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She’s clearly in a class with the slim handful of superstar “album artists” whose every full-length release is anxiously anticipated as an album was to go ‘Hey, get me out of this corner you’re pushing me in.I’m not just ‘Kerosene’ and ‘Gunpowder & Lead’ and all that.’ I mean, that’s part of me, but I have so much more to say, and I definitely think I’ve been able to do that.” The sense of “mission Accomplished” was cemented when, against all odds, it was two of the last album’s most subdued and sensitive songs, “The House That Built Me” and “Heart Like Mine,” that were the ones to take her to the top of the country chart (for four solid weeks, in the case of “House”).But, as most of the watching world has figured out by now, Lambert is not the type to easily buckle just because she’s squeezed three major life events into the middle of her tour schedule.“My goal was to have everything lined up and have the songs picked out before the wedding,” she says.will feature a total of 14 new songs, including her latest single, "It All Comes Out In The Wash." Previously released songs "Locomotive" and "Mess With My Head" will also be a part of the new album.Additionally, to coincide with the big announcement today, Lambert released another new song, that she had been hinting at earlier in the week, called "Bluebird." This song, written by Lambert herself alongside fellow songwriters, Luke Dick and Natalie Hemby, is the fourth song shared off the upcoming album.(It came down to the wire: At her rehearsal dinner, Miranda was still doing some business, as she took songwriter/friend Kasey Musgraves outside to beg for permission to cut “Mama’s Broken Heart,” a song without which she felt she couldn’t make the album.) Remarkably, anyway, everything went according to plan, and Lambert wasn’t putting pen to paper or dialing up publishers during her newlywed week off.“It was great, because I got to clear my head a little bit before going in,” she says.
Needy is left doing loops on the suitcase carousel while Lambert’s rocking out in the unloading zone.
Reflective singles like “Famous in a Small Town” proved her wise beyond her tender years, and rowdy ones like “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” proved her bold beyond all expectations of just how a country freshman should be.
Her recent nuptials to fellow country star Blake Shelton only heightened fans’ natural curiosity: Is she really a raging, red-hot rock & roll mama or blushing country bride?
Even after recording all day Monday through Friday, most of the same reconvened on Saturday to record the four songs that were needed to wrap up the Pistol Annies’ previously-in-progress album. So when debuted at No.1 on the country sales chart and in the pop top 10, the pressing plants got to work trying to meet the demand from retail stores who wanted to carry the disc, too.
As most country fans know by now, the Annies are the all-gal trio that Lambert formed with friends Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, and their frisky debut came out in August… What’s nearly comical is how the recording of exchanging vows with the love of your life would be pressure enough, without combining those three things into a potentially lethal cocktail.