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LeAnn Rimes - God's Work

LeAnn Rimes Vinyl Records

LeAnn Rimes made an audacious debut at the age of 13 by taking "Blue," a honky tonk ballad closing in on its 30th birthday, to Billboard's Country Top Ten in 1996. "Blue" conjured the ghost of Patsy Cline, a comparison Rimes quickly shook off by concentrating on contemporary pop material. Many of her early smashes were power ballads that performed better on the pop charts than country: the Diane Warren-written "How Do I Live" went to number two in 1997, while "Looking Through Your Eyes" made it to 18 the following year. "Can't Fight the Moonlight," the theme song from the 2000 dancing bartender movie Coyote Ugly, gave Rimes her last big pop hit, but it also laid the groundwork for an eventual embrace of dance music that would wind up giving her a pair of club hits from her 2016 album Remnants.

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