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Album: Whatever We Wanna
# Song Title   Time
1)    Satisfied
2)    And It Feels Like
3)    For the First Time
4)    Save Myself
5)    Little More Time, A
6)    Rumour 'Bout a Revolution
7)    Destructive
8)    Strong
9)    Whatever We Wanna
10)    Everybody's Someone
11)    Headphones
12)    Long Night
13)    This Life
14)    Break Me Down
15)    Some People
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: LeAnn Rimes (background vocals); LeAnn Rimes (vocals); Brian McFadden (vocals); Martin Sutton, Greg Pagani (guitar, keyboards, programming); Corky James, Jay Joyce, Jerry McPherson, Kenny Greenberg (guitar); Dann Huff (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Tom Bukovac (electric guitar, slide guitar); Brian Pruitt, Vinnie Colaiuta (drums); Vicki Hampton, Robert Bailey (background vocals); Charles Judge (keyboards, programming); Chris McHugh (drums); Lisa Cochran (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Jeremy Wheatley.
  • Recording information: Blackbird Studios, Nashville, TN; Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; Charlie's Place; Emerald Entertainment; O'Henry Sound Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Quad Studios, Nashville, TN; Vine St. Studios, Hollywood, CA.
  • Photographer: Mark Liddell.
  • In the summer of 2006 LeAnn Rimes was only 23 years of age, and yet Whatever We Wanna was the 16th album release in her career thus far (including hits albums and oldies compilations). For a supposed country music star, she now had hit albums in an R&B style, and Whatever We Wanna was most definitely veering toward gaining her a rock audience -- not credible rock in the sense of Stevie Nicks or Pat Benatar, but AOR country crossover as Shania Twain and Faith Hill had successful managed before her (especially the song "A Little More Time," which could indeed have been Twain singing rather than Rimes). The rock angle was heaviest on the album's opening song, "Satisfied," as well as the title track, but Rimes slowed everything down to her usual country-influenced ballad style on "Strong," "This Life," "Some People," and "For the First Time," the latter of which was reminiscent of a Heart power ballad. As would be expected on a song featuring Brian McFadden (formally of Westlife), "Everybody's Someone" was also a slow ballad introduced by a piano, and surprisingly given his status as a guest on her album, McFadden opens the first verse with his sugary voice. Leann Rimes had co-writing credits on nine of the 15 songs. The release of Whatever We Wanna was delayed in the U.S. due to the ongoing success of her previous album, This Woman. ~ Sharon Mawer
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