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Golden (Deluxe Edition) by Lady Antebellum

Album

Golden (Deluxe Edition)

Lady Antebellum

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Album

Golden (Deluxe Edition)

Lady Antebellum

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Label: Capitol Records Nashville
Integrating soul harmonies and pop hooks into their Tennessee sound, Lady A has always been as cosmopolitan as they are country, projecting old-fashioned grace while remaining thoroughly modern. Here on Golden, most songs occur in the past but few sound dated: "Nothin' Like the First Time," for one, finds a high school flame knock, knock, knockin' on faded memories, and "Long Teenage Goodbye," starting with a banjo riff and ending with that titular sayonara, is pure Taylor Swift. Later, "Generation Away" gets historical, with the band finally concluding that there's no time like the present.

About This Album

Integrating soul harmonies and pop hooks into their Tennessee sound, Lady A has always been as cosmopolitan as they are country, projecting old-fashioned grace while remaining thoroughly modern. Here on Golden, most songs occur in the past but few sound dated: "Nothin' Like the First Time," for one, finds a high school flame knock, knock, knockin' on faded memories, and "Long Teenage Goodbye," starting with a banjo riff and ending with that titular sayonara, is pure Taylor Swift. Later, "Generation Away" gets historical, with the band finally concluding that there's no time like the present.

Songs

About This Album

Integrating soul harmonies and pop hooks into their Tennessee sound, Lady A has always been as cosmopolitan as they are country, projecting old-fashioned grace while remaining thoroughly modern. Here on Golden, most songs occur in the past but few sound dated: "Nothin' Like the First Time," for one, finds a high school flame knock, knock, knockin' on faded memories, and "Long Teenage Goodbye," starting with a banjo riff and ending with that titular sayonara, is pure Taylor Swift. Later, "Generation Away" gets historical, with the band finally concluding that there's no time like the present.