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Miranda Lambert is known for being a renegade, unafraid to let it all hang out—and this is probably her loosest album of all. She makes Platinum a party, opening up her door to a host of talented friends, including Little Big Town on the slow-rolling, R&B-flavored "Smokin' and Drinkin'" and Carrie Underwood on the blues-rocking roof-raiser "Somethin' Bad." And whether she's delivering a honky-tonk ode to aging, like "Gravity Is a B**ch," or the wry, folky anthem of anachronism "Old Shit," Lambert sounds supremely comfortable in her own skin.

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The ULTIMATE in "country" POP CRAP

Madonna revisited. Don’t waste your money


Love her and her music!

Sounds good!

Alright, all albums now days have songs that are great and some not so great but Miranda has got a couple of more hits on this one. My 3 Favorites are Automatic, Another Sunday In the South, and Holding On to You! I believe all the fans will embrace Another Sunday In the South due to the references of all the old songs, bands, etc she sings about! Another good Album!


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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