History Music / CarrieUnderwood

30th Nov '15 11:20:38 AM Twentington
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* INeedAFreakingDrink: "Smoke Break" is about people who feel stressed out by everyday lives and express this phrase: -->She said, I don't drink\\ But sometimes I need a stiff drink\\ Sipping from a high, full glass\\ Let the world fade away\\ She said, I don't smoke\\ But sometimes I need a long drag\\ Yeah, I know it might sound bad\\ But sometimes I need a smoke break
8th Nov '15 11:44:13 AM Twentington
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* RecordProducer: Nearly all of her material from 2004-2014 has been produced by Mark Bright (whose other credits include Blackhawk and the first three albums by Music/RascalFlatts), except for her coronation single "Inside Your Heaven" (produced by Desmond Child) and a handful of guest appearances. "Smoke Break" breaks the pattern, with Jay Joyce (Music/EricChurch, Music/LittleBigTown) behind the boards.
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* RecordProducer: Nearly all of her material from 2004-2014 has been produced by Mark Bright (whose other credits include Blackhawk and the first three albums by Music/RascalFlatts), except for her coronation single "Inside Your Heaven" (produced by Desmond Child) and a handful of guest appearances. "Smoke Break" ''Storyteller'' breaks the pattern, with pattern somewhat, as some tracks are produced by Zach Crowell or Jay Joyce (Music/EricChurch, Music/LittleBigTown) behind the boards.instead.
25th Aug '15 9:13:58 AM Twentington
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* ''Storyteller'' (2015)

* RecordProducer: Nearly all of her material has been produced by Mark Bright (whose other credits include Blackhawk and the first three albums by Music/RascalFlatts), except for her coronation single "Inside Your Heaven" (produced by Desmond Child) and a handful of guest appearances.
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* RecordProducer: Nearly all of her material from 2004-2014 has been produced by Mark Bright (whose other credits include Blackhawk and the first three albums by Music/RascalFlatts), except for her coronation single "Inside Your Heaven" (produced by Desmond Child) and a handful of guest appearances.appearances. "Smoke Break" breaks the pattern, with Jay Joyce (Music/EricChurch, Music/LittleBigTown) behind the boards.
2nd Apr '15 11:03:14 AM JohnPrestwick
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That I've let all these years go by wasted\\
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That I've let all these years go by wasted\\wasted
12th Mar '15 10:53:29 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* HotMom: As of 2015.
8th Mar '15 1:14:51 AM Twentington
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Carrie Marie Underwood (1983-) is an American country singer and songwriter. At 22, Carrie, a country farm girl from Checotah, Oklahoma, auditioned for the fourth ''Series/AmericanIdol'' with "I Can't Make You Love Me". Although the judges were impressed, it wasn't until Underwood sang Heart's "Alone" that her true potential appeared. She won the final over Bo Bice and immediately proved Simon right: Like Music/KellyClarkson before her, Underwood became a star in her own right (yet unlike Clarkson has completely escaped association with the Idol brand) and took the CountryMusic world by storm. She has since won multiple Grammys and set a yet-to-be-surpassed benchmark for ''Idol'' success. So far, none of her singles have peaked at lower than second, by itself an impressive streak, but the strong sales of her four albums and omnipresence in two genres are next-to-impossible to ignore.
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Carrie Marie Underwood (1983-) is an American country singer and songwriter. At 22, Carrie, a country farm girl from Checotah, Oklahoma, auditioned for the fourth ''Series/AmericanIdol'' with "I Can't Make You Love Me". Although the judges were impressed, it wasn't until Underwood sang Heart's "Alone" that her true potential appeared. She won the final over Bo Bice and immediately proved Simon right: Like Music/KellyClarkson before her, Underwood became a star in her own right (yet unlike Clarkson has completely escaped association with the Idol brand) and took the CountryMusic world by storm. She has since won multiple Grammys and set a yet-to-be-surpassed benchmark for ''Idol'' success. So far, none of her singles have peaked at lower than second, second on at least one major country chart, by itself an impressive streak, but the strong sales of her four albums and omnipresence in two genres are next-to-impossible to ignore.

* BreakupSong: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaSy8yy-mr8 Before He Cheats]]". * BrokenStreak: Between "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and "Undo It", all of Carrie's songs had gotten to #1 on at least one major country singles chart 12 singles in a row went to #1 on the ''Mediabase'' country charts, of which all but two ("Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So") did the same on ''Billboard''. Then in early 2011, "Mama's Song" became her first to miss the top spot on ''Mediabase''.[[note]]Since then, she's had four more #1 hits. Two topped both charts, and two more "Two Black Cadillacs" and "See You Again" continued the "#1 on ''Mediabase'', #2 on ''Billboard''" trend.[[/note]] ** Following ''Billboard'''s split of the country charts into Country Songs (which includes digital sales and non-country airplay to better gauge which songs are crossing over the best) and Country Airplay (which tracks only airplay, the method formerly used by "Country Songs" before the split), the streak was broken again on Country Airplay with "Somethin' Bad", her duet with Music/MirandaLambert which only got to #7 on Country Airplay. However, the duet was released from one of Miranda's albums, and it still got to #1 on Country Songs.
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* BreakupSong: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaSy8yy-mr8 Before "Before He Cheats]]". Cheats" hints at this at the end ("'Cause the next time that he cheats / You know it won't be on me"). * BrokenStreak: Between "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and "Undo It", all of Carrie's songs had gotten to #1 on at least one major country singles chart 12 singles in a row went to #1 on the ''Mediabase'' country charts, of which all but two ("Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So") did the same on ''Billboard''. Then in early 2011, "Mama's Song" became her first to miss the top spot on ''Mediabase''.[[note]]Since Since then, she's had four more among her successive #1 hits. Two topped both charts, and two more hits, "Two Black Cadillacs" and "See You Again" continued the "#1 went to #1 on ''Mediabase'', ''Mediabase'' only and #2 on ''Billboard''" trend.[[/note]] ''Billboard''. ** Following ''Billboard'''s split of the country charts into two separate charts[[note]]Country Airplay, which follows the old chart's tabulation of just airplay, and Country Songs (which Songs, the former name of the Airplay chart, which now includes digital sales and non-country airplay to better gauge which songs are crossing over the best) and Country Airplay (which tracks only airplay, the method formerly used by "Country Songs" before the split), airplay[[/note]], the streak was broken again on Country Airplay with "Somethin' Bad", her duet with Music/MirandaLambert which only got to #7 on Country Airplay.there. However, the duet was released from one of Miranda's albums, and it still got to #1 on Country Songs.

* IdenticalStranger: Much humor has been made by fans of ''HannahMontana'' co-star Creator/EmilyOsment (and Emily herself) on social media of her resemblance to Carrie.
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* IdenticalStranger: Much humor has been made by fans of ''HannahMontana'' ''Series/HannahMontana'' co-star Creator/EmilyOsment (and Emily herself) on social media of her resemblance to Carrie.

* OdeToSobriety: "Wasted" is a type 1. * OlderThanTheyLook
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* OdeToSobriety: "Wasted" is a type 1. 1, about a couple split over the male's drinking. The second verse, from the male's perspective, makes it clearest: -->Another glass of whiskey but it still don't kill the pain\\ So he stumbles to the sink and pours it down the drain\\ He says it's time to be a man and stop living for yesterday\\ Gotta face it\\ Cause' I don't wanna' spend my life jaded\\ Waiting to wake up one day and find\\ That I've let all these years go by wasted\\ * OlderThanTheyLookOlderThanTheyLook: Look at the picture above; it's hard to believe she was already past legal drinking age before she released her first single.

* SouthernBelle

* VehicularSabotage: Done in "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaSy8yy-mr8 Before He Cheats]]" ** "Last Name" showed the 4-wheel drive was won in Vegas, or Carrie would have taken out a Pinto instead.
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* VehicularSabotage: Done in "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaSy8yy-mr8 Before "Before He Cheats]]" ** "Last Name" showed Cheats": -->I dug my key into the side\\ Of his pretty little souped-up 4-wheel drive was won drive\\ Carved my name into his leather seats\\ Took a Louisville Slugger to both headlights\\ Slashed a hole in Vegas, or Carrie would have taken out a Pinto instead.all four tires\\ Maybe next time he'll think before he cheats
6th Mar '15 1:58:15 PM ANTMuddle
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* HotMom: As of 2015.
31st Jan '15 6:27:42 PM Twentington
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** "Something in the Water" also only got to #3 on Country Airplay, her lowest ''solo'' peak there to date, but it was still #1 on Country Songs.
4th Jan '15 4:04:26 PM ANTMuddle
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Simon had no idea just how right he was.
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Did Simon had no idea just how right he was. call it or what?
29th Dec '14 9:19:58 AM dsneybuf
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* ToonTransformation: Inverted in the music video for "Ever Ever After", which sees an animated Carrie visit a live-action city. [[spoiler:Played straight at the end, when Carrie brings her new LoveInterest back to her cartoon world so they can get married.]] This parallels ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' in BroadStrokes, which feels appropriate because the song plays during that movie's epilogue.
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* ToonTransformation: Inverted in the music video for "Ever Ever After", which sees an animated Carrie visit change from animation to flesh-and-blood while visiting a live-action city. [[spoiler:Played straight at the end, when Carrie brings her new LoveInterest back to her cartoon world so they can get married.]] This parallels ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' in BroadStrokes, which feels appropriate because the song plays during that movie's epilogue.
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