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Still Feels Good
Genres: Country, Pop
It all begins when the lights go down. For Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus, it has been that way since they were playing for a handful of people in a club in Nashville's Printers Alley. These days, of course... more »
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It all begins when the lights go down. For Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus, it has been that way since they were playing for a handful of people in a club in Nashville's Printers Alley. These days, of course, they play for thousands of screaming fans a night, drawn by state-of-the-art production and sound, and by spectacular vocal harmonies in service to an ever-expanding catalogue of hits. In between, it was the magic of those performances that catapulted Rascal Flatts into the front ranks of entertainers in all genres. By any measure, Rascal Flatts is in elite territory. They are the reigning 2006 CMA, ACM and CMT Vocal Group of the Year. In 2005 they added Billboard and R&R Artist of the Year trophies as well. The trio also picked up its first three Grammy nominations in 2005, and their "Bless The Broken Road" received the Grammy for Country Song of the Year. Coming off the biggest selling artist album of 2006, Rascal Flatts is geared up for their brand new album coming on September 25.
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Michelle M. (veggiechick) from ARAGON, GA
Reviewed on 11/19/2010...
They're one of my favorite groups. A great addition to my collection.
Still Feels Good- Maybe for the Rascals, but not for the lis
S. Ammann | US | 09/26/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Let me start off by saying I am a huge Rascal Flatts fan. I have all of their cd's, have seen them multiple times in concert, and have followed them since "Praying for Daylight." With that said, I must say how disapointed I am in their latest effort, Still Feels Good. To me, this album is nothing new. It's nothing fresh. It's the same old, but without the magic. I mean, if they had given us another, Melt, I'd be happy. More of what we love, right? But this album sounds too familiar. As I listend to the tracks I kept feeling like I have heard this album before. Their second song on the album "Here" talks of how grateful the speaker is that even though he had to go down some rough roads, he would do it all again if it led him to his current love. Oh, didn't they already release that and call it, "Bless the Broken Road?" Their song, "Bob that Head", has that exact sound as "Me and My Gang" and their title track "Still Feels Good" talks of how the two are still in love, still love his "ride" and basically how nothing has changed. Kind of like "Fast Cars and Freedom". Even one of the closing songs about angels crying about how it's not supposed to be this way sounded like the God song from their last album, "He's not the Leaving Kind." The songs are just forgetable. All in all, I just felt like I already owned this album before I ever bought it. I'd suggest sampling it online before buying. I know many will love it, but I guess it was "My Wish" that Rascal Flatts would give us something new while still using the fomula we love. "Still Feels Good", does feel good, but only for the Rascals. Why? Cause playing it safe always feels good."
Still Feels Good
L. Michalek | Rochester, NY | 12/30/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am a huge Rascal Flatts Fan so it is no surprise that I thourally enjoy every track on this CD. Upbeat, Country-Pop type melodies with words that you can understand... truly a miracle in today's musical world! Unique songs and CD comes complete with lyrics and access to enhanced web based CD program."