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Sidewalk Records
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Heidi Newfield, ‘Why’d You Have to Be So Good’ – Song Review

A solo album every four or five years leaves Heidi Newfield sounding like a new woman with each lead single. Much like ‘Johnny and June’ in 2008, the former lead singer of Trick Pony throws every ounce of herself into ‘Why’d You Have to Be So Good,’ a heartbreakingly wonderful ballad. 

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Big Machine Records
Big Machine Records
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Taylor Swift, ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ – Song Review

Men and women will be divided on ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,’ Taylor Swift‘s new single. On one (woman’s) hand, it’s an empowering breakup song that slams the door on every no-good loser who’s come crawling back with apologies and “I love yous” (and maybe flowers or a sack of White Castle hamburgers) at all hours of the night. From the male perspective: “Get over it.”

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The Lost Trailers, ‘American Beauty’ – Song Review

The new single from the Lost Trailers continues down a singer-songwriter path the now-duo began to cut with ‘Underdog’ in 2011. While once a party band, their new sound is more Jason Mraz than Jason Aldean. The change fits. 

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Columbia Pictures
Columbia Pictures
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‘Total Recall,’ Doug Stanhope and ‘Skyfall’ — 10 Things To Check Out This Week

We’re feeling positive today, so we decided to chuck the bad stuff and focus on ten awesome things to check out this week in the world of entertainment and pop culture. We’re headed for a week full of good comedy, fun reality shows (yeah, really) and gratuitous shots of Kate Beckinsale’s breasts. Enjoy!

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Valory Music Co.
Valory Music Co.
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Brantley Gilbert, ‘Kick It in the Sticks’ – Song Review

It’s difficult to overstate how important ‘Kick It in the Sticks’ is to Brantley Gilbert‘s career and the direction of country music. It’s a line drawn in the red Georgia clay — after two releases that held back — to allow those not previously familiar with the Jefferson-born singer to get acquainted with his pacing and style. This is his ‘Free Bird,’ in that it’s the first song fans and critics will mention in association with this talented artist. 

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Frank Micelotta, Getty Images
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Chris Cagle, ‘Let There Be Cowgirls’ – Song Review

With singles from his new album ‘Back in the Saddle,’ Chris Cagle is successfully reinventing himself as a country bad boy. ‘Let There Be Cowgirls’ picks up the loud and rowdy that dropped ‘Got My Country On’ in the Top 20. The spirit of this rock-country jam gets one past a clunky melody. 

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Rick Diamond, Getty Images
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Gretchen Wilson, ‘One Good Friend’ – Song Review

Gretchen Wilson may not be one of country music’s top female vocalists any longer. No, she’s transcended the genre, in a way Alison Krauss did hers years ago. Except Wilson’s not getting any of the recognition, until maybe now. ‘One Good Friend’ is a brilliant ballad about the meaning of friendship. However, it’s perhaps too professional to fit between the stars on modern country radio — a problem Krauss, and more recently Vince Gill, know very well. 

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Jason Merritt, Getty Images
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Edens Edge, ‘Edens Edge’ – Album Review

There’s a thread of instability that weaves in and out of each song on ‘Edens Edge’ that makes it an album you look forward to finding in the morning. Lead vocalist Hannah Blaylock tells stories like a woman who’s lived through a few too many bad boyfriends, but still wants to show her friends she can smile about it. She’s all over the place — country’s equivalent of Jess from ‘New Girl’ on Fox.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Four Things You Might Be Doing Wrong on Facebook

Even if you use Facebook every day, you still might not be doing it right.  The website Lifehacker.com has a list of things a lot of Facebook users do wrong.  Here are the top four.

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Warner Nashville
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Randy Travis, ‘More Life’ – Song Review

It’s hard not to wonder if ‘More Life’ was chosen as a single from Randy Travis‘ ‘Anniversary Collection‘ album to allow the singer a chance to respond to his recent brush with infamy. The introspective ballad finds Travis asking for forgiveness from those he has hurt. Is this another case of art birthed from real life?

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‘SpellTower’ Mobile Game Review

If Boggle ever got Tetris drunk and made sweet love to it while Words with Friends watched, SpellTower would be its love child.

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Kip Moore, ‘Up All Night’ – Album Review

It’s a little early to call any album the best anything of 2012, but it’s no stretch to say Kip Moore‘s debut is the best by a new country artist this year, so far. ‘Up All Night’ introduces the gypsy from south Georgia as an inspiring storyteller, a talented lyricist and a gritty, well-traveled vocalist.

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