History Music / BradPaisley

17th Aug '17 9:45:21 AM Twentington
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Paisley and his now-former producer Frank Rogers also own the Sea Gayle label, whose roster includes Jerrod Niemann.

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Paisley and his now-former producer Frank Rogers also own the Sea Gayle label, whose roster includes Jerrod Niemann.
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7th Aug '17 11:26:22 AM Twentington
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* ''Love and War'' (2016)

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* ''Love and War'' (2016)
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* CallAndResponseSong: On "Remind Me", Brad sings the first verse and chorus, with Carrie doing the "remind me"s on the chorus. The pattern then reverses for the second verse and chorus, and they trade off for the rest of the song.

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* CallAndResponseSong: On "Remind Me", Brad sings the first verse and chorus, with Carrie doing providing the "remind me"s TitleDrop on the chorus. The pattern then reverses for the second verse and chorus, and they trade off for the rest of the song.
21st Apr '17 2:37:15 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BrokenStreak: Starting with 2005's "When I Get Where I'm Going", he had an impressive streak of ten consecutive #1 hits on the country charts. This included a five-straight streak for singles off his ''5th Gear'' album, tying Rodney Crowell's ''Diamonds & Dirt'' as the country album with the most #1 hits (although one of Paisley's songs was a re-recording that was only added to later presses of the album). 2009's "Welcome to the Future" broke the streak when it just missed at #2.[[note]]Both it and followup "American Saturday Night" hit #1 on the ''Mediabase'' charts, but his streak was shorter there to begin with, since both "Ticks" and "Online" only got to #2 on ''Mediabase'' in 2007.[[/note]]

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* BrokenStreak: BrokenWinLossStreak: Starting with 2005's "When I Get Where I'm Going", he had an impressive streak of ten consecutive #1 hits on the country charts. This included a five-straight streak for singles off his ''5th Gear'' album, tying Rodney Crowell's ''Diamonds & Dirt'' as the country album with the most #1 hits (although one of Paisley's songs was a re-recording that was only added to later presses of the album). 2009's "Welcome to the Future" broke the streak when it just missed at #2.[[note]]Both it and followup "American Saturday Night" hit #1 on the ''Mediabase'' charts, but his streak was shorter there to begin with, since both "Ticks" and "Online" only got to #2 on ''Mediabase'' in 2007.[[/note]]
15th Mar '17 2:32:11 PM Twentington
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* AlbumTitleDrop: Subverted: "Without a Fight" contains the line "''And sometimes I think we don't belong together / Confusing '''love and war'''''", but it did not make the album's final cut.
* BasementDweller: The subject of "Online," a nerdy loser who claims to be a supermodel online.

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* AlbumTitleDrop: Subverted: Double-subverted: "Without a Fight" contains the line "''And sometimes I think we don't belong together / Confusing '''love and war'''''", but it did not make the album's final cut.
cut. However, ''Love and War'' still has a song of the same name.
* BasementDweller: The subject of "Online," a nerdy loser who claims to be a supermodel popular model online.



* BrokenStreak: Starting with 2005's "When I Get Where I'm Going", he had an impressive streak of ten consecutive #1 hits on the country charts. This included a five-straight streak for singles off his 5th Gear album, tying Rodney Crowell's ''Diamonds & Dirt'' as the country album with the most #1 hits (although one of Paisley's songs was a re-recording that was only added to later presses of the album). 2009's "Welcome to the Future" broke the streak when it just missed at #2.[[note]]Both it and followup "American Saturday Night" hit #1 on the ''Mediabase'' charts, but his streak was shorter there to begin with, since both "Ticks" and "Online" only got to #2 on ''Mediabase'' in 2007.[[/note]]

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* BrokenStreak: Starting with 2005's "When I Get Where I'm Going", he had an impressive streak of ten consecutive #1 hits on the country charts. This included a five-straight streak for singles off his 5th Gear ''5th Gear'' album, tying Rodney Crowell's ''Diamonds & Dirt'' as the country album with the most #1 hits (although one of Paisley's songs was a re-recording that was only added to later presses of the album). 2009's "Welcome to the Future" broke the streak when it just missed at #2.[[note]]Both it and followup "American Saturday Night" hit #1 on the ''Mediabase'' charts, but his streak was shorter there to begin with, since both "Ticks" and "Online" only got to #2 on ''Mediabase'' in 2007.[[/note]]
10th Mar '17 8:51:04 AM Twentington
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* AlbumTitleDrop: Occurs in "Without a Fight": "''And sometimes I think we don't belong together / Confusing '''love and war'''''."

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* AlbumTitleDrop: Occurs in Subverted: "Without a Fight": Fight" contains the line "''And sometimes I think we don't belong together / Confusing '''love and war'''''."war'''''", but it did not make the album's final cut.
30th Jan '17 8:42:45 PM Twentington
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* AlbumTitleDrop: Occurs in "Without a Fight": "''And sometimes I think we don't belong together / Confusing '''love and war'''''."
30th Jan '17 8:37:39 PM Twentington
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* ''Love and War'' (2016)
1st Jan '17 11:42:31 AM Twentington
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* BrokenStreak: Between 2005 and 2009, he had an impressive streak of ten consecutive #1 hits on the country charts. This included a five-straight streak for singles off his 5th Gear album, tying Rodney Crowell's Diamonds & Dirt for the country album with the most #1 hits (although one of Paisley's songs was a re-recording that was only added to later presses of the album). Then in 2009, after the mega-hit "Then", both "Welcome to the Future" and "American Saturday Night" stalled out at #2. (He's had four more #1's since.)

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* BrokenStreak: Between 2005 and 2009, Starting with 2005's "When I Get Where I'm Going", he had an impressive streak of ten consecutive #1 hits on the country charts. This included a five-straight streak for singles off his 5th Gear album, tying Rodney Crowell's Diamonds ''Diamonds & Dirt for Dirt'' as the country album with the most #1 hits (although one of Paisley's songs was a re-recording that was only added to later presses of the album). Then in 2009, after the mega-hit "Then", both 2009's "Welcome to the Future" broke the streak when it just missed at #2.[[note]]Both it and followup "American Saturday Night" stalled out at #2. (He's had four more #1's since.) hit #1 on the ''Mediabase'' charts, but his streak was shorter there to begin with, since both "Ticks" and "Online" only got to #2 on ''Mediabase'' in 2007.[[/note]]
23rd Dec '16 5:28:54 PM Twentington
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* ChartDisplacement: "Whiskey Lullaby" is one of his biggest hits despite only getting to #3; this is because it was blocked by the one-two punch of "[[Music/KennyChesney I Go Back]]" and "[[Music/TimMcGraw Live Like You Were Dying]]".
31st Oct '16 5:33:33 PM Twentington
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* AntiHero: The narrator of "Ticks" may be one he's using "I'd like to check you for ticks" as a pickup line, for crying out loud.



* ChartDisplacement: "Whiskey Lullaby" is one of his biggest hits despite only getting to #3; this is because it was blocked by the one-two punch of "[[Music/KennyChesney I Go Back]]" and "[[Music/TimMcGraw Live Like You Were Dying]]".



-->'''GeorgeJones''': Ask her out.

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-->'''GeorgeJones''': -->'''Music/GeorgeJones''': Ask her out.
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