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Spitfire

June 4, 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Label: Curb Records
  • Copyright: (c) 2013 Curb Records, Inc.
  • Total Length: 50:17
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  • ASIN: B00CM3AXPK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,251 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Her voice is beautiful.
Violet
Basically what I'm trying to say is that if we all purchased music based on the private lives of these musicians, music would simply not exist as we know it!!
Joi'
I'm not really a huge country music fan, but I am a fan of good music.
Joseph Valenzuela

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39 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Daenerys Targaryen on June 12, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I am a fan of music, and I enjoy all types from classical to metal. I gave this album a chance on that premise, and it truly is not enjoyable music. My husband listens to country a majority of the time, and he feels the album sounds like music from a young teenager. The adult subject matter in the songs is the only way to know it is not music from someone in their teens. It truly doesn't stack up to her early work, and she seems to be lacking the spark she once had. I find most of the glowing 5 star reviews and most of the overly negative 1 star reviews to be very insulting to true music fans. It seems a lot of the 5 star reviews merely wanted to defend her as a person, and a lot of the 1 star reviews wantes to bash her as a person. I'd prefer to read five honest 4 star reviews than any amount of 1 star or 5 star reviews based off of personal opinions of a person instead of the music. Hopefully she goes back to what made her great in the beginning of her career, and releases an album that is more enjoyable than this one.
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41 of 62 people found the following review helpful By MReader on April 16, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I just purchased the UK version of Spitfire that came out on 4/15. I've been a fan of LeAnn's music since the 90's but her crazy personal life has thrown everyone a curveball. I knew Spitfire would feature songs related to the affair and her "side" of the story so I was excited to listen. After hearing the whole album I was surprised because I thought it could have been better. Yes songs like "Borrowed," "What Have I Done," "Where I Stood," and "I Do Now" are deep and personal but nothing is really catchy. For example, Alannis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill was deep and personal but it was catchy and radio friendly, the tracks on Spitfire are just bland. When I heard the concept for "Just A Girl" which was a song about LeAnn referring to Brandi Glanville (Eddie's ex) I thought it was strange how upbeat and carefree the beat sounded. I figured it would have been a slower arrangement considering shes talking about taking chances on a man who broke Brandi's heart initially. It just didn't fit the song. I do applaud LeAnn for writing and singing such deeply personal songs but something is missing here and i'm not sure what it is.

The fan's have waited over 3 years for Spitfire and it really had potential to be spectacular but it is just average to me. LeAnn should stop focusing on Hollywood and twitter and get back to putting music as her #1 top priority because with Spitfire it shows that the music has taken a back seat. There are some good tracks on Spitfire that deserve a listen, I listed them below.

Top Tracks:
God Takes Care of Your Kind
You've Ruined Me
I Do Now
Where I Stood
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39 of 59 people found the following review helpful By franciewill on June 10, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I don't care about her private life and was looking forward to the vocals because she has a beautiful voice. After reading some reviews saying it was her best album yet and seeing her all over yahoo and the news promoting it, I thought it would be amazing and could not wait to hear it. But, I was highly disappointed. I couldn't understand the words a lot of times and when I could it was almost childish. That one verse where it says you would have to have a brain just reminded me of middle school. I found the album boring and it stirred no real emotion in me and that is rare. Her voice at times is like she is shouting and its not easy on the ears. I just didn't experience what the reviews led me to think I would. It left me with an "what is this"? type of feeling. Even the song Spitfire, which I thought would be pretty emotional and full of fire, was so childishly boring that I was literally stumped as to where the energy was. I don't understand why I felt nothing. It was more an album of "look at how I feel" and not meant to make the customer personally feel anything. I loved Leann but this is the worst I have ever heard from her. I hope the next one is worth the money.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ligs on February 15, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Half of the words she sang I couldn't tell what she was singing .made my stomach churn and bile rise knowing what she was singing about sleeping with someone else's husband while his wife and kids were waiting for him at home then bragging about not good .and then to top it off the woman she did the dirt on she then allowed Brand is 6 yr old son listen and sing a song that not only slags his mom off but about her having sex with sons dad which then broke up that poor child's home life yeah nice one LeAnn,I suppose all home wreakers every where need an idol and they found it in LeAnn only song I did like (only a little )was what have I done.
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31 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Gnee on June 11, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I think if she gave away some of these songs to another singer it'd have been better.. It's like nails on a chalkboard ripping into her poor ex and again- Brandi,,, jaw drop shock this girl has zero insight and sensitivity is absent.. It's like when brad Pitt put pics of him and Angela on a magazine cover "sensitivity chip" missing .. I refuse to buy the Album as I've demo d the songs... And i cant stomach the lyrics.., Shame on her ... I wanted her to mature and like this album.. Mabe she ll gain some humility on the next one ..
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25 of 38 people found the following review helpful By JennVB on June 11, 2013
Format: Audio CD
For those of you who love Country music, please save your money. I have adored this woman's voice since I first heard her open her mouth and sing "Blue". However, in all of the time it's taken her to write material and put together her long-awaited new album, I honestly thought I would hear pure gold when it dropped. Instead...a resounding THUMP. Don't get me wrong, LeAnn can still carry a tune, but perhaps she should rely on the readily available song writing talent in Nashville to help her with her next album. The music and lyrics did nothing to grab me or make me want to hit "repeat" on my iPod; that's a first for me concerning Ms. Rimes. After reading the NY Times review, my enthusiastic spark for new sound from LeAnn was on fire. After listening to the album all weekend long and trying to find *anything* catchy, that spark has been extinguished. Now I'm just bummed that a former Country great is gone AND I'd like my money back.
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