Sugarland will never be out of love!
Hilary | Hong Kong, China | 06/14/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Sugarland's leading vocalist Jennifer may just had underwent a divorce settlement, but this album is still full of love. This is the first Billboard 200 #1 album for the country super duo and gave them 3 Country #1 singles.
"All I Want To Do": It's an obvious choice to be a lead single, it is cathy and fun. And a mash-up with Sheryl Crow's "All I Wanna Do" will be real interesting!
"Joey": An inspiratual ballad. What if we didn't do this and that? People always ask. But Sugarland is asking you here, why didn't we?
"We Run": Probably the moost light-hearted song from the album, with a rural/raw edge in it.
"Love": This song may have a rather short chorus but it's enough. Sugarland addresses love in their sight to you.
"Genieve": Great track.
"Already Gone": Probably the best track ever recorded by the duo lyrically.
"Keep You": Wait, you didn't cry listening to this track?
"Take Me As I Am": The most underrated track from the album, very different from all the other tracks too. Jennifer's vocal performance in this track is supreme.
"What I'd Give": It's a simple structured track with direct melodies. Repeatative maybe, but it remains as one of the best feel-good songs.
"Steve Earle": A tribute to the great musician. And there's a very interesting part in the song. Go check it out!
"Very Last Country Song": They ended the album with a soft ballad with profound meanings. And I sure do hope this come true!"