Would someone tell those country music nuts to lay off LeAnn for crossing over into mainstream music? She sounds better than ever and you can hear it in her voice and her songs.
"Twisted Angel" is the first album since LeAnn declared that she would no longer sing "real" country music. This album blends pop, rock, and country to create a winning formula that LeAnn can take advantage of because no female currently sings in this mixed genre. Even though there are some in-your-face country tracks on the disc, it's a good listen.
Life Goes On: 4/5 - It wouldn't have been my choice for the first single off the album but it's a good song.
Wound Up: 3/5 - Your typical country song about some weird topic. It's not the worst but it could be better.
The Safest Place: 4/5 - LeAnn can sing any song in any genre but she really shines on ballads, this song including.
Trouble With Goodbye: 2/5 - One word: corny.
Damn: 5/5 - A great song that shows LeAnn's fantastic vocal ability. Easily one of the best songs on the album.
Suddenly: 5/5 - My choice for the first single, this track is the best the album has to offer. LeAnn could take this song and its genre and run with it. Just an awesome song.
Tic Toc: 3/5 - And people complain about Britney Spears being too sexual? Not one of the album's highlights.
Sign Of Life: 3/5 - Not bad a bad song but not a good song, either.
Review My Kisses: 4/5 - A mysterious song that sucks you in. It compliments LeAnn's vocals perfectly.
No Way Out: 4/5 - Though LeAnn's vocal ability doesn't come alive in this track, it's a catchy tune that isn't that bad.
Love is An Army: 4/5 - A weird song that you'll need to listen to a few times before you really enjoy listening to it.
You Made My Find Myself: 5/5 - Even though it's the album's power ballad, LeAnn's awesome vocal talent isn't even pushed when it comes to hitting the notes and keeping the volume up.
Twisted Angel: 1/5 - A stupid song that should have been left off the album entirely.