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Thread: It's Been a Few Months, Is Blown Away Still Carrie's Best Work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by allamericangirl8 View Post
    I think Carrie could pull off "Toxic" actually.
    "Toxic" is one of the few Britney songs I love.

    I could see Carrie singing one of her ballads, especially "Sometimes" or "Everytime"

    She should go REALLY slutty and cover this, guys...


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    Oh lord. How can we even pick? This is the most basic of questions a carriefan will encounter in his/her life. I've always thought it long and hard, but I can NEVER come up with a winner. I love SH, CR, PO, and BA equally (I know it may sound cheesy). I love them equally but so differently as for reasons many of you can imagine. I do think, however, that BA, gives us carrie at the vocal summit of her career. For me, her voice is so indescribably angelic on this album (a vibe i definitely didnt get a lot on SH and CR).

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    Now I guess Blown Away is Carrie's album that has the best production. Mark Bright definitily worked better than ever, outdone yourself... but, IMO Play On is still the best Carrie's work.

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    I don't know, I'm a bit mixed about it. A few months have went by, and I don't think I'd consider Blown Away Carrie's best work. I find after almost a year, I'm sick of hearing Do You Think About Me, Nobody Ever Told You, Thank God for Hometowns, Good in Goodbye and Who Are You. During this time, I've learned to really appreciate Play On and Carnival Ride and find them much stronger albums. I think for me the problem is that now that Blown Away is three singles in, eight months passed - I feel almost underwhelmed by it. I mean it has some of her best work, but at the same time I feel as if Blown Away could of been a lot more then it was. I remember reading that this was going to be Carrie's most country album to date and that Mark Bright was experimenting with more traditional sounds. I guess I'm just a little bit picky to, because after Play On's release I fell in love with the album and still listen to the whole album daily. I guess I was hoping too much for Blown Away to be a replica of Play On that I got my own hopes down.

    Either way, I find Blown Away a good album. I'd probably have to put it behind Play On and Carnival Ride though.

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    i still think so because its amazing! so many GREAT singers have put out INCREDIBLE albums lately. carrie, taylor swift, ginnette ward, so many greatss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mezik View Post
    I don't know, I'm a bit mixed about it. A few months have went by, and I don't think I'd consider Blown Away Carrie's best work. I find after almost a year, I'm sick of hearing Do You Think About Me, Nobody Ever Told You, Thank God for Hometowns, Good in Goodbye and Who Are You. During this time, I've learned to really appreciate Play On and Carnival Ride and find them much stronger albums. I think for me the problem is that now that Blown Away is three singles in, eight months passed - I feel almost underwhelmed by it. I mean it has some of her best work, but at the same time I feel as if Blown Away could of been a lot more then it was. I remember reading that this was going to be Carrie's most country album to date and that Mark Bright was experimenting with more traditional sounds. I guess I'm just a little bit picky to, because after Play On's release I fell in love with the album and still listen to the whole album daily. I guess I was hoping too much for Blown Away to be a replica of Play On that I got my own hopes down.

    Either way, I find Blown Away a good album. I'd probably have to put it behind Play On and Carnival Ride though.
    Interesting that you say that because I was the same way with Play On. I would seriously listen to it every single day (sometimes over and over while doing homework). I've never done that with Blown Away. Also could be that I had a lot more time on my hands back then. I would probably rank PO #1 and BA #2 though. Both amazing in their own way!!

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    As of now:

    CR > SH = BA > PO

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    Quote Originally Posted by allamericangirl8 View Post
    As of now:

    CR > SH = BA > PO
    lol no

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    I was being generous, though, because part of me still thinks SH is better than BA. But they're all excellent, imo.

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    I usually listen to Carrie's album for a entire year before I get bored. I love Carrie and support her blindly.
    However, recent I started to rank her ALBUMS as a whole and this is my order:

    SOME HEARTS
    BLOWN AWAY=CARNIVAL RIDE
    PLAY ON

    SH truly is a great album and is more cohesive as opposive to the others. Blown Away comes a close 2nd.

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    For me
    BA (by the slightest of margins over CR)
    CR (more cohesive than BA but I still give BA the edge)
    SH
    PO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zman312 View Post
    I usually listen to Carrie's album for a entire year before I get bored. I love Carrie and support her blindly.
    However, recent I started to rank her ALBUMS as a whole and this is my order:

    SOME HEARTS
    BLOWN AWAY=CARNIVAL RIDE
    PLAY ON

    SH truly is a great album and is more cohesive as opposive to the others. Blown Away comes a close 2nd.

    SH is the most cohesive but for me, there are not any memorable songs outside of a few. All the songs (besides a few) are good. But thats it

    I feel that BA is still her best overall. The most nitpicked song on it is NETY and its got such a great melody/music the lyrics can be overlooked

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    By far, this is Carrie's best work to date, followed behind by Some Hearts, Carnival Ride and then Play On

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    I love all of Carrie's albums. Carnival Ride is my personal favourite, but Blown Away showed a real growth. The title track is simply flawless. One of Carrie's best songs to date.


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