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Kellie Pickler

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Don't You Know You're Beautiful
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I'm Your Woman
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Rocks Instead of Rice
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Didn't You Know How Much I Loved You
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Lucky Girl
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One Last Time
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Best Days of Your Life
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Somebody to Love Me
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Makin' Me Fall In Love Again
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Going Out In Style
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 35:18

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They Say All Music Guide

The whole of Kellie Pickler’s professional career rests upon the notion that she’s the goofy girl next door. Her cornpone cornball shtick pushed her through American Idol and gave her a minor hit record, which was enough of a foundation to build a sturdy, albeit unflashy, career upon. So what do Kellie and company do for her self-titled second album? Chuck all that out the window by corseting her cornball humor into an immaculately tailored straitjacket, burying her voice in the mix, cutting away the country in favor of a manicured crossover pop. Her limitations as vocalist are most acutely felt on big diva ballads like “Somebody to Love Me,” where she is dwarfed by the scale of the song and the arrangement, but the high gloss of the production also obscures whatever charms such sprightly pop as “Makin’ Me Fall in Love Again” might have had, because the hooks are in the vocal melody and Pickler has been pushed into the background. On her debut, this awkwardness was used to her advantage, as the producers picked the right set of songs for her, songs that fit both her skills and back story, but she’s gone from singing about “Red High Heels” to riding the Jimmy Choo shoe train at Saks Fifth Avenue as if she was trying to step into Jennifer Hudson’s subordinate role in the Sex & the City movie. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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