12 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Miranda Lambert's debut was a game-changer, proving that a woman could be just as much of a badass as her male country contemporaries. Lambert breathes fire from the first moments, roaring out the revenge rocker "Kerosene" (co-written by Steve Earle) over snarling guitars and a steam-hammer beat. She's equally adept at ballads, though, as borne out by plaintive, bittersweet cuts like "Bring Me Down." But even Kerosene’s love songs drip with blood, sweat, and tears.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Miranda Lambert's debut was a game-changer, proving that a woman could be just as much of a badass as her male country contemporaries. Lambert breathes fire from the first moments, roaring out the revenge rocker "Kerosene" (co-written by Steve Earle) over snarling guitars and a steam-hammer beat. She's equally adept at ballads, though, as borne out by plaintive, bittersweet cuts like "Bring Me Down." But even Kerosene’s love songs drip with blood, sweat, and tears.

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