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Reseña de álbum

Georgia's chart-topping contemporary country-rock act Sugarland hit pay dirt on their first two albums — their Twice the Speed of Life debut and sophomore Enjoy the Ride sold over two million copies apiece. The duo of Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles initially had their roots in the Georgia alt-rock scene and connected with the more rockist sounds of 21st century country. Scoring hit single and after hit single, the songwriting duo became a top-selling concert draw, but in the pressure and hustle Bush and Nettles became somewhat unsatisfied with their writing and recording processes. For Love on the Inside, they flexed some hard-won industry muscle and successfully lobbied Mercury to let them co-produce their own record (with Byron Gallimore) and record in Georgia instead of Music City. The result is the most organic of Sugarland's three albums. Cut live from the floor, Bush and Nettles' vocals were tracked in the midst of a band playing around them with few overdubs. Repeated takes yielded performance-quality vocals and very natural-sounding guitars, B-3s, mandolins, pianos, and drums (from Matt Chamberlain no less). The songs here are entire levels above anything they've written. Love on the Inside is an album-length reflection on love in its many forms — from new love to grief, betrayal, regret, loss, and rediscovery. There's plenty of the personal in this set — Nettles went through a divorce during its creation (check "It Happens," "Keep You," and "Take Me as I Am").

The set hinges on the three songs at its heart: first is the innocent yet feverish first flush of new love on "We Run." Played mostly on acoustic instruments, it celebrates the birth of love as beginning and end in itself. There's the obsession and lump-in-your-throat heat that this is it. It is followed by "Joey," a song about a lost love that's too late to resurrect — the bereft and abandoned and once Beloved is no longer on the planet. The emotion in Nettles' voice — especially as it is buoyed by Bush's in the refrain and the wide-open ringing guitars and mandolins — is devastating. The trilogy ends with the magnificently poetic "Love." It commences with acoustic and electric guitars and Nettles asking questions as to the nature of our most mysterious emotion. Her lyrics are transcendent, profound. With a guitar riff worthy of U2 at their most anthemic, she asks, "Is it the one you call home?/Is it the Holy Land?/Is it standing right here, holding your hand...?/I say it's Love." When Bush enters with his deepest growl to underscore her every line, you'd have to have sawdust for blood not to be deeply, authentically moved. It seems to say, no matter whatever else it is, love is redemption. "Genevieve" is a romantic country gospel tune reminiscent of "Long Black Veil." There is also humor in the sideways tribute "Steve Earle," with its tongue firmly in cheek but devoid of simple novelty — Nettles' smile has a trace of the shadow as well. While this set is saturated with hunger and ambition, it's also confident and sophisticated — the album sounds as if they meant every word but had a great time making it. They prove they were always meant to be a live act whether in the studio or on a concert stage. [The Deluxe Fan Edition contains five bonus tracks, including stellar live versions of the Dream Academy hit "Life in a Northern Town" and Matt Nathanson's gorgeous "Come on Get Higher," as well as exclusive online bonuses.]

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10 stars, at least <3

I just finished listening to the album for the first time through and I had to come rate this 5 stars right away!! The album is so emotional...its happy, fun, sad, heart-wrenching, and sooo refreshing.... each song sounds different from any other SL song or ANY other song, for that matter. Its country, its bluegrass, its rock, its acoustic & folksy... each song is a new exploration of the sound of SL! Jenn and Kristian have kind of taken a step backwards [towards the type of music they both used to play separately before Sugarland (Jennifer Nettles Band & Billy Pilgrim)], but at the same time, they took a step forward as Sugarland, as a country band, and as musicians/singers/songwriters/producers...everything... This album is amazing & if you aren't a SL fan yet, you must be crazy [first of all], but this album will officially change your mind :)


After hearing Twice the Speed of Life and Enjoy the Ride, I wasn't sure how Sugarland could follow up with their 3rd album!! As always, I am impressed with Sugarland. Love On The Inside is, by far, their best album ever!! I can't stop listening to it . Here's a track by track rating: 1. All I Want To Do - 8.5/10 - very catchy chorus - good choice for a first single 2. It Happens - 9/10 - quirky and fun, with a great beat. probably will be a single someday, good track. 3. We Run - 9.5/10 - one of the best slower songs on the album, Jennifer really makes you believe and feel the meaning of the song. 4. Joey - 7.5/10 - Not one of my favorite songs, but you can tell it holds meaning in both of their hearts. 5. Love - 8/10 - pretty good slower song, jennifer's vocals really shine on this one. 6. Genevieve - 9/10 - great chorus, and i love Kristian's vocals at the end. 7. Already Gone - 10/10 - my favorite slow song on the album!! rumored to be the 2nd single?? i hope so!!! 8. Keep You - 8.5/10 - really good, you can feel the emotion. 9. Take Me As I Am - 100/10 - AMAZING!!!! hands down, my favorite track on the album!! The beat is fantastic, the lyrics are heartfelt and meaningful , i can't stop listening to it!! hopefully a single!!! 10. What I'd Give - 6.5/10- Actually , I think this is the weak point on the album. The way the song is set up just doesn't do anything for me. 11. Steve Earle - 8.5/10 - Hilarious!!! In some parts of the song , Jennifer speaks and her twang is right on key!!! 12. Very Last Country Song - 9/10 - one of the better slow songs on the album, i like it and it has a very reflective vibe to it. 13. Fall Into Me - 8.5/10 - really good bonus track!! great chorus 14. Operation:Working Vacation - 8/10 - after a while, the little ringing voices singing "operation, working vacation" get a little old, but overall a good track. 15. Wishing - 7.5/10 - not my favorite, but a solid bonus track. 16. Life In A Northern Town (Live)- 10/10 - LOVE IT!! This is an amazing song and Sugarland and Little Big Town and Jake Owen cover it fantastically!!!1 17. Come On Get Higher (Live) - 9/10 - Enormously catchy song, and a great live performance from Jennifer and Kristian. Overall, this is a FANTASTIC album!!!!! I reccomend buying the whole thing, you won't regret it. However, if you don't want to buy the whole thing , here are some suggested downloads: All I Want to Do, It Happens, We Run, Genevieve, Already Gone, Take Me As I Am, Life In A Northern Town (Live) GREAT JOB SUGARLAND!!! WE LUV YA!!!!

I can't keep myself from following the sound...

As that line from “We Run” states, I just can’t keep myself away from this band. Sugarland's third album, Love on the Inside, will certainly be remembered as one of their finest works. Love is the core theme, and it shines through on every note. The album is truly a musical and spiritual triumph. Many songs celebrate love (their current single "All I Want To Do," the innocent and passionate "We Run," and the sultry "What I'd Give"), while others explore the feelings that accompany its departure ("Joey," with its vague, haunting story, "Genevieve" and the chilling "Keep You"). "Already Gone," a warm and reflective piece, covers both ends of the spectrum. Perhaps the song that best captures the spirit of the album is "Love," a powerful ballad celebrating everything precious in this life we live. In addition to the central message, Sugarland also branches out to touch on other subjects. "Take me As I Am," a rock-flavored number, teaches self-worth through a character named Maggie Durant, while "It Happens" is a ligher, up-tempo song about learning to laugh when things go wrong. And the laugher doesn't stop there: the brash "Steve Earl" will have listeners rolling on the floor. "Very Last Country Song" paints a beautiful picture of country music's purpose. Finally, the five bonus songs are every bit as excellent as the twelve standard tracks, and shouldn't be overlooked. Sugarland has really outdone themselves--with 17 terrific, deep songs, they have achieved something great with Love on the Inside. Their songwriting is stronger than ever, and they continue to bring fresh melodies to the table. This record is raw, emotional, and one of the finest to hit modern country music. Sugarland has proven time and time again that they're one of the top acts in country music today, and this album attests to that.


Se formó en: 2002 en Atlanta, GA

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Sugarland comenzó como trío de cantautores del área de Atlanta, GA, donde cada uno era conocido como solista. El trío empezó a trabajar en 2002, y ese año lanzaron (como independientes) un EP con grabaciones demo y que se llamó Premium Quality Tunes. Luego de una serie de shows que originaron buenos comentarios, fueron contratados por Mercury, que lanzó un single de dos canciones en 2004, seguido de un álbum completo, Twice the Speed of Life, ese mismo año....
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