12 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Bless the Broken Road,” “Feels Like Today,” and “Where You Are” emanate pure sunshine, feeling like gospel songs even though they contain universally relatable secular lyrics. The brightness and fullness of Rascal Flatts’ sound is unmatched, even amongst the high production values of Nashville. At the forefront of this powerful recipe lie the emotional urgency and immaculate clarity of Gary LeVox’s soaring lead vocals.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Bless the Broken Road,” “Feels Like Today,” and “Where You Are” emanate pure sunshine, feeling like gospel songs even though they contain universally relatable secular lyrics. The brightness and fullness of Rascal Flatts’ sound is unmatched, even amongst the high production values of Nashville. At the forefront of this powerful recipe lie the emotional urgency and immaculate clarity of Gary LeVox’s soaring lead vocals.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
729 Ratings
729 Ratings
Chris ,

amazzzzingggg

This is probably one of the best Rascal Flatts albums I own. All the songs are amazing and don't get tiring, Skin is such a good song and as most of the songs do, it has an extraordinary meaning to it. The lyrics are awsome as well as the music itself. HIGHLY RECOMEND THIS ALBUM TO ANYONE, whether you like country or not!

reagan ,

the best album ever.....

you know how you get a cd and you only like maybe one or two songs on it and after awhile they get old, well i can put this album in and listen to the whole thing over and over again. there is just something about the songs and about the singing that just doesn't get old or boring. it is an awesome album and if you havent bought it i suggest anyone who likes rascal flatts or i'd even go to the extreme of saying if you like country music then you should definitely like this cd!!!!

cantina ,

Some real highs

Fast Cars and Freedom grabbed my attention the first time I heard the song. Otherwise Rascal Flatt's distinctive vocals stand out in a crowd even if the material sometimes doesn't. Skin, however, is an example of the way that country music can take themes that would be considered hokey in other styles and make them truly powerful and transcendent.

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