Review : LeAnn Rimes - Family
RollingstonesBy the time Rimes turned twenty-one, she had a slew of country hits ("Blue"), one big pop crossover ("How Do I Live") and the weirdest Christian-porn version of "Purple Rain" ever. Now twenty-five, she scores with a fantasy of the footloose youth she never had ("Nothin' Better to Do") and a Tanya Tucker-style tale of childhood strife ("Family"). The songs are uneven, but the peak is a duet with Mr. Nashville himself, Jon Bon Jovi....full text
MusicloversgroupFamily is the 12th studio album from American country and pop singer LeAnn Rimes. The first single, “Nothin’ Better to Do”, was released to radio on May 29, 2007. The video was available for streaming as early as May 22, 2007; two days prior to its world premiere on CMT Top Twenty Countdown.
The album debuted at #31 in the UK, becoming LeAnn’s first album to miss the top 20 since Sittin’ on Top of the World (LeAnn Rimes was never released in the UK). In the US, it debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 chart, selling about 74,000 copies in its first week. Worldwide, in its first week, Family sold 150,000....full text
MonstersandcriticsYou’ve come a long way baby. LeAnn Rimes first came onto the music scene at the tender age of thirteen and by the age of 24 she had sold nearly 40 million albums. She goes down in the history books as being the youngest female country artist to win a Grammy.
She bases her latest album on life and co-writes the first thirteen tracks. The bonus tracks are a duet with Bon Jovi (“Till We Ain’t Strangers Anymore” – which is also on Bon Jovi’s ‘Lost Highway’) and Reba McEntire (“When You Love Someone Like That” – which is also on Reba’s Duets album). She also duets with Marc Broussard on “Nothing Wrong.”...full text
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