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This discount-priced compilation covers Lonestar's country hitmaking period of 1996-2004, including 14 of the band's 16 country Top Tens, among them the chart-toppers "No News," "Come Cryin' to Me," "Amazed," "Smile," "What About Now," "Tell Her," "I'm Already There," "My Front Porch Looking In," and "Mr. Mom." (Two Top Tens, "With Me" and "Walking in Memphis," are missing, replaced by a number 12, "Unusually Unusual," and a number 13, "Say When.") The chronological sequencing gives a sense of Lonestar's gradual homogenization, as it moves from the relatively honky tonk spirit of "Tequila Talkin'" to highly sentimental female-friendly ballads like "Amazed" and especially "I'm Already There" (their biggest hit of all). Lonestar is largely a singles band, and 16 Biggest Hits provides an economical way to collect their most popular singles on one disc.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

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

Though their name might lead you to believe that Lonestar was formed in Texas, the quintet actually hails from Tennessee. Originally called Texassee, the band features Richie McDonald (lead vocals, guitar), John Rich (lead vocals, bass), Michael Britt (lead guitar, background vocals), Dean Sams (keyboard, background vocals), and Keech...
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