^ no album charts on Billboard have always been pure sales
When will a CU6 album page be made?
^that makes sense. Plus we will have the fighter radio thread soon once it's officially released!
Wasn't there an interview with Carrie somewhere where she said she wanted to have 80s Mercedes originally for Storyteller???
^ prretty sure it was 80's Mercedes. I think it was the CCUSA interview in July
I read on pulse she had wanted 80 mercedes.
I looked on Pulse, and it was from March 12, 2016. Carrie said that she and Maren had written together for Storyteller in its early stages (I think before CUX1 came out). Are there registered songs with both of them as writers?
80's Mercedes is my kinda-guilty-pleasure jam right now. I'd love to hear a Carrie version.
I love "80s Mercedes". Carrie could've rocked it but Maren does a great job.
next album I want some fun songs. Carrie never really has fun songs.Some light hearted songs on occasion but never really fun songs.OWT tried to be but it never really got there.
I heard Like I'll Never Love You Again on the radio at the dentist office today. It was a very nice surprise
I think Carrie would sound great on 80's Mercedes. I hope she and Maren get together again for CU6.
I really like Little Big Town's sound as of their last few albums and personally wish that was more of the type of music Carrie made. Rolling Stones described one of their new songs, "Happy People," as having a "laidback, folk-tinged musical accompaniment" which is the type of sound I've been wanting from Carrie for a quite while now even if for just one album track. We were teased with Distant Lullaby as being folksy, but I don't really hear it in David Hodge's version. Carrie's made magic with Mark Bright in the past, but I hope Carrie works with Jay Joyce (Eric Church) and busbee (Maren Morris) almost exclusively on the next album (I'd be fine if she dropped Zac Crowell; I think the R&B-country phase has somewhat passed.)—producers who can get Carrie to try out new sounds and arrangements. I appreciate that the first half of Storyteller experimented with different themes (RR is western; Smoke Break is, well, "Miranda"; Heartbeat is R&B, Choctaw is southern/bluesy/swampy; Dirty Laundry is cool and slick), but I think the songs themselves could have been stronger: RR doesn't really have a hook; SB was a weak lead single; HB and DL weren't as impactful as they could have been; and CCA isn't radio friendly.
Why does Carrie only ever release 4 songs on her albums, other artist release 5-6, or more????