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For fans of individual characters on the ABC series Nashville — where actors actually perform the songs in the show — Big Machine's series of character-driven albums makes perfect sense. While it's true that all of the songs that co-lead Hayden Panettiere performed as Juliette Barnes have been issued on the series' four individual soundtracks, this 15-song set collects only those she performed in season one. While Panettiere's character plays the pop-country crossover queen and seems to be the most "hateable," it's only because she represents a kind of freedom — iconoclastic and unapologetic in its independence — that easily intimidates others who stand on ceremony. Hers is also the character that signifies the most commercial side of Nashville's music industry — and she totally delivers vocally. The first highlight is the rockist Americana of "Undermine," a duet with Charles Esten — who plays Deacon Clayborn — co-written by Kacey Musgraves and Trent Dabbs. In a study of contrasts, the slick, beat-conscious "Boys and Buses" works almost as well. The studio version of "Consider Me" is a poignant yet anthemic ballad (an acoustic version is also included). The finest moment on the recording is "We Are Water," a cover of the Patty Griffin tune. The pop/rock drive of "Used" showcases the hard-knocks side of Panettiere's character, while the stellar closer, "Nothing in This World Will Ever Break My Heart Again" — co-written by Sarah Buxton and Kate York — is a moving, emotionally resonant number; its string section recalls the Verve's "Bittersweet Symphony" in its arrangement.

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Hayden Panettiere!!

The reason why Nashville is awesome!!

been waiting for this

thank you! i love Nashvile :)

Awesome!

Love Hayden's songs and it's great that they finally thought to compile them individually on an album. I bought them all as they were released over the season, but there were a couple I missed, so am glad to add that to the collection. Love the character, Juliette, and her songs.

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Formed: October 10, 2012 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

The Nashville Cast is just that, a loose configuration of actors, singers, and musicians who are part of the cast of the ABC television series Nashville, which had its debut on October 10, 2012. The series chronicles the lives of various fictional movers and shakers swept up in Nashville's music industry, and the songs they sing, write, sell, and share are a big part of the show's appeal. The various songs and performances, both covers and originals, are part of an ongoing release series handled...
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