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Twisted Angel (2002)

Artist: LeAnn Rimes
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Format: CD
Sku: 60569774
UPC: 715187874725
UPC 14: 00715187874725
Release Date: 10/1/2002
Sales Rank: 2676
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Life Goes On ~ LeAnn Rimes
2. Wound Up ~ LeAnn Rimes
3. Safest Place, The ~ LeAnn Rimes
4. Trouble With Goodbye ~ LeAnn Rimes
5. Damn ~ LeAnn Rimes
6. Suddenly ~ LeAnn Rimes
7. Tic Toc ~ LeAnn Rimes
8. Sign Of Life ~ LeAnn Rimes
9. Review My Kisses ~ LeAnn Rimes
10. No Way Out ~ LeAnn Rimes
11. Love Is An Army ~ LeAnn Rimes
12. You Made Me Find Myself ~ LeAnn Rimes
13. Twisted Angel ~ LeAnn Rimes
 
On Twisted Angel, LeAnn Rimes has emerged with a fine set of songs--four of which she co-wrote herself, and all of which reflect the growth she has achieved over the last few years. LeAnn Rimes has gone from that "little girl with the big voice" to a woman who knows what she wants and isn't afraid to fight to get it. Working with producer/songwriters Peter Amato, Desmond Child, and Gregg Pagani, Rimes' album represents a major stylistic departure for the 19-year-old, who originally broke through in the country and Christian music markets. That trademarked vocal now wraps itself around anthemic arena-rockers (the autobiographical first single "Life Goes On" and "Suddenly"), insightful songs full of hope and optimism ("Sign of Life" and "You Made Me Find Myself"), R&B/funk ("Trouble With Goodbye"), swamp-blues ("Twisted Angel") and even seductive, dance-floor techno ("Tic Toc"). "I've had a lot of unique experiences and I've put them in the music... but it's scary, too. There's no safety net this time. Nobody to fall back on. I've put my heart and soul into this record. It's the first time I've done something like this, and I'm really happy with it."

"She remains a monster vocalist just getting started.  Billboard Magazine
"Rimes's gigantic soprano never flags, yet remains best in ballads.  Blender

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel includes: LeeAnn Rimes (vocals); David Campbell (arranger, conductor); Peter Amato, Gregg Pagani (arranger, keyboards, programming); Eric Jackson (acoustic & electric guitars); Corky James (guitar, bass); Gary Leach, Michael Thompson, Michael Landau (guitar); Joel Derouin, Charlie Bisharat, John Wittenberg, Michelle Richards, Peter Kent, Sid Page, Sara Parkins, Susan Chatman (violin); Denyse Buffman, Matt Funes (viola); Larry Corbett, Steve Richards, Rudy Stein, Dan Smith (cello); Stephanie Bennett (harp); Jon Clarke (alto flute, oboe); Joe Meyer (French horn); Abe Laboriel, Leland Sklar (bass); Steve Ferrone, Abe Laboriel, Jr., Vinnie Colaiuta (drums); Brad Dutz (timpani); Luis Conte (percussion); DJ Mega Man (vinyl scratches).
Muze PNote Producers: Desmond Child, Peter Amato, Gregg Pagani.
Muze PNote Personnel: LeAnn Rimes (vocals, background vocals); Gyan Evans, Andreas Carlsson, Nora Payne, Sue Ann Carwell, Jeanette Olsson (vocals, background vocals); Eric D. Jackson (guitar, acoustic guitar); Corky James, Gary Leach, Michael Hart Thompson , Michael Landau, Robbie Nevil (guitar); Stephanie Bennett (harp); Kazi Pitelka, Simon Oswell, Darrin McCann (violin, viola); John Wittenberg, Anatoly Rosinsky, Rudy Stein, Ana Landauer, Gerry Hilera, Edmund Stein, Michele Richards, Bob Peterson, Eve Butler, Charles Everett, Joel Derouin, Sid Page, Peter Kent, Patrick Kiernan, Sara Parkins, Margaret Wooten, Gavyn Wright, Susan Chatman, Berj Garabedian, Charlie Bisharat (violin); Matthew Funes, Philip Dukes, Denyse Buffum (viola); Tony Pleeth (cello); David Campbell (strings, French horn, timpani); Jon Clarke (alto flute, oboe); Joe Meyer (French horn); Peter Cobbin (piano, programming); Michael Norfleet (piano); Greg Pagani, Pete Amato (keyboards, programming); Jonathan Schwartz, Zev Katz (acoustic bass); Abe Laboriel, Jr. , Steve Ferrone, Vinnie Colaiuta (drums); Brad Dutz (timpani); Luis Conte (percussion).
Muze PNote Audio Mixers: Chris Clark; Michelle Lynn Forbes; Manny Marroquin; Pete Novak; Peter Cobbin; Rob Chiarelli.
Muze PNote Recording information: 1023 Productions, Hollywood, CA; 123 Productions, Hollywood, CA; Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; Cello Studios, Hollywood, CA; Conway Studios, Hollywood, CA; EMI Abbey Road Studios, London, England; Goodnight LA, Van Nuys, CA; Henson Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Larrabee East, Los Angeles, CA; Sound Image, Van Nuys, CA; The Enterprise, Burbank, CA; The Gentlemen's Club, Miami Beach, FL; West Lake Audio, Los Angeles, CA.
Muze PNote Photographers: Dah Len; Ellen Von Unwerth.
Muze PNote Arrangers: David Campbell ; Greg Pagani; Pete Amato.
Muze PNote TWISTED ANGEL shows just how far the newly adult vocalist has come from her teenage-prodigy beginnings. For one thing, she seems determined to leave her country roots far behind. Though she started down the pop route as early as 1997's YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE, TWISTED ANGEL is completely devoid of any country inflection whatsoever, focusing instead (as have a couple of Rimes's previous efforts, to varying degrees) on modern, often even danceable, pop. Rimes may be closer to Britney Spears than to Kitty Wells these days, but she seems to be expressing more of her inner self. It's surely no coincidence that three of the four songs on which she gets co-writing credit utilize the imagery of the angel with dirty wings, the child star with tears behind the smile. Lyrically, Rimes is clearly exploring the conflicts and contradictions that her childhood fame brought her, which may or may not take her higher up the pop charts, but can only be a positive artistic step for a still-young singer.

Engineer: Chris Brooke; Conrad Golding; Chandler Bridges; Craig Lozowick; Jules Gondar; Nathan Malki; Gregg Pagani; Humberto Gatica; Matt Gruber; Peter Amato; Peter Cobbin; Rob Chiarelli; Steve Churchyard; Bill Malina; Chris Brooks

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Abraham Laboriel Sr.
Muze Guest Artist Vinnie Colaiuta

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Aida
Muze Music Compilations Coyote Ugly
Muze Music Compilations Greatest Hits 1970-2002 (Limited Edition)
Muze Music Compilations More Music From Coyote Ugly
Muze Music Compilations At Last... The Duets Album
Muze Music Compilations Love Songs
Muze Music Compilations These Days
Muze Music Compilations Three Wooden Crosses
Muze Music Compilations Nativity Story: Sacred Songs / O.s.t.
Muze Music Compilations Lost Highway
Muze Music Compilations Mary Did You Know:17 Inspirational Ch
Muze Music Compilations Reba Duets
Muze Music Compilations Ultimate Grammy Collection: Contemporary Country
Muze Music Compilations Classic Country Christmas
Muze Music Compilations Billboard 1990'S Top 40 Karaoke Box S
Muze Music Compilations Elvis Presley Christmas Duets
Muze Music Compilations X2
Muze Music Compilations Romantically Yours
Muze Music Compilations Crystal Method
Muze Music Compilations Christmas In The Country
Muze Music Compilations Disney's Happiest Celebration On Earth

Associated Artists and Works

3T
I Need You [Bonus Tracks] ~ 3T
John, Elton

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 10/01/2002
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2002
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 78747
Music Label Name Label : Curb
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00715187874725

Bio

Always mature beyond her age, the 13-year-old girl with the Patsy Cline twang earned two Grammy Awards for Blue, her 1996 major label debut. RIAA-certified multi-platinum, the album has sold 8 million copies and the title track remains one of her signature songs. She followed that impressive bow with a series of best-selling albums and hit singles (23 total for a combined sales of 15 million units) like the chart-topping "How Do I Live," the longest running single on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Can't Fight the Moonlight," one of four songs Rimes contributed to the multi-platinum soundtrack album Coyote Ugly. "Can't Fight the Moonlight" spent three weeks on Airplay Monitor's Top 40 Mainstream chart, peaking at #8, and 42 weeks on Billboard's Hot 100 Chart, peaking at #11. The album spent more than 100 weeks on Billboard's pop and country album charts, peaking at #1 and #10 respectively on Billboard's Top Country Album and Top 200 Album charts. LeAnn Rimes is finally her own woman. For someone who is already a pop superstar, this still-young artist's career is just getting started.

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