Unstoppable - Rascal Flatts
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  • Summary: The latest album for the country trio was produced with Dann Huff.
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  1. The 11-track set is unlikely to slow the group's momentum, since it's as polished as a diner countertop.
  2. The love-based toe tappers leave you longing for Keith Urban, while the party song 'Summer Nights' actually sends you running to see if it's from "High School Musical 2." Luckily, singer Gary LeVox still hasn't met a mournful power ballad that he couldn't sell.
  3. Crisply produced, the album's biggest problem is the one that has always dogged Rascal Flatts: All the songs bleed into one another with rarely a shift in structure or mood.
  4. An act that thrives on formula continues to mine it with Unstoppable, another celebration of puppy love and sugary hooks boiled down to their simplest forms.
  5. Unfortunately the album is filled with blank and unspecific emotions that without Mr. LeVox’s pyrotechnics, are distractingly dull.
  6. It doesn't help that almost nothing about Unstoppable is modest, not the sounds, not the sentiments--only the songs, which can't withstand these muscle-bound arrangements.
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