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Falling Skies Season 2 Starting To Lose Me

Last year Falling Skies came out and I loved it.  The first season ended with a cliffhanger, it came back with a bang, but now a few episodes into season 2 and I'm starting to slip away.  After last night's episode "Homecoming," I really hope there is more action next week.  It's something that this show has always and will always need more of. 

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Jason Aldean, ‘Take a Little Ride’ – Song Review

Jason Aldean‘s next album seems poised to pick up where ‘My Kinda Party’ left off. The singer’s first single doesn’t deviate from the style or themes the Macon, Ga. native has built a career on. With ‘Take a Little Ride’ Aldean buys into the theory that if it ain’t broke… 

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The Mavericks, ‘Born to Be Blue’ – Song Review

The Mavericks couldn’t have timed their reunion more perfectly. The ’90s hitmakers bring their familiar sound back to country radio with ‘Born to Be Blue,’ a track from their new ‘Suited Up and Ready’ EP. Too often, getting the old band back together produces tired rewrites of a classic sound. The Mavericks have managed to keep their signature style without alienating younger fans.

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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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Eric Church, ‘Creepin" – Song Review

Eric Church has chosen what could one day be his encore song as the fourth single from ‘Chief.’ ‘Creepin” isn’t the best song on the album — it may not even be in the Top 3. However, it’s the project’s loudest, most rock and roll moment — one that would send fans home in a dizzying fit of distorted euphoria. 

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Sara Evans, ‘Anywhere’ – Song Review

Sara Evans returns to the sound that landed her No. 1 hits like ‘A Real Fine Place to Start’ and ‘Born to Fly’ (2005 and 2000 respectively) with her new song ‘Anywhere.’ The radio-ready single was co-written by Evans’ brother, Matt, and is included on her latest album ‘Stronger.’ 

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Lauren Alaina, ‘Eighteen Inches’ – Song Review

In Lauren Alaina‘s new single ‘Eighteen Inches,’ fans get to hear what’s special about this 17-year-old country singer, along with a few skills that are still underdeveloped. Like so many of the songs from her debut album ‘Wildflower,’ the single fits the ‘American Idol’ runner-up like a tailored prom dress.

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Falling Skies Returns With Solid Ratings

At the end of last season of TNT's "Falling Skies," people were generally disappointed with the lack of action in the season finale.  We were all excited for a big battle, and they basically didn't deliver. Now, what seems to be a very very long time in between seasons, Falling Skies returned this last Sunday.  Immediately there was more action, and things picked up in pace. 

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Tim McGraw, ‘Right Back Atcha Babe’ – Song Review

Tim McGraw‘s final album on Curb records was far from his best, yet the singles keep coming months after the singer was granted his release. ‘Better Than I Used to Be’ was an impressive Top 10 record — it’s difficult to gather airplay with no support from the artist — but ‘Right Back Atcha Babe’ will be lucky to crack the Top 40.

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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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Trace Adkins, ‘Them Lips (On Mine)’ – Song Review

Perhaps this was the song Trace Adkins was recording naked? The big man has become quite a sex symbol for women over a certain age, and his new song ‘Them Lips (On Mine)’ is sure to stir their pots. Adkins avoids lyrical euphemisms, but underscores his steamy message with suggestive guitar licks and his trademark growl.

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Casey James, ‘Crying on a Suitcase’ – Song Review

‘Crying on a Suitcase’ is one of two songs on Casey James‘ self-titled debut that the singer didn’t help write, but the song doesn’t suffer from any lack of personal connection. It’s a more straightforward, mainstream country song than his previous single ‘Let’s Don’t Call It a Night,’ which leaned more toward soul or blues. James’ delivery here is appropriately urgent.

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