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  • Summary: The debut album for the Augusta, Georgia, country trio includes the daughter of country singer Linda Davis and the brother of Josh Kelley.

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I Run To You
I run from hate I run from prejudice I run from pessimists But I run too late I run my life Or is it running me Run from my past I run too fast Or... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Not only is this one of the best new-artist debuts in recent memory (think Dixie Chicks in 1998), Lady Antebellum's self-titled set will go down as one of the year's best, period.
  2. A rare find in any genre, the entire album holds up from stem to stern as the group deftly gives Nashville what it needs in terms of melody and production polish while mostly sidestepping assembly-line banalities.
  3. At this point, Lady Antebellum is a group that seems to know the basics of contemporary country but isn't ready to move beyond them or redefine them for its own ends. Still, this is a good beginning.
  4. There's nothing revolutionary here, just a solid set of songs performed with definite skill and enthusiasm.
  5. It’s all very pleasant, and a bit generic.
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