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Richie leads country chart

Wednesday, April 4, 2012 – Lionel Richie will be the leading country album when the Billboard Country Albums chart is out Thursday and second on the overall chart with "Tuskegee."

"The Hunger Games" soundtrack, featuring many country songs, also in the top 10. The soundtrack, which sold 64,000 and was fifth on the overall chart, was not listed on the country chart.

"Tuskegee" reprises many of Richie's hits with country acts pitching in to collaborate.


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CD review - Tuskegee Country music's definition has devolved to mean almost anything with slightly verifiable Southern roots, which means that Alabama-born Lionel Richie's music is about as country as anything else under the huge country umbrella. Some might call Richie's original songs soul/R&B. However, the singer/songwriter hasn't sounded truly funky since Brick House with The Commodores, and that song dates way back to 1977. "Tuskegee" is Richie's attempt to revive his ...


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