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Changed by Rascal Flatts

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Changed

Rascal Flatts

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Label: Big Machine Records, LLC.
After switching management, watching their label fold, and welcoming Jay DeMarcus' baby daughter, the title Changed makes sense, though it still boasts the harmony-laden country pop fans love to the tune of 21 million albums sold. The lyrics are deeper and more poignant: The title track, a joyful testament to the power of saying sorry and starting over, packs a powerful, uplifting punch. The anthemic "Great Big Love" celebrates a love so strong it gets you through the bad times -- corny on paper, but the harmony-kissed chorus erases any doubts. Try "Let It Hurt," "Banjo" and "Friday," too.

About This Album

After switching management, watching their label fold, and welcoming Jay DeMarcus' baby daughter, the title Changed makes sense, though it still boasts the harmony-laden country pop fans love to the tune of 21 million albums sold. The lyrics are deeper and more poignant: The title track, a joyful testament to the power of saying sorry and starting over, packs a powerful, uplifting punch. The anthemic "Great Big Love" celebrates a love so strong it gets you through the bad times -- corny on paper, but the harmony-kissed chorus erases any doubts. Try "Let It Hurt," "Banjo" and "Friday," too.

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About This Album

After switching management, watching their label fold, and welcoming Jay DeMarcus' baby daughter, the title Changed makes sense, though it still boasts the harmony-laden country pop fans love to the tune of 21 million albums sold. The lyrics are deeper and more poignant: The title track, a joyful testament to the power of saying sorry and starting over, packs a powerful, uplifting punch. The anthemic "Great Big Love" celebrates a love so strong it gets you through the bad times -- corny on paper, but the harmony-kissed chorus erases any doubts. Try "Let It Hurt," "Banjo" and "Friday," too.