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There’s not a whole lot of rascality to be found on Rascal Flatt’s self-titled debut album. It’s likewise true that this 2000 release isn’t exactly flat either — there’s an effervescent energy here that’s positively infectious. Members Gary Levox, Jay DeMaracus and Joe Don Rooney recall Poco, the (early) Eagles and other ‘70s country-rock combos in their seamless harmonizing. The Southern-accented shuffle of “Prayin’ For Daylight” and the steady rock tempo of “Waiting All My Life” lay down a strong rhythmic pulse behind the trio’s vocal interweavings. Lyrically, Rascal Flatts explores the joys and sorrows of the modern-day Middle American while betraying an old-fashioned sentimental streak. “This Everyday Love” celebrates family ties, “Long Slow Beautiful Dance” recaptures the hopes of budding romance and “One Good Love” catches the longing for the elusive Ms. Right. The most affecting track is “I’m Moving On,” a sparsely-arranged post-breakup ballad. At its best, the album has the easy-going, warm-hearted mood of a living room jam session. Overall, Rascal Flatts offers top-grade country-pop with wholesome flair.

Customer Reviews

i love it!! <3

This album is given 5 stars by me! It is rascal flatts debut album and did amazingly well. i love their singles from it... prayin' for daylight, this everyday love, while you loved me, and im movin on. These songs are ones people can relate too. If you are a fan of country...definetely buy it!... if you aren't a fan of country... and think its soo bad still look into this album and their other two melt & feels like today because there are so many types of songs i bet you'll find one you like!

I love this album!

"I've dealt with my ghosts And I've faced all my demons Finally content with a past I regret I've found you find strength In your moments of weakness For once I'm at peace with myself I've been burdened with blame Trapped in the past for too long I'm movin' on" Do I need to say anything more? Wow. Amazing CD.

My take on Rascal Flatts

This is a very good cd. It is slower in tempo compaired to some of their more recent cds, but it still has that same feel. The songs are written just as well when compaired to their other cds. They have a mastery of putting together meaningful lyrics that normal everyday people can appreciate. This cd is one of many good work for rascal flatts. I recomend this to not only country fans, but any music fan.


Formed: 1999 in Columbus, OH

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A country trio known primarily for its pleasing harmonies and Grammy-winning songcraft, Rascal Flatts comprises Gary LeVox, Jay Demarcus, and Joe Don Rooney. Cousins Demarcus and LeVox grew up in Columbus, Ohio, a town Demarcus eventually left in 1992 to pursue a music career in Nashville. Meanwhile, LeVox pursued his own musical success with a Christian group; at the behest of his cousin, however, he also relocated to Nashville toward the decade's end. Although LeVox quickly found work as the keyboardist...
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