Storyteller by Carrie Underwood

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Church Bells

Carrie Underwood

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Church Bells

Carrie Underwood

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Released:
Label: 19 Recordings Limited / Arista Nashville
She does indeed tell stories: “Church Bells” is “Goodbye Earl”/”Independence Day”-style domestic-violence revenge; “Mexico” is a fugitive tale with blue lights on its tail; in the blow-the-house-down Southern rocker “Smoke Break,” hard-working folks allow themselves a drink or puff to escape it all. “Dirty Laundry” is more spurned-woman vengeance, while “Chaser” is more of a dare. Young women turn into quick-draw outlaws, get mixed up in love triangles, try to live up to dad’s expectations. The singer exercises her powerful pipes over arrangements that lean toward the percussive and spare.

About this album

She does indeed tell stories: “Church Bells” is “Goodbye Earl”/”Independence Day”-style domestic-violence revenge; “Mexico” is a fugitive tale with blue lights on its tail; in the blow-the-house-down Southern rocker “Smoke Break,” hard-working folks allow themselves a drink or puff to escape it all. “Dirty Laundry” is more spurned-woman vengeance, while “Chaser” is more of a dare. Young women turn into quick-draw outlaws, get mixed up in love triangles, try to live up to dad’s expectations. The singer exercises her powerful pipes over arrangements that lean toward the percussive and spare.

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About this album

She does indeed tell stories: “Church Bells” is “Goodbye Earl”/”Independence Day”-style domestic-violence revenge; “Mexico” is a fugitive tale with blue lights on its tail; in the blow-the-house-down Southern rocker “Smoke Break,” hard-working folks allow themselves a drink or puff to escape it all. “Dirty Laundry” is more spurned-woman vengeance, while “Chaser” is more of a dare. Young women turn into quick-draw outlaws, get mixed up in love triangles, try to live up to dad’s expectations. The singer exercises her powerful pipes over arrangements that lean toward the percussive and spare.
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