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Lady Antebellum – Ocean. Deluxe Edition (2019 24/48 FLAC)

Lady Antebellum - Ocean. Deluxe Edition (2019 24/48 FLAC)

Lady Antebellum – Ocean. Deluxe Edition (2019 24/48 FLAC)

Artist: Lady Antebellum
Album: Ocean. Deluxe Edition
Release/Reissue: 2019
Genre: Country

01. What If I Never Get Over You
02. Pictures
03. Crazy Love
04. You Can Do You
05. What I’m Leaving For
06. Be Patient With My Love
07. Alright
08. Let It Be Love
09. On A Night Like This
10. Boots
11. The Thing That Wrecks You
12. Mansion
13. Ocean
14. Heroes
15. Champagne Night (From Songland)
16. Underwater
17. Let It Be Love (At Home Version)
18. Champagne Night (Tiki Bar Version)
19. What If I Never Get Over You (Live from 3rd and Lindsley)

Ocean represents something of a re-centering for Lady A. Arriving in November 2019, a few months after the conclusion of their brief Our Kind of Vegas residency, Ocean finds the trio recording with a new label, and a new producer, Dann Huff, who has been on a hot country streak since helming some of Taylor Swift’s Red in 2012. The group may have departed Capitol Nashville for Big Machine, but Ocean sounds like the group returning to the kind of warm, soft-focus country-pop that established them as hitmakers ten years earlier. Lady A don’t deny they’re a decade older anywhere on Ocean. The album is filled with songs about enduring love, both romantic and familial. It’s telling that “What I’m Leaving For” — a ballad about the heartache of leaving a loving home — was among the songs that teased the album: its unabashed sentiment is the keystone of Ocean, plus the trio’s revival of their close-knit soft-rock harmonies. Compared to the subdued glitz of Heart Break, their modern-minded 2017 collaboration with busbee, Ocean feels reserved and cautious, but it also feels soothing and welcoming. The whole thing rolls so smoothly, it’s easy not to realize that the lightly grooving “Pictures” is a song of heartbreak, but that’s the intent of Lady A with their seventh album: They mean to offer comfort, and that’s precisely what Ocean delivers.