Step Up to the Microphone: Kristian occasionally gets a shared
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Tropes present: Auto Tune: Used briefly in “Stuck Like Glue” on the backing vocals (all of whom are Jennifer Nettles) at the end. Bowdlerise: A variant. Some radio stations excised the reggae rap bridge and the auto tune bit from “Stuck Like Glue”. Careful with That Axe: The almost pained sounding yowl Jennifer lets out at the end of “Down in Mississippi (Up to No Good)”. Christmas Songs: Gold and Green, released in 2009. Before that, the duo released covers of “Winter Wonderland” and “Nuttin’ for Christmas” as bonus tracks on Enjoy the Ride. Early Installment Weirdness: Their debut album, the only one on which Hall was a member. It was the only one not produced by Byron Gallimore (Garth Fundis produced it instead), and it was more mainstream country with somewhat heavier lyrics. After Hall quit, Nettles and Bush shifted to a more acoustic pop sound with often lighter and more fun lyrics. Everyday America The Four Chords of Pop: “Everyday America” uses IV V I vi. Getting Shit Past the Radar: Invoked on “It Happens”, which intentionally sticks a “shh” before the title. Lyrical Shoehorn: “All I wanna do oo oo oo oo ah oo oo oo oo oo ah oo oo oo oo oo oo oo” Neoclassical Punk Zydeco Rockabilly: The reggae rap bridge in “Stuck Like Glue”. Nice Hat: Kristian usually wears a cowboy hat or fedora. Red Oni, Blue Oni: Nettles is very active and outgoing onstage, while Bush is more quiet and in the background. Self Backing Vocalist: The end of “Already Gone” is done as a round, which distinctly includes two vocal lines both sung by Jennifer. Solo Side Project: According to both members, their respective solo albums are meant to be this despite both of them having a solo project going, both insist that Sugarland is merely on hiatus. Steampunk: The inspiration for the eponymous song from The Incredible Machine and the theme of its corresponding tour. Step Up to the Microphone: Kristian occasionally gets a shared lead vocal on album cuts. He also split the lead vocal when they, along with Little Big Town and Jake Owen http://thesad.ru/most-of-the-states-in-the-us-allow-access-to-these-records-as/, covered “Life in a Northern Town” while on tour in 2008. Teenage Death Songs: “Joey”, in which the narrator laments the death of her boyfriend and asks what she could’ve done different. Title Only Chorus: “Tonight” for the most part.
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