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2012 release, the fourth album from the Country/Pop vocalist and former American Idol contestant. Since releasing Some Hearts in 2005, Underwood has sold more than 14 million albums with Some Hearts, 2007's Carnival Ride, and 2009's Play On. She s amassed 14 #1 singles, six of which she co-wrote, and became the first country artist in history and the only American Idol winner ever to achieve 10 #1 singles from their first two albums. Underwood is a five-time Grammy Award winner, a two-time Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year, a three-time Country Music Association and ACM Female Vocalist winner, and a proud member of the Grand Ole Opry.
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As a matter of fact, the album opens up with a string of five songs that have little to do with her past recordings. The lyrics of "Good girl", the debut single, are strikingly similar to those of her smash hit "Cowboy Casanova"; musically, however, it's her hardest-rocking song so far. The pulsating title track and the smoldering "Two Black Cadillacs" feature the kind of storytelling that Carrie is great at, all the while stretching her wings; musically speaking, these two songs don't sound like anything she's done before, laying strings, back vocals and keyboards over melodies that sound like nothing you usually hear on country radio. "See You Again" is a soaring pop-rock ode about holding on to one's most basic beliefs, while "Do You Think About Me?" is a sweet and melodic pop song that would sound great on any top 40 radio.Read more ›
Contained within its 14 diverse tracks are styles ranging from classic country ('Wine After Whiskey', 'Cupid's Got a Shotgun') to calypso ('One Way Ticket') to progressive country ('Blown Away', 'Two Black Cadillacs) all handled with vocal aplomb by Carrie, whose star has never shone brighter.
Previous albums 'Some Hearts', 'Carnival Ride' and 'Play On' are chock full of hits, but some songs seemed a bit too fussed over and formulaic. Many of the lesser cuts had a girlishness about them, with subject matters seemingly pulled from the pages of teen diaries. No more.
'Blown Away' is the work of a mature young woman. Throughout the album, Carrie is confident, completely in command and firing on all cylinders. With vivid lyrics and expansive production by long-time producer Mark Bright, 'Blown Away' has the goods to go the distance, taking down everything in its path on its march to glory at the CMAs, ACMs and Grammys, where it will most definitely represent country music as an Album of the Year nominee.
Two tracks in particular stand head and shoulders above the pack: "'Two Black Cadillacs'" and "'Wine After Whiskey"', both co-written by Underwood. The former tells the tale of a wife and mistress conspiring to do away with the man who betrayed them both, while the latter is a classic country weeper about a new relationship that pales in comparison to what came before.Read more ›
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I was not wrong buying this album which is my country allbum ever. Any music lover will enjoy all the songs on the albumPublished 19 months ago by Douki
What a beautiful singer. Her words are precise when she sings. She is a true country singer and does know how to bring you into her music.Published 21 months ago by Sherwood girl
I just love the songs and the lyrics are just right about today's society. My brother also enjoys the CD. Actually, he now has taken it. I never thought he would want it badly.Published on Sept. 19 2013 by skippy
Great Album Carrie is one of her very best. Blown away is my all time favorite. She is going all the way.Published on June 2 2013 by MAR
It is different from the other albums she put out, but the diversity and power is amazing. A must if you are a fan, but even if you are new to her music it is a good listen. Read morePublished on April 5 2013 by Travis L