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Shine

by Martina McBride

Shine by Martina McBride

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Shine

by Martina McBride

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Label: Rca Records Label Nashville
Life is full of make-ups, breakups and rocky roads and Martina McBride documents it all on Shine. At her most upbeat, songs like "Sunny Side Up," "I Just Call You Mine" and "Don't Cost a Dime" have the sort of huge choruses and swelling arrangements that have become the singer's signature sound. But the most powerful track here belongs to the he-said-she-said downer, "I'm Trying," which recounts a lapse in sobriety over a lone acoustic guitar and soft strings. There's plenty more to like on Shine as well, making this one of McBride's strongest releases in some time.

About This Album

Life is full of make-ups, breakups and rocky roads and Martina McBride documents it all on Shine. At her most upbeat, songs like "Sunny Side Up," "I Just Call You Mine" and "Don't Cost a Dime" have the sort of huge choruses and swelling arrangements that have become the singer's signature sound. But the most powerful track here belongs to the he-said-she-said downer, "I'm Trying," which recounts a lapse in sobriety over a lone acoustic guitar and soft strings. There's plenty more to like on Shine as well, making this one of McBride's strongest releases in some time.

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About This Album

Life is full of make-ups, breakups and rocky roads and Martina McBride documents it all on Shine. At her most upbeat, songs like "Sunny Side Up," "I Just Call You Mine" and "Don't Cost a Dime" have the sort of huge choruses and swelling arrangements that have become the singer's signature sound. But the most powerful track here belongs to the he-said-she-said downer, "I'm Trying," which recounts a lapse in sobriety over a lone acoustic guitar and soft strings. There's plenty more to like on Shine as well, making this one of McBride's strongest releases in some time.