but it peaked in the 30s, which was a shocker to me. When all is said and done, this album beings a bit more respect to female country music. While Taylor Swift has been the torch-bearer the past 3 years, and rightfully so as she makes solid music, there has been a serious lack of female country music, with people like Trisha, Sara Evans and Leann Rimes, among others, nowhere to be found. If you only buy one album this year, please make it this one!

Thanks Miranda :)

Miranda Lambert's music is the best way to mend a broken heart


Born: November 10, 1983 in Lindale, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Miranda Lambert defied all conventional notions of how a credible country career should proceed. Following an adolescence where she alternated between singing and acting, she came to prominence not as the winner but as a runner-up on the 2003 American Idol knockoff Nashville Star, a dubious stepping stone to stardom if ever there was one, but Lambert's 2005 Kerosene obliterated any notion that she was a reality TV refugee. Filled with lithe, powerful, neo-traditional country songs, many penned by...
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