Rascal Flatts have remained superstars by consistently answering the multi-Platinum question, "What if the Eagles had emerged in 2000s Nashville instead of 1970s L.A.?" A dozen years into the band's career, only sheer orneriness could inspire them to eschew their world-beating blend of sweet vocal harmonies, pop hooks, rock 'n' roll energy, a touch of soul and an urbane—but not urban—take on twang. The flux-minded album title aside, Rascal Flatts remains one of the few reliable institutions left in America, from the gospel-kissed title track to the rocking, raw-boned "She's Leaving" and the cry-it-out power ballad "Let It Hurt." Fans can still set their watches by these guys.
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