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Platinum

2 Jun 2014 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 6 April 2014
  • Release Date: 6 April 2014
  • Label: RCA Records Label Nashville
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  • Total Length: 58:15
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  • ASIN: B00JLFOAOC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 786 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 3 Jun 2014
Format: Audio CD
Miranda has the ideal voice for country music, and there's more of a country feel to this album than some of her earlier albums. I particularly like All that's left (featuring the Time Jumpers), perhaps because it's the most obviously country track here - and it's a great fun song too.

Miranda does seem to like using expletives, although she avoids the really bad one. You can see from the track listing what she uses; my review might not be posted if I repeat them :-) One expletive is used a lot on the track before All that's left, reflecting on a lot of old things that Miranda enjoys, including Black and Decker tools. I wonder if Black and Decker (who I worked for twice, each spell being a six-month temporary assignment) will feel flattered or insulted. I hope flattered; they still exist albeit as part of a larger entity called Stanley Black and Decker.

There are many other great songs here, including Smokin' and Drinkin' ([featuring. Little Big Town]), Hard staying sober, Another Sunday in the South and Gravity is a ....

This may be Miranda Lambert's best solo album yet, although I haven't heard Kerosene.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dreams123 on 6 Jun 2014
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Miranda slays again with her 5th studio album, "Platinum", after a looong three year wait since her 4th album, "Four the Record". "Platinum" is Miranda's most sonically ambitious album yet, exploring different musical realms while still maintaining her strong country roots. The album embodies many emotions and by extension holds a song for everyone. "Platinum" is commercial, yes, but something about it beckons that it is far from ordinary. What makes "Platinum" particularly special is Miranda's ability to combine dark wit with some truly evocative lyrics. There's clever humour ("Gravity is a Bitch"), attitude ("Little Red Wagon") and nostalgia ("Automatic"). "Platinum" embodies everything you would expect a country album too, and much, much more. :)

My favourite songs and the stand out songs of the album:

"Platinum". The title track is possibly the most pop sounding song ever released by Lambert, even though it is still undeniably country. It's light-hearted, feminine and fun, also combining Miranda's trademark humour with kick of sass. Although "Platinum" is not just about selling loads of records (which she has).In a recent interview Miranda stated "I don't want to sound pretentious. It's about platinum records, but also the color of an Airstream, and the color of my hair".
Favourite lyric: "What doesn't kill you, only makes you blonder"

"Little Red Wagon" is the classic Miranda stomper on the album, and one of her most musically ambitious songs to date. Fuelled by attitude, wit and a raging guitar, "Little Red Wagon" is indisputably Miranda, even if it is a cover. The song almost produces a classic rock feel, while still resting in contemporary country.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Channell on 2 Jun 2014
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The first lady of Texas honky-tonk country music is back with a great record of tracks that demonstrate her fantastic voice, her sense of humour and her knack of choosing excellent supporting musicians and collaborators. Platinum has hit after hit from the Salon soul of the title track to the pure sass of Little Red Wagon. If you like Country that makes you tap your foot rather than cry into your beer than Miranda is for you. Yeee Haaaaa!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. L. Potts on 2 July 2014
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I have 4 other Miranda Lambert albums and I have to say this is the most disappointing. After the wonderful promise of the great single "Automatic" the rest of the album doesn't stack up. One track with her friend Carrie Underwood is pretty good, however, it's more like 80's hair metal than Country Rock. There's a couple of average Ragtime blues tracks on there too, again, nothing worth praising. Then there's the awful "Little red wagon" obviously aimed at the 12 year old fans! That track is like a poor attempt at 80's (again) English New wave/punk music.
"Smokin' and drinkin'" along with "Priscilla" are a little more like I expected but still just miss. I would've given the album just 2 stars if it weren't for "Automatic" being such a cool track, magic! Of the ragtime tracks, "Gravity is a bitch" is quite good too (if you like that music, which I do) the lyrics made me smile. "Another Sunday in the South" is class too! Just a shame the other tracks let it down but hey, that's just my opinion, make up your own mind,
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By roger's reviews on 5 Jun 2014
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This latest from Miranda Lambert gives great, simple, genuine, sometimes BAD! (as in naughty!) country words and music. This is my first of Miranda's albums, and I reckon its what country music SHOULD sound like.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. B. R. Good VINE VOICE on 2 Jun 2014
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Yet again Miranda comes out with something fresh and new but still real country. There is not a forgettable track on this album, I particularly love Little Red Wagon, Babies Makin' Babies, Two Rings Shy and the Shanondoah 'tribute' Sunday in The South.

One of my favourite country albums of the past 5 years.

Any fan of Miranda's Lamberts voice will love this.
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Okay, lets be honest. Miranda Lambert could just sing the contents of a phone book, and it would be 90% better than what most singers come up with these days, but I can't help feeling slightly disappointed with her latest album.
Nothing seemed to hook me from the first listen, which is unusual for her if I'm honest.

Saying that though, it's a solid collection of songs that are just as humorous as we've all come to expect from ML, and her songwriting seems as good as always, but IMO there's just something missing, that I can't put my finger on.
Definitely her weakest offering yet, but 5 albums in, she isn't doing too badly.

Ironically, considering the album title, this is her first album not to reach Platinum status in the US.
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