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Still Feels Good

Rascal Flatts

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Rascal Flatts don’t come from the hell-raising side of country — their turf is decidedly family-friendly. That said, they still manage to get a little steamy and break a few hearts, as Still Feels Good (2007) demonstrates. On this album, tracks like “Take Me There” and “No Reins” transcend regional references to create an All-American mood of romantic affirmation and self-empowerment. As before, the harmonies are the main attraction, with Gary LeVox’s lead vocals blending seamlessly with those of Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus. There are also a few new wrinkles in evidence, such as the Big & Rich-like “Bob That Head,” a groove-driven celebration of big truck love. Among the more reflective tunes, “It’s Not Supposed To Go Like That” stands out for its telling glimpses of bad choices and fatal mistakes. LeVox delivers his most sultry performance on “She Goes All The Way,” featuring a surprising walk-on by Jamie Foxx. Pedal Steel and banjo add down-home accents to the smoothly-arranged, guitar-centered sound. Still Feels Good lives up to its title — rather than making any radical departures, the band mostly sticks to the familiar and reaps the anticipated rewards of doing so.

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OMG! It's amazing!! Definitely worth the wait!!

Not even midnight and it's here already! Yay!! Take Me There: We've all heard it on the radio and it's still great! Here: Wow. That's all I can say...WOW! Bob That Head: Definitely my new jam! So cheesy! Help Me Remember: Takes a few listens before it really sticks. Still Feels Good: Sometimes title tracks aren't great, but this one takes the cake. Winner At a Losing Game: A song about what we've all been through! No Reins: I think this is their second single from this album & it just sounds amazing blaring out of the speakers! Every Day: Awww...for that special someone. Secret Smile: Ohhhh!! Definitely one of those songs you'll never get out of your head! Better Now: When you want that person back in your life.. She Goes all the Way: The Flatt's go all the way with this one. How Strong Are You Now: Whoa, this one hit deep. It's Not Supposed to Go Like That: A good song to close off the album. Very well done! This album is a definite buy & you won't regret it. If you've liked ANY of the Flatts' older stuff, you'll love the new album!

Still Feels Good, I'd Say It Feels Great

You will have to forgive me. For the most part, I am a novice in country music. I know probably a total of 5 country singers, and they are not really a reach for many people to know. However, even I know enough about country music to be a fan of Rascal Flatts. One thing I am surprised about is the lack of hype leading up to the release about their newest album, Still Feels Good. Most people were not even aware of their new album, and I couldn't believe that all of people, Rascal Flatts didn't warrant a pre-order. Even if you are not a fan of country music, you have to show respect for their ability to create mainstream hits in the toughest market. Their last album went 4 times platinum and topped the chart. Rascal Flatts had even generated enough popularity to have the lead song on the soundtrack to the movie "Cars". First single Take Me There has already is steadily growing in popularity, and this could not be a better time to release a country because of the recently released albums by heavyweights Reba McEntire and Kenny Chesney. Let's take a closer look: Take Me There: the album's first single. Great buildup to the chorus. This song was actually written by Kenny Chesney. Best song, hands down. 5/5 Stars. Here- the albums' best bridge. Another nice, up-tempo track that will appeal to the mainstream crowd. 5/5 Stars. Bob That Head- this is meant to be more of a playful song. Overall, it doesn't work. The chorus is not successful. 2.5/5 Stars. Help Me Remember- great lyrics. This is one of the better ballds on the album. The song talks about trying to reminisce over all of the good times, and how important it is to enjoy them while they last. 5/5 Stars. Still Feels Good- another playful song. This one is a success. 4/5 Stars. Winner At A Losing Game- very meaningful lyrics. The song is a little too slow, but it is probably for the best, so that the emphasis on these wonderful lyrics. 4.5/5 Stars. No Reins- the album's probable second single. This song is all about roaming free and enjoying each moment. 5/5 Stars. Every Day- the song is a very well-balanced. It is mainly a ballad, but at the chorus, it plays like a faster song. 4/5 Stars. Secret Smile- the title is very appropriate. You just get the feeling of a bright, sunny day when listening to this song. 5/5 Stars. Better Now- a like the direction Rascal Flatts took with this song. They are not known for songs about relationships, but they gave it a try, and ended up with a solid song. 4/5 Stars. She Goes All The Way- this is just an average song. The lyrics are very nice, but something doesn't click. 3/5 Stars. Hoy Strong Are You Know- great display of vocalism. Another song that builds up leading to the chorus. 4.5/5 Stars. It's Not Supposed To Go Like That- a very solid end to the album. This is one of the most powerful ballads by Rascal Flatts, and a nice way to send off the listener. 5/5 Stars. Top 5 Songs: 1)Take Me There 2)No Reins 3)It's Not Supposed To Go Like That 4)Secret Smile 5)Here Final Thoughts: Racsal Flatts really hit home with Still Feels Good. One thing that stands out to me is how well-balanced this album is. Sure, there are great up-tempo hits, but the heart of the album is in the ballads that scatter throughout the entire album. Rascal Flatts's last two albums have reached the status of 4 times platinum, and I expect this album to duplicate that feat. It is amazing how Rascal Flatts has continued to stay on top of their game through their whole career. They continue to be one of the better artists of this decade.

Yes their back and Oh Yea, it Still Feels Good.

Here is the breakdown on the most anticipated country album this year. 1. Take me there. A awesome song. Should be the number one song on I tunes. If you are going to buy a song from this album, buy this one. It is unbelievable good. 2. Here. Another great song. A song about how your heart got to where it is today. That you wouldn’t change a thing. Awesome chores. 3. Bob That Head. One of my favorite songs on this album. It has a awesome rhythm. Should be a single. 4. Help Me Remember. Another great song. Great rhythm +awesome chorus = a single. 5. Still Feels Good. A song about Rascal Flatts. It still feels good to listen to them. To here their songs in the car, at home, or at work. 6. Winner at a losing game. Herd it could be a single. Probably will be. It’s a awesome song. A song about love. 7. No reins. A fast moving rhythm song. I love this song. it’s just a great song. 8. Every day. Wow, another great song. Has great lyrics. A song about how a person saves you everyday. 9. Secret Smile. A nice upbeat song. A great song. 10. Better now. Could be a single. Very good song. 11. She Goes All The Way. A good wedding song. Jamie Foxx is the guest artist. 12. How Strong are You Now. Awesome song. Very strong vocals on this song. 13. Not Suppose To Go Like That. A very sad song. Probable Singles: Take Me There.( Already a single) Here Bob That Head Help Me Remember Still Feels Good Winner at a losing game Not Suppose To Go Like That. In all, another great album from Rascal Flatts.Please click yes if you love Rascal Flatts and/or have been waiting for this album for mounths

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Columbus, OH

Genre: Country

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

A country trio known primarily for its pleasing harmony and Grammy-winning songcraft, Rascal Flatts are comprised of 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...
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