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That Girl

by Jennifer Nettles

That Girl by Jennifer Nettles

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That Girl

by Jennifer Nettles

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Label: Mercury Nashville
Nettles has always drawn as much from rock as from country -- after all, her first chart-topper was a Bon Jovi duet -- but this record, her major label solo debut, is particularly down the middle, produced by Rick Rubin and closing with her take on Bob Seger's "Like a Rock." While it certainly has some good tracks -- "Moneyball" has the singer contemplating her insignificance in the face of "Mother Nature and the market," and "Me Without You" is everything a break-up tune should be -- it serves best at really just building anticipation for the next Sugarland LP. Who says you can't go home?

About This Album

Nettles has always drawn as much from rock as from country -- after all, her first chart-topper was a Bon Jovi duet -- but this record, her major label solo debut, is particularly down the middle, produced by Rick Rubin and closing with her take on Bob Seger's "Like a Rock." While it certainly has some good tracks -- "Moneyball" has the singer contemplating her insignificance in the face of "Mother Nature and the market," and "Me Without You" is everything a break-up tune should be -- it serves best at really just building anticipation for the next Sugarland LP. Who says you can't go home?

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About This Album

Nettles has always drawn as much from rock as from country -- after all, her first chart-topper was a Bon Jovi duet -- but this record, her major label solo debut, is particularly down the middle, produced by Rick Rubin and closing with her take on Bob Seger's "Like a Rock." While it certainly has some good tracks -- "Moneyball" has the singer contemplating her insignificance in the face of "Mother Nature and the market," and "Me Without You" is everything a break-up tune should be -- it serves best at really just building anticipation for the next Sugarland LP. Who says you can't go home?