History Music / FaithHill

12th Jan '16 10:57:46 PM Ironeye
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Genre Adultery moved to Trivia
* NewSoundAlbum[=/=]GenreAdultery: ''Breathe'' was noticeably more pop than her previous efforts, but it was still rooted in country enough to get her hits there. ''Cry'' completed the transition from country-pop to outright pop. Although this sound won her a Grammy for the title track and gave her a third number one on the AC charts, the rest of the album did very little at country or pop radio ("Cry" zoomed to #12 then dropped like a rock), and led to many fans accusing her of selling out to the pop base. She pretty much returned to her mid-1990s sound with ''Fireflies'' in 2005.
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* NewSoundAlbum[=/=]GenreAdultery: ''Breathe'' was noticeably more pop than her previous efforts, but it was still rooted in country enough to get her hits there. NewSoundAlbum: ''Cry'' completed the transition from country-pop to outright pop.pop that began in ''Breathe''. Although this sound won her a Grammy for the title track and gave her a third number one on the AC charts, the rest of the album did very little at country or pop radio ("Cry" zoomed to #12 then dropped like a rock), and led to many fans accusing her of selling out to the pop base. She pretty much returned to her mid-1990s sound with ''Fireflies'' in 2005.
12th Dec '15 8:15:32 PM Twentington
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* NewSoundAlbum: ** ''Breathe'' was noticeably more pop than her previous efforts, but it was still rooted in country enough to get her hits there. ** ''Cry'' completed the transition from country-pop to outright pop. Although this sound won her a Grammy for the title track and gave her a third number one on the AC charts, the rest of the album did very little at country or pop radio ("Cry" zoomed to #12 then dropped like a rock), and led to many fans accusing her of selling out to the pop base. She pretty much returned to her mid-1990s sound with ''Fireflies'' in 2005.
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* NewSoundAlbum: ** NewSoundAlbum[=/=]GenreAdultery: ''Breathe'' was noticeably more pop than her previous efforts, but it was still rooted in country enough to get her hits there. ** there. ''Cry'' completed the transition from country-pop to outright pop. Although this sound won her a Grammy for the title track and gave her a third number one on the AC charts, the rest of the album did very little at country or pop radio ("Cry" zoomed to #12 then dropped like a rock), and led to many fans accusing her of selling out to the pop base. She pretty much returned to her mid-1990s sound with ''Fireflies'' in 2005.

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* NewSoundAlbum: ** ''Breathe'' was noticeably more pop than her previous efforts, but it was still rooted in country enough TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: "Breathe" only got to get her hits there. ** ''Cry'' completed the transition from country-pop to outright pop. Although this sound won her a Grammy for the title track and gave her a third number one #2 on the AC charts, Hot 100, but was the rest top pop hit of 2000 per the album did very little at country or pop radio ("Cry" zoomed to #12 then dropped like a rock), and led to many fans accusing her of selling out to the pop base. She pretty much returned to her mid-1990s sound with ''Fireflies'' in 2005.''Billboard'' Year-End charts.
4th Aug '15 3:53:39 AM BlackTemplar
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* SelfBackingVocalist: Done a lot, almost exclusively.
4th Aug '15 3:52:02 AM BlackTemplar
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Since 2006 she's also enjoyed a high-profile role providing the musical opening for Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Sunday Night Football'' telecasts.
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Since 2006 she's also enjoyed a high-profile role providing From 2006-2014 she provided the musical opening for Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Sunday Night Football'' telecasts.
31st May '15 11:20:54 AM rjung
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* VivaLasVegas: "Let's Go to Vegas" has her persuading a lover to run off and get married in Vegas. The TropeNamer is name-dropped in the bridge.
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* VivaLasVegas: "Let's Go to Vegas" has her persuading a lover to run off and get married in Vegas.UsefulNotes/LasVegas. The TropeNamer is name-dropped in the bridge.
5th Apr '15 4:43:06 PM TakingItOnTheOtherside
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3rd Dec '14 12:28:58 PM Twentington
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* VivaLasVegas: "Let's Go to Vegas" has her persuading a lover to run off and get married in Vegas. * WordSaladLyrics: "Red Umbrella". On one blog, the writers tried to justify it as being like a Beatles song, but judge for yourself:
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* VivaLasVegas: "Let's Go to Vegas" has her persuading a lover to run off and get married in Vegas. Vegas. The TropeNamer is name-dropped in the bridge. * WordSaladLyrics: "Red Umbrella". On one blog, the writers tried to justify it as being like a Beatles Music/TheBeatles song, but judge for yourself:
15th Oct '14 11:19:36 AM Twentington
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* SurrealMusicVideo: "This Kiss".
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* SurrealMusicVideo: "This Kiss".Kiss", which has her swinging from cherries, riding rockets, and playing with oversized butterflies.
20th Mar '14 10:17:15 PM Twentington
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* HideYourPregnancy: Attempted in the "This Kiss" video, but there are a few shots where her baby bump is at least somewhat noticeable.
20th Mar '14 10:15:25 PM Twentington
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* EarWorm: "This Kiss". And how!
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