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Feels Like Today
Genres: Country, Pop
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Syrena M. from LEXINGTON, SC
Reviewed on 3/13/2011...
This is a great CD! I love Rascal Flatt's!
Jim P. (Guitarmusiclover11) from BRUCE, WI
Reviewed on 2/6/2011...
This was my first exposure to Rascal Flatts.
They have great vocal harmony and I like their style of country.
"Bless The Broken Road" is destined to be a classic love song.
"Fast Cars And Freedom" and "Here's To You" are two more favorites on this cd.
They may be a "chick country" band, but appreciation of their music and harmony is not limited by gender.
Merritt C. from LAKELAND, FL
Reviewed on 7/24/2010...
Rascal Flatts Rules!
Kelley R. from INDEPENDENCE, MO
Reviewed on 10/28/2006...
love this one
Continuing to meld roots and pop into a superb sound!
DanD | 09/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Rascal Flatts' third album (not including that DVD thing they had), FEELS LIKE TODAY, continues the rootsy sound started on their last album, MELT. It's present just enough to let you know these guys are not boy-banders--they are the real deal. And of course there's enough pop to endear them to country music's growing teenage girl fanbase.
The serious tone taken on many of these songs may be a bit surprising (unless you remember "I'm Moving On" and "My Worst Fear"), such as the intoxicating openers, "Where You Are" and "Bless the Broken Road." The title track and "When the Sand Runs Out" preach of living your life in the moment (the latter song does this eloquently; the title track, not so much). Superb songwriting and musicianship (Gary Levox, vocals; Joe Don Rooney, electric guitar; Jay DeMarcus, bass) help craft this into an award-worthy album.
Each "Rascal" (yeah, that sounds horrible) contributed a song to the album, and they got together to write the blissful "Oklahoma-Texas Line." Three guys, one sound, Rascal Flatts have established themselves as talented hitmakers, overcoming the boy-band image garnered upon them when they broke through. Definitely, FEELS LIKE TODAY will help establish them as a country band that just happens to have a pop look (but not necessarily sound)."
J. L. Mould | Milwaukee, Wi United States | 04/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is currently my favorite album. I listen to it in my car, at work, at home. I Just love it. I think that Rascal Flatts are finding themselves. "Bless The Broken Road" is one of their best songs yet. Talk about singing about true love, and being lucky enough to find it. They are also another one I suggest seeing if you get this summer in concert. They put on one hell of a show!"