Carrie Underwood ‎– Some Hearts

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82876-71197-2 Carrie Underwood Some Hearts(CD, Album) 19 Recordings, Arista Nashville, Arista 82876-71197-2 US 2005 Sell This Version
82876 71197 2 Carrie Underwood Some Hearts(CD, Album) Arista, Arista Nashville, Sony Music, 19 Recordings Ltd. 82876 71197 2 Europe 2005 Sell This Version
82876-71197-2 Carrie Underwood Some Hearts(CD, Album) Arista 82876-71197-2 Canada 2005 Sell This Version
82876-71197-2 Carrie Underwood Some Hearts(CD, Album) Arista Nashville 82876-71197-2 Indonesia 2005 Sell This Version
82876711972 Carrie Underwood Some Hearts(CD, Album) 19 Recordings, Arista Nashville, Arista 82876711972 Australia 2005 Sell This Version
82876-71197-2 Carrie Underwood Some Hearts(CD, Album, Club) 19 Recordings, Arista Nashville, Arista 82876-71197-2 US 2005 Sell This Version
82876-71197-2 Carrie Underwood Some Hearts(CD, Album, Son) 19 Recordings, Arista Nashville, Arista 82876-71197-2 US 2005 Sell This Version

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July 8, 2010
referencing Some Hearts, CD, Album, 82876-71197-2

I've been forced to listen to this piece of garbage for months...nonstop. I am a huge country fan, as well as a fan of every other genre of music. My taste expands.

The first thing I have to say to anyone reading this, who obviously looked this up is: You need to get in touch with some real raw country music other than this trash. The sad thing is that people like Carrie Underwood are the people that represent country music nowadays (Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, etc.). Well I'm telling you, don't even give those tasteless morons support. The real artists that need it are the masters of the genre such Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Loretta Lynn. They were real country. Wait? What was that? Oh, you don't like that "twangy" country music? I see. Well guess what? That's what country music is supposed to be. That's how it started out, and that's how it will always be. If you don't like it, then go listen to some other genre because this is not country music. Country music is not about "good" or "pretty" singing. Country is about telling a story, and it evolved from folk music.

Enough said, this album is just pop nonsense that talks about living in the country, which does not make it country music. Go and listen to something good by one of the real country artists and don't waste your time with this crap. I'm out of here.