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Musgraves comes in third

Wednesday, July 1, 2015 – Kacey Musgraves will have the third best selling disc in the U.S. when Billboard releases its charts on Thursday. Musgraves' second major label release, "Pageant Material," sold 60,000 units in its first week.

Musgraves' Mercury debut, "Same Trailer Different Park," started in second with 43,000 units sold in 2013.

Sam Hunt is also in the top 10 with "Montevallo" at 30,000 units moved, down 6 percent.

Breaking Benjamin leads the chart with "Dark Before Dawn" having sold 141,000 album units.


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CD review - Very Kacey Christmas Sometimes it's not about what you play, but the way you play it, and with "A Very Kacey Christmas," Kacey Musgraves sacrifices a little surprise for a relatively pleasantly predictable holiday offering. For instance, Musgraves' duet with Willie Nelson plays on (surprise surprise) the iconic singer's propensity to smoke weed when they wish the world "A Willie Nice Christmas." Although there are some sad country songs, like "Christmas Makes Me Cry" and ...
CD review - Pageant Material Kacey Musgraves is a welcome throwback in these bro and modern country times. That means you're going to hear sharp lyrics with more than a touch of humor, story songs and even instrumentation that recalls traditional country, like pedal steel, mandolin and a Johnny Cash drumbeat. Musgraves' tour de force is her uncanny ability to turn a phrase. She does employ fellow producers Luke Laird and Shane McAnally plus Brandy Clark and Josh Osborne, among others, for lyrical help. ...
CD review - Same Trailer Different Park Kacey Musgraves sounds so much like Miranda Lambert on her single, Merry Go 'Round, you'd almost assume they were sisters. With the album "Same Trailer Different Park," we learn Musgraves, who helped write Lambert's current hit Mama's Broken Heart, also shares lyrical spunk with Lambert, as songs are packed with plenty of humor and down home wisdom. Coincidently, cigarettes also show up a lot as they do on some of Lambert's recordings. Blowin' Smoke, for ...


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