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Suddenly - LeAnn Rimes - The Best Of LeAnn Rimes (CD)

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  1. Mar 27,  · LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (Full Album) - Best of LeAnn Rimes Country Music singers Margaret LeAnn Rimes Cibrian (born August 28, ) is Missing: Suddenly.
  2. – LeAnn Rimes: Commitment Producer – Wilbur C. Rimes Songwriter – Bobby Wood, Tony Colton, Tony Marty: 6 – LeAnn Rimes: I Need You Engineer [Assistant] – Austin Deptula, Gary Leach Engineer [Chief] – Greg Hunt Producer – LeAnn Rimes, Wilbur C. Rimes Songwriter – Dennis Matkosky, Ty Lacy: 7 – LeAnn Rimes Duet With.
  3. International compilation from the Country superstar has seven different tracks than the domestic Greatest Hits! Rimes began her career as a young teen with hits like 'Blue' and her cover of Patsy Cline's 'Crazy' but over the years, she has blossomed into one of the most popular female Country artists in the business, building an international fan base that spans the entire globe. 20 tracks /5().
  4. The Best of LeAnn Rimesis the second greatest hits album by American country singer LeAnn Rimes, released on February 2, via Curb Records. The album features songs from thoughout Rimes'.
  5. Leann Rimes's suddenly is a simply average pop song. On a quick listen through the CD, the original, along with DJ Encore's pop-like and Almighty's cheesy treatment of the song are easily forgettable. However, it's evident that Riva's mix outshines every other track on the CD, along with every other remixed pop song on the market today/5(5).
  6. Leann Rimes The Best Of Leann Rimes. LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (Full album) - Best of LeAnn Rimes Songs Playlist - Country Female Singers.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of LeAnn Rimes on Discogs. Label: Curb Records - ,Warner Music International - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: House, Downtempo, Synth-pop/5(14).
  8. The release The Best of LeAnn Rimes tweaks the U.S. release Greatest Hits, leaving behind some of the purer country hits that didn’t translate outside of the U.S. -- notably, Al Anderson ’s “Big Deal” is nowhere to be found -- and concentrating on her big pop crossover hits, including “How Do I Live,” “Can’t Fight the Moonlight,” and her duet with Ronan Keating, “Last Thing on My Mind.”.

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