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Family

by LeAnn Rimes

Family by LeAnn Rimes

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Family

by LeAnn Rimes

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Label: Curb Records
Although the title is Family, these slightly conceptualized country songs don't touch much on flowery kinship. The edgy title track sets the stage with a powerful narrative touching on broken homes, gossipy townswomen and surviving infidelity. Marc Broussard's weathered rasp chimes in on "Nothing Wrong," a sweltering duet that starts with a "Honky Tonk Women"-sounding riff. Jon Bon Jovi lends his vocals on the romantic "Til We Ain't Strangers Anymore," but "Fight" may be the most powerful song here, longing to turn a domestic nightmare back into the American dream.

About This Album

Although the title is Family, these slightly conceptualized country songs don't touch much on flowery kinship. The edgy title track sets the stage with a powerful narrative touching on broken homes, gossipy townswomen and surviving infidelity. Marc Broussard's weathered rasp chimes in on "Nothing Wrong," a sweltering duet that starts with a "Honky Tonk Women"-sounding riff. Jon Bon Jovi lends his vocals on the romantic "Til We Ain't Strangers Anymore," but "Fight" may be the most powerful song here, longing to turn a domestic nightmare back into the American dream.

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About This Album

Although the title is Family, these slightly conceptualized country songs don't touch much on flowery kinship. The edgy title track sets the stage with a powerful narrative touching on broken homes, gossipy townswomen and surviving infidelity. Marc Broussard's weathered rasp chimes in on "Nothing Wrong," a sweltering duet that starts with a "Honky Tonk Women"-sounding riff. Jon Bon Jovi lends his vocals on the romantic "Til We Ain't Strangers Anymore," but "Fight" may be the most powerful song here, longing to turn a domestic nightmare back into the American dream.