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Lonestar 6/1/1999

Review

Lonestar began as a fairly straight-ahead country band, indebted to pure honky tonk. With their second record, they moved themselves toward pop and, ironically, it didn't pay off in great dividends, even if it spawned a Top 10 single. For their third album, Lonely Grill, they take a middle ground, moving back toward hardcore country while retaining elements of the pop sheen of Crazy Nights. The results aren't always successful, but overall, the album is stronger than its immediate predecessor, largely due to the increased grit. There are still some slow spots and mediocre songs scattered throughout the record, but the strong moments, such as "Amazed" and "I've Gotta Find You," keep the record entertaining and suggest that Lonestar will find a way to fuse their two inclinations into a signature sound. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Saturday Night Lonestar 4:1
  3. 2 Simple as That Lonestar 3:17
  4. 3 Amazed Lonestar 3:57
  5. 4 What About Now Lonestar 3:30
  6. 5 Tell Her Lonestar 3:25
  7. 6 Don't Let's Talk About Lisa Lonestar 3:12
  8. 7 I've Gotta Find You Lonestar 3:46
  9. 8 You Don't Know What Love Is Lonestar 3:11
  10. 9 All the Way Lonestar 3:32
  11. 10 Smile Lonestar 3:31
  12. 11 Lonely Grill Lonestar 4:18
  13. 12 Everything's Changed [Acoustic Version] Lonestar 4:42

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