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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

Before becoming one of country music's most popular females, Miranda Lambert successfully auditioned for Nashville Star, a reality TV series modeled on the American Idol format. She eventually finished third in the competition, earning a recording contract with Sony. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, released in 2007, established Lambert as one of country's newest "bad girls," a designation that nodded to the fiery temperament of her music. Her songs spun tales of cheating boyfriends and domestic abuse, and they...
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