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  • Audio CD (June 3, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: June 3, 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Nashville
  • Run Time: 58 minutes
  • ASIN: B00IXLQJ2G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (634 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,044 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Darren O'Neill TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 3, 2014
Format: Audio CD
While most of Nashville's artists continue to put out music that's a tiny bit country and mostly pop or party music with little or no substance Miranda Lambert is going her own way by somehow both keeping her country roots strong and infusing her music with various styles of rock and roll.

Lambert is equally at home in songs like "Little Red Wagon" that screams garage rock, "Smokin' and Drinkin'" which harkens back to a lush 70's vocal sound, "Priscilla" which brings forward a rockabilly sound or the classic sounds of songs like "Old S***" which is old school country and "All That's Left" which is pure western swing.

"Hard Staying Sober," is what modern country should be with a lyric that talks about getting over someone after a breakup. It's hard driving, filled with steel guitar and Miranda's twangy vocals. It's real and hits the emotion hard the way a country song should.

The fact that every track has a vibe and sound of its own makes this 16 track album a pleasure to listen to from start to finish. The fact that the album isn't filled with a bunch of party anthems and instead brings us songs with substance about getting older, living in the spotlight and having real relationships make this a classic album in the making.

Back when Miranda was on "Nashville Star" I ordered her self-produced album through her web site and included a note saying that it was awesome to have such a young artist performing real country music. I was surprised to get a response from Miranda thanking me and saying that if I ever felt like she was straying too far from her roots to let her know. I think she's been doing just fine!

The bottom line is this is a great record that showcases exactly what has made Miranda one of the top artists out right now. Five stars all the way.
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Let me start off by saying that Miranda Lambert is my all-time favorite female country artist since Lorrie Morgan. I love her raw, raspy sound. I love the truth in her lyrics. I own every album she's released, with Kerosene and Revolution being my favorites! I will travel anywhere south of the mason Dixon line to see her perform. Seriously.

I am personally a little disappointed in this album...it's not the Miranda that I've loved from day one. It's totally different. I respect that she may be evolving as an artist, but I really miss those heartfelt ballads that I'm used to. I was so excited to listen to the eight track sneak peak, and I thought it was just ok. I thought for sure the best was being held back for Platinum's debut...I was disappointed. I know that Miranda has never been one to hold her tongue, but this album has a lot of bad language. Being a mom of three little ones, I'm not sure when I'll have the time to enjoy it alone. I know her past albums have had some iffy lyrics, but this album has many more.

I will say that this album is a mostly upbeat album. I do enjoy a few songs on it. I think Platinum is fun, especially because I'm blonde. I do enjoy little red wagon. I do like Priscilla, but I think it's kind of arrogant (I personally enjoy Blake Shelton on the voice and his albums, but he's not the "King." George is :))

I enjoy "holding on to you," but I wouldn't call it country. More like soft rock...Heck, idk. Just not country. "Another Sunday in the South" is my favorite, and in my opinion the most Mirandaesque song on this album.

My conclusion is that I enjoy listening to this cd, but I'm disappointed. I waited anxiously for another album from my favorite artist, and it doesn't feel right..

**Please respect my opinion..I'm not bashing. I LOVE her. I was hoping to LOVE this album. :(
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First I will start by saying I like this album. However, there are a few interesting high and low points. I am sure that a good majority of these songs are what I will call "speak-sung" in the nature of "Mama's Broken Heart". There aren't many ballad songs or lovey-dovey songs. In all of her previous albums there is at least one song that struck a chord with me. I haven't found one one here.
Girls: Not sure I understand the lyric "If you think you're the only one she'll want in this world then you don't know nothin' about girls." Makes me feel like women cheat or something. Otherwise decent. B-
Platinum: A fun song but the "chatter of women" in the beginning is quite confusing. Too quiet to understand. Upbeat about being a blonde and getting your way basically. B
Little Red Wagon: My favorite song one the album so far. Great lyrically and peppy. A
Smokin' and Drinkin' (w/ Little Big Town): I love ML and I love LBT, but this song drags on (5:30) and seems to hit about 8 notes total and repeats the lyrics a few too many times. C (and this is generous)
Priscilla: I don't really like this song but it is upbeat and fun. Do like the lyric "Being Queen of the King" B-
Automatic: LOVE this because really, who doesn't want to toss their cell phone and go off the grid for awhile. One of the few she actually sings through. A
Bathroom Sink: Love this one too. The lyrics are interesting focusing on a bathroom sink, but the lyric "Its amazing the amount of rejection I see in my reflection" really stuck with me. I think this is one of the few she wrote. (I have not gotten my linear notes yet) A
Old S***: Good song. Upbeat but "speak-sung" alot. I collect some "Old S***" of my own so I can relate. B
All That's Left: A break up song.
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