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* [[PsychoExGirlfriend Crazy Ex-Girlfriend]]

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* [[PsychoExGirlfriend Crazy Ex-Girlfriend]]PsychoExGirlfriend: The subject of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend".



* GayAesop: One of the characters in "All Kinds of Kinds" is a "congressman with closets full of skeletons / And dresses that he wore on Friday nights."



* LyricalColdOpen: "Somethin' Bad" jumps right in with an a cappella refrain.
* MsFanservice: At many of her concerts and magazine covers, Miranda is dressed in a white strapless T-shirt and jeans, arguably -- given that she is very attractive -- a fashion statement for many women in their 20s and early 30s.

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* LyricalColdOpen: "Somethin' Bad" jumps right in with an a cappella refrain.
* MsFanservice: At many of her concerts and magazine covers, Miranda is dressed in a white strapless T-shirt and jeans, arguably -- given that she is very attractive -- a fashion statement for many women in their 20s and early 30s.
ACappella refrain.



* VocalTagTeam: In Pistol Annies, some songs have all three of them sharing the lead, or just one of them leading and the other two harmonizing.

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* VocalTagTeam: In On both of the Pistol Annies, some songs have Annies albums, all three of them sharing the lead, or just one of them leading and the other two harmonizing.alternate on lead vocals.



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* GenreDeconstruction: Her main theme in her songs (when not outright using subversion) about the stereotypes of the image of a good, docile [[TheIngenue woman]] in country music and shows that women who abides by this tradition are spineless and miserable. Best shown in ''Mama's Broken Heart''.

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* GenreDeconstruction: Her main theme in her songs (when not outright using subversion) about the stereotypes of the image of a good, docile [[TheIngenue woman]] in country music and shows that women who abides by this tradition are spineless and miserable. Best shown in ''Mama's "Mama's Broken Heart''.Heart".


* GenreDeconstruction: Her main theme in her song when not using subversion of the stereotypes about the image of a good, docile [[TheIngenue woman]] in country music and shows that women who abides by this tradition are spineless and miserable. Best shown in ''Mama's Broken Heart''.

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* GenreDeconstruction: Her main theme in her song when songs (when not outright using subversion of subversion) about the stereotypes about of the image of a good, docile [[TheIngenue woman]] in country music and shows that women who abides by this tradition are spineless and miserable. Best shown in ''Mama's Broken Heart''.

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* GenreDeconstruction: Her main theme in her song when not using subversion of the stereotypes about the image of a good, docile [[TheIngenue woman]] in country music and shows that women who abides by this tradition are spineless and miserable. Best shown in ''Mama's Broken Heart''.


* LoudnessWar: A common fault of Frank Liddell's production, particularly on ''Revolution''. Many of her up-tempo songs are a hot mess over way-too-loud guitars, and sometimes even the ballads suffer — even "Over You" has a lot of clipping and a screaming solo before the last verse. Even worse, this is often a ZigZaggedTrope for Liddell — "The House That Built Me" is just Lambert's vocal and acoustic guitar, and is nowhere near being an example of this trope.

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* LoudnessWar: A common fault of Frank Liddell's production, production is his choice of neophyte sound engineers, particularly on ''Revolution''. Many of her up-tempo songs are a hot mess over way-too-loud guitars, and sometimes even the ballads suffer — even "Over You" has a lot of clipping and a screaming solo before the last verse. Even worse, this is often a ZigZaggedTrope for Liddell — "The House That Built Me" is just Lambert's vocal and acoustic guitar, and is nowhere near being an example of this trope.


* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: She is by far the most commercially successful ''Series/NashvilleStar'' contestant, although it took her a bit longer to get there.



* TheSomethingSong: "Airstream Song."



* TechnologyMarchesOn:[[invoked]] In "Automatic", she laments that this is happening in the world and reminisces on the way things used to be "back before everything became automatic".
* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: She is by far the most commercially successful ''Series/NashvilleStar'' contestant, although it took her a bit longer to get there.
* TheSomethingSong: "Airstream Song."

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* TechnologyMarchesOn:[[invoked]] In "Automatic", "Automatic," she laments that this is happening in the world and reminisces on the way things used to be "back before everything became automatic".
* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: She is by far the most commercially successful ''Series/NashvilleStar'' contestant, although it took her a bit longer to get there.
* TheSomethingSong: "Airstream Song.
automatic."


* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: Buddy Jewell initially outshone her on the charts (his had two top 3 hits, a number 1 album that went gold; ''Kerosene'' was a number 1 album that went platinum but its singles didn't fare as well). However, Jewell's momentum died on the second album, while Lambert has only continued to gain momentum with each successive disc.
** …but she has been promptly zig-zagged by Season 4 winner Chris Young, who has managed five consecutive number 1 singles (despite a false start on the first album) even though his albums haven't sold nearly as well and he is not nearly as well-known in the mainstream as she is.

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* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: Buddy Jewell initially outshone She is by far the most commercially successful ''Series/NashvilleStar'' contestant, although it took her on the charts (his had two top 3 hits, a number 1 album that went gold; ''Kerosene'' was a number 1 album that went platinum but its singles didn't fare as well). However, Jewell's momentum died on the second album, while Lambert has only continued bit longer to gain momentum with each successive disc.
** …but she has been promptly zig-zagged by Season 4 winner Chris Young, who has managed five consecutive number 1 singles (despite a false start on the first album) even though his albums haven't sold nearly as well and he is not nearly as well-known in the mainstream as she is.
get there.


* CoverVersion: On each of her albums, starting with "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" she has included a cover of a song originally written by and/or recorded by an Americana/folk singer-songwriter including the Emmylou Harris hit "Easy From Now On," written by Susanna Clark and Carlene Carter, Patty Griffin's "Getting Ready," to name a few of the covers on ''Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," John Prine's "That's The Way That The World Goes 'Round," Fred Eaglesmith's "Time To Get a Gun" on ''Revolution'', Danny O'Keefe's "Covered Wagon" on "The Weight of These Wings" to name a few.

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* CoverVersion: On each of her albums, starting with "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" she has included a cover of a song originally written by and/or recorded by an Americana/folk singer-songwriter including the Emmylou Harris hit "Easy From Now On," written by Susanna Clark and Carlene Carter, Patty Griffin's "Getting Ready," to name a few of the covers on ''Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," Ex-Girlfriend,'' John Prine's "That's The Way That The World Goes 'Round," Fred Eaglesmith's "Time To Get a Gun" on ''Revolution'', Danny O'Keefe's "Covered Wagon" on "The Weight of These Wings" to name a few.


* TakeThat: Went after the Grammy producers and general society for accepting back Music/ChrisBrown so easily after he beat up {{Rihanna}} and physically abused her and for being a convicted felon

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* TakeThat: Went after the Grammy producers and general society for accepting back Music/ChrisBrown so easily after he beat up {{Rihanna}} {{Music/Rihanna}} and physically abused her and for being a convicted felon


* CoverVersion: On each of her albums, starting with "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" she has included a cover of a song originally written by and/or recorded by an Americana/folk singer-songwriter including the Emmylou Harris hit "Easy From Now On," written by Susanna Clark and Carlene Carter, Pstty Griffin's "Getting Ready," to name a few of the covers on ''Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," John Prine's "That's The Way That The World Goes 'Round," Fred Eaglesmith's "Time To Get a Gun" on ''Revolution'', Danny O'Keefe's "Covered Wagon" on "The Weight of These Wings" to name a few.

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* CoverVersion: On each of her albums, starting with "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" she has included a cover of a song originally written by and/or recorded by an Americana/folk singer-songwriter including the Emmylou Harris hit "Easy From Now On," written by Susanna Clark and Carlene Carter, Pstty Patty Griffin's "Getting Ready," to name a few of the covers on ''Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," John Prine's "That's The Way That The World Goes 'Round," Fred Eaglesmith's "Time To Get a Gun" on ''Revolution'', Danny O'Keefe's "Covered Wagon" on "The Weight of These Wings" to name a few.


* CoverSongs: On each of her albums, starting with "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" she has included a cover of a song originally written and/or recorded by an Americana/folk singer-songwriter including the Emmylou Harris hit "Easy From Now On," PAtty Griffin's "Getting Ready," on ''Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," John Prine's "That's The Way That The World Goes 'Round," Fred Eaglesmith's "Time To Get a Gun" on ''Revolution'', Danny O'Keefe's "Covered Wagon" on "The Weight of These Wings" to name a few.

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* CoverSongs: CoverVersion: On each of her albums, starting with "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" she has included a cover of a song originally written by and/or recorded by an Americana/folk singer-songwriter including the Emmylou Harris hit "Easy From Now On," PAtty written by Susanna Clark and Carlene Carter, Pstty Griffin's "Getting Ready," to name a few of the covers on ''Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," John Prine's "That's The Way That The World Goes 'Round," Fred Eaglesmith's "Time To Get a Gun" on ''Revolution'', Danny O'Keefe's "Covered Wagon" on "The Weight of These Wings" to name a few.

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* CoverSongs: On each of her albums, starting with "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" she has included a cover of a song originally written and/or recorded by an Americana/folk singer-songwriter including the Emmylou Harris hit "Easy From Now On," PAtty Griffin's "Getting Ready," on ''Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," John Prine's "That's The Way That The World Goes 'Round," Fred Eaglesmith's "Time To Get a Gun" on ''Revolution'', Danny O'Keefe's "Covered Wagon" on "The Weight of These Wings" to name a few.


Miranda Lambert rose to fame in 2003 as the third-place finisher on the first season of the musical competition ''Series/NashvilleStar''. After singing backing and duet vocals on first-placer Buddy Jewell's debut album, Lambert secured a contract with Creator/EpicRecords Nashville. Her debut album ''Kerosene'' was released to critical acclaim and strong sales, although its singles did not perform well (the title track, at #15 on Hot Country Songs, being its best showing).

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Miranda Leigh Lambert (born November 10, 1983) rose to fame in 2003 as the third-place finisher on the first season of the musical competition ''Series/NashvilleStar''. After singing backing and duet vocals on first-placer Buddy Jewell's debut album, Lambert secured a contract with Creator/EpicRecords Nashville. Her debut album ''Kerosene'' was released to critical acclaim and strong sales, although its singles did not perform well (the title track, at #15 on Hot Country Songs, being its best showing).

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