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Unstoppable

Rascal FlattsAudio CD
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Rascal Flatts (Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney) will release their ninth studio album, REWIND (Big Machine Records), featuring the nostalgic title track. Spearheaded by DeMarcus, members of Rascal Flatts co-produced more than half of the album with acclaimed producers Howard Benson and Dann Huff contributing to several of the 13 standard and four deluxe tracks for a Target ... Read more in Amazon's Rascal Flatts Store

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  • Audio CD (April 7, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: April 7, 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Lyric Street
  • ASIN: B001AQRXS0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,298 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Love Who You Love
2. Here Comes Goodbye
3. Close
4. Forever
5. She'd Be California
6. Unstoppable
7. Things That Matter
8. Summer Nights
9. Holdin' On
10. Once
11. Why

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2009 release, the seventh album from the enormously successful Country trio. Rascal Flatts have sold more than 18 million units with three consecutive albums hitting the #1 spot on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Their success has earned them numerous ACM, CMA and AMA Group Of The Year awards. So, when they optimistically title their album Unstoppable, you better believe it! 11 tracks including the single 'Here Comes Goodbye'.

About the Artist

If any act embodies the place to which country music has evolved in the new century, it is Rascal Flatts. Since their inception a decade ago in 1999, the trio has helped change the face of popular music. Their trademark sound--Gary LeVox's powerfully emotive lead vocals coupled with the soaring harmonies of Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney, set amid world-class arrangements and production, have made the band the standard bearers for cutting-edge country. Drawing on Nashville's best tunesmiths and their own enviable songwriting skills, they have released, in songs like "These Days," "Bless The Broken Road," "What Hurts The Most" and "Take Me There," some of the most important and successful music to come out of Nashville in recent years. Along the way, they have placed 10 #1 singles and 20 Top Tens, seen every one of their studio albums go multi-platinum, with total sales approaching 19 million, been the ACM and CMA top vocal group every year since 2003, and won multiple American Music Awards and People's Choice Awards.

They have made such growth their mission since their beginnings in 1999, following a conversation between Jay and Joe Don, who were band mates working with Chely Wright.

"Man," said Jay, "you've got to come hear my cousin Gary sing." Jay and Gary had begun attracting a following at the Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar in Nashville's Printers Alley.

"Somewhere around the 13th of January in 1999," Joe Don says, "Jay called me and said, 'Dude, our guitar player can't make it. Any way you could come sit in with us?' I said, 'Hell, yeah,' grabbed my guitar and amp and made it to the club by 8."

All three were blown away by their collective sound, and they began playing as a trio, up to seven hours a night. Soon label executives had caught the buzz and were dropping by to see them. They cut some demos and by late that year they had been signed to Lyric Street. That began a string of hits that made the band one of country's most successful acts. Songs like "Prayin' For Daylight," "Mayberry," "Fast Cars and Freedom," "My Wish" and "Stand," and albums like Melt, Feels Like Today, Me And My Gang and Still Feels Good took them into the music world's stratosphere.

Along the way, their "Bless The Broken Road" was Grammy nominated for Country Song of the Year and Vocal Performance, became 2006's top-selling physical and digital artist in all genres, scored four #1 country albums and three #1 overall, and hit the Top 10 Billboard pop singles chart twice, among many other milestones.

"There's never been a method to our madness," says Joe Don. "We just cut the best songs we can, and through the years we get better at what we do."

They continue to carry the country banner into arenas and stadiums, humbled by how far their star has risen with a profound impact on the concert stage. In good economic times and bad, their tours have been marked by sellouts and venue attendance records, as their state-of-the-art production, high energy approach and hit-filled set list thrill audiences year in and year out.

The guys have performed for millions of fans in the last few years and recently wrapped their "Bob That Head Tour." They will kick off a new summer tour in June 2009- "Rascal Flatts American Living Unstoppable Tour." J. C. Penney Company, Inc. is an official sponsor of the tour and will promote American Living, the retailer's affordable, all-American lifestyle brand developed exclusively for the JCPenney customer by Polo Ralph Lauren's Global Brand Concepts. The fully integrated two-year sponsorship will kick off June 5, with the tour hitting approximately 60 cities across the nation each year.

"As a kid, you stand in front of your mirror and only dream about being able to sell out arenas and stadiums," says Gary. "And to be able to play a place like Wrigley Field and sell it out, you can't even dream that big. The feeling is awesome."

"We know how difficult it can be for people to lay down money to go to a concert," says Jay, "and I thank them profusely from the stage every night. Our main focus will always be to give them every penny's worth of entertainment value we can."

Their approach grows out of their own histories as music fans.

"When I saw Garth Brooks years ago," says Joe Don, "it was like going to a tractor pull at the fair--the sheer spectacle of it. I was so mesmerized. That's how I want people who come to our shows to be."

The three are committed family men who take seriously their role in the community. They are known for their charitable efforts, which have included raising millions of dollars for charities including the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt and for their work on the celebrity cabinet board of the American Red Cross.

At the core, though, is the three-way friendship and musical partnership dedicated to making records they would want to listen to and putting on shows they would want to attend. It is that approach that has brought so much pleasure to so many fans and given them such an enviable position in the musical world.

"It's just beyond measure," says Gary. "We get to touch people's lives through music. There's no greater gift in the world and we love it today more than when we got the record deal in '99. We're planning to be around for a long time."


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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ~catchy songs -- awesome cd~ April 8, 2009
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If you're a fan of Rascal Flatts, you will totally love this album! Top to bottom, the songs are all very strong. They all have amazing harmony, and cross many different musical genres. This should assure more of the same continued success that has given Rascal Flatts the honor of "top country group" at the ACM Awards for 7 consecutive years.

"Love Who You Love" starts off the CD with an awesome, classic Rascal Flatts song - which should soon be a sure-fire #1 hit. A Very catchy and upbeat tune, which features well written lyrics with a nice message. Their first single ("Here Comes Goodbye") is already #1 on the country charts, which it definitely deserves. It's a great power-ballad which features the amazing combination of Jay's piano playing, Gary's vocals, Jo Don's Guitar, and Dann Huff's production.

The title track is a very good song which is definitely hit material, as is "Once" (another potential single written by Jeffrey Steele). "Things That Matter" carries a message that so many of us need to hear, and it wastes no time getting the wise words across. "Summer Nights" is a perfect summer concert song, and a much more tasteful alternative to "Bob That Head" from their last album.

Overall, I think that the final track - "Why" - is the very best song on the album. It is an unbelievably powerful and emotional ballad, which deals with a sensitive topic in such a unique way. The lyrics will give you chills when you realize what they are really about. To me, this one has "Song of the Year" written all over it. A great ending to a really great album.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unstoppably Moving Forward April 7, 2009
Format:Audio CD
It is always a step forward for the members of Rascal Flatts (Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus, Joe Don Rooney), and never a step back. With the release of their sixth studio album, "Unstoppable," this record-setting Vocal Group of the Year strives to capture a wide range of emotions in the songs so as to provide their fans with lyrics that capture moments in their lives, and they do so in a way not even they have yet done. From the haunting vocals on "Forever" that have the ability to bring tears to the eyes to the upbeat tempo with incredible harmonies on "Summer Nights," these songs reach across all boundaries set by other artists of every genre.
With every new release, Rascal Flatts strive to release at least one song that touches the heart with its poignancy. On "Unstoppable," that song comes in the form of "Why," a heartbreaking ballad about the end of a "beautiful song" that stands as an implied metaphor for life. Through the simplicity of the instrumentals and vocals, this song attempts to bring sense to a suicide and delivers beautifully.
Other highlights on this disc include "Once," "Unstoppable," and "Close," but every track deserves a listening.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unstoppable - Rascal Flatts March 25, 2010
Format:Audio CD
When a person thinks of Rascal Flatts, he or she thinks of catchy pop country music that gets feet tappin' and voices singin' along; it's music that provides a melody to the lives of many country music fans. Whether it's songs about long lost love, faith, or having a good time, Rascal Flatts knows how to provide music for any occasion. In April 2009, Rascal Flatts yet again proved themselves among the country music elite when they released their album, Unstoppable. This being the group's sixth studio album release, the album title fits just fine; it's music that definitely confirms the group has no plans of stopping anytime soon.

As heard on most Rascal Flatts' albums, goodbye takes many different forms on Unstoppable. In Close, goodbye's seen as the choice not to delete an ex-lover's voicemail message or throw out and old Notre Dame T-shirt. In Holdin' On, it's seen as a lipstick-smeared can of Mountain Dew in the back of a pick-up truck. At a suicide victim's funeral, goodbye's seen as a survivor's guilt; a lingering, troubling, remembrance. In Once, (which was co-written by American Idol judge Kara Dioguardi) and Forever, goodbye is seen as a relationship lost. Even in the trio's first single from the album, Here Comes Goodbye (which was co-written by Season 6 American Idol finalist Chris Sligh), it takes on human form.

Although it may seem like it, misfortune and so-long's aren't the only themes on the record. She'd Be California is a fun-loving song that describes a woman which sounds like a girl right out of the Beach Boys' California Girls. The title track, Unstoppable, commemorates the powerful nature of love, while the first track off the album, Love Who You Love, urges the listener to tell his/her loved ones how much they are loved before it's too late.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a matter of perspective... April 7, 2009
Format:MP3 Music
I finally saw RF live in San Diego last month - like most artists, you can't fully appreciate what they're doing until you see a live performance. Incredible energy, fantastic musicians, personable - well worth the money. That said, the album follows a proven formula, but for me, its about being able to recall the live performance that makes it worth it - having seen their live performance, watching them play all the songs you hear on the radio, makes an otherwise run-of-the-mill album worth listening too. Agree w/ the Tennessee review re: $4.99 price tag - good value!
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