Opening the iTunes Store.If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.Progress Indicator
Opening the iBooks Store.If iBooks doesn't open, click the iBooks app in your Dock.Progress Indicator

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To preview and buy music from Four the Record (Deluxe Edition) by Miranda Lambert, download iTunes now.

Already have iTunes? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.

I Have iTunes Free Download
iTunes for Mac + PC

Four the Record (Deluxe Edition)

Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download music.

Album Review

Firmly established as a formidable country star with her 2009 album Revolution, Miranda Lambert takes some liberties on its 2011 sequel, Four the Record, letting the music breathe and not being afraid to have no less than eight of its 15 songs bear credits by other writers. No other Lambert album relies so heavily on tunes from other songwriters, and while it’s certainly true she may have been kept busy by her side project Pistol Annies (a trio with Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, whose album appeared just two months before Four the Record and contained eight Lambert co-writes), the lack of emphasis on writing shifts focus to the music, which is assured, relaxed, and varied. After slowly opening with “All Kinds of Kinds,” the album hits a slinky, quirky blues grind on “Fine Tune,” cruises into rocking country on “Fastest Girl in Town,” kicks up dust on “Mama’s Broken Heart,” gets real gone on the honky tonk throwback “Same Old You,” belts out country-soul on “Baggage Claim,” and does a soft shoe shuffle on “Easy Living,” all sly but substantial changes of pace that give Four the Record considerable depth. Despite the fiery album cover, Lambert isn’t playing to her caricature: what makes her compelling isn’t her tough girl schtick, it’s her casual versatility, and with Four the Record, she’s digging deeper than ever before and finding considerable riches. [This deluxe edition includes bonus track "Hurts to Think," as well as a DVD of bonus material and behind-the-scenes footage.]

Customer Reviews

its like home

every time i listen to miranda's music its like home. its like talking to your best friends. its like crying when you need it , laughing when you should , and loving so raw and real. its like telling life how you really feel , its like breathing in the night sky with your man and a beer in your hand. . i downloaded this as soon as i could and now im listening to it as much as i can . i love love love the slow and sweet love songs. I love the sound of fine tune.

miranda always pushes country music to its best but keeps it classic and soulful at the same time. you know its a great albumn when it gives you goosebumps. love love love.

obviously i am obsessed with her music.. get pistol annies albumn too. its amazing!!!!

well i must go, this is my frist ever review!


Baggage Claim Being Explicit

Have we gotten so PC (If that's the right word) on things where one swear word (Which is used all the time in PG-13 Movies now) makes the entire song Explicit? I am of course talking about Baggage Claim, which is a pretty good song but at the end she swears and it makes the entire song (And album) explicit? Isn't that going a little overboard? There is nothing explicit about that song and I wish people weren't so sensitive when it comes to language, when it's spoken every single day all around us.

I'm currently listening to the Album and it's pretty good so far. I'm not sure if some of these songs could be considered "Country" though (Like Fine Tune and Fastest Girl in Town) but the songs I've heard sound really nice. Still haven't heard the "House has Built me" version on this album and probably still think Revolution is a better album, but this one is a solid 4 stars so far. I just didn't want to downgrade the album because of the explicit complaint.


Another great album from our good'ol Texas native Miranda...
Every track is just a masterpiece, and it was well worth the wait!!
Best song I've heard, has be to Over You! a track that she wrote with husband Blake, about his brother that was involved in a car accident and died...very touching.


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 as not the winner but a runner-up on the 2003 American Idol knockoff Nashville Star, a dubious stepping stone to stardom if there ever were 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 Lambert...
Full Bio
Four the Record (Deluxe Edition), Miranda Lambert
View In iTunes

Customer Ratings