With a trio of top quality singers ibcluding Miranda Lambert, this album, like its sequel Annie Up
, sounds more country than what I've heard of Miranda's solo music so fareen conceived partly as a way for Miranda to record some recognizably country music while recording other nusic to satisfy her record label and the fans who buy her solo music. Am I being cynical? Maybe, but I enjoy her solo music even though I question its classification as country, whereas I have no hesitation in classifying the music of the Pistol Annies as country.
Some of the songs are amusing including Trailer fir rent, which has some mild expletives in the lyrics. I generally prefer songwriters to avoid expletives of any kind, but they work well here.
This whole album is great from the opening Hell on heels to the closing Family feud.