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- Song Name: Changed
- Artist Name / Band Name: Rascal Flatts
- Produced By: Dann Huff, Rascal Flatts
- Album Name: Changed
- Release Date: April 3, 2012
- Genre: Country, Rock
- Record Label: Big Machine
- Written By: Gary LeVox, Wendell Mobley, Neil Thrasher
- Performance: Peaked at No.
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Rascal Flatts – Changed Review
Rascal Flatts gets more personal with their new single ‘Changed.’ It came as the third to be released from the trio’s eighth CD of the same title. As music critics put it, the group has never sounded more intimate in their past hits.
Rascal Flatts should be commended for overcoming the risk to come up with a country radio single that at the same time serves as a Christian song.
On top of it, this soaring ballad contains all the outstanding hallmarks that are typical of all of the group’s past songs. At the beginning of the track, there is a unique edge that can be enough to hold your attention throughout the entire song.
It is not surprising that there is a balanced harmony, put in a way that is expected from the trio. The main vocalist reaches his crescendo before the song’s story is taken to a guitar solo.
One can easily beg for the same story that has inspired Rascal Flatts’ revolution. There is a new mystery that suddenly surrounds the trio, although some of their fans may have already figured that out in their past albums. Rascal Flatts could become the favorite gospel group in the US.