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Lady Antebellum 9/13/2011

Review

Lady Antebellum swept up the 2011 Grammys, winning five of their six nominated categories, cementing their status as cross-platform mainstream superstars. Certainly, Own the Night -- the 2011 sequel to their 2010 breakthrough Need You Now -- bears the sound of a band quite content with its position in the middle of the road. Any lingering elements of country, whether twang or 2-steps, have been supplanted with a smooth soft rock designed to seep into the background wherever it's played. These songs of love won and lost tend to be dreamy and pretty, retaining much of the feel of “Need You Now.” So, Own the Night is mood music but the aim isn’t amorous, it’s to soothe. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 We Owned the Night Lady Antebellum 3:13
  3. 2 Just a Kiss Lady Antebellum 3:32
  4. 3 Dancin' Away with My Heart Lady Antebellum 3:50
  5. 4 Friday Night Lady Antebellum 2:55
  6. 5 When You Were Mine Lady Antebellum 4:49
  7. 6 Cold as Stone Lady Antebellum 4:45
  8. 7 Singing Me Home Lady Antebellum 3:48
  9. 8 Wanted You More Lady Antebellum 3:59
  10. 9 As You Turn Away Lady Antebellum 3:52
  11. 10 Love I've Found in You Lady Antebellum 3:49
  12. 11 Somewhere Love Remains Lady Antebellum 4:49
  13. 12 Heart of the World Lady Antebellum 3:39

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