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Unstoppable (Rascal Flatts album)

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Artist  Rascal Flatts
Label  Lyric Street Records
Release date  7 April 2009
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Released  April 7, 2009 (2009-04-07)
Length  45:45 (Standard Edition)
Producer  Dann Huff Rascal Flatts
Unstoppable (2009)  Nothing Like This (2010)
Genres  Country music, Country rock
Nominations  American Music Award for Favorite Country Album
Similar  Still Feels Good, Nothing Like This, Me and My Gang, Feels Like Today, Greatest Hits Volume 1

Unstoppable is the sixth studio album by the American country music group Rascal Flatts. The album was released on April 7, 2009, via Lyric Street Records, under the production of Dann Huff and the group. This album is led off by the single, "Here Comes Goodbye", which was released in January 2009 and reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in the issue dated April 25, 2009. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in the U.S. with 351,000 copies sold, making it the band's fourth consecutive number-one debut on the chart. It topped the 1 million mark on October 31, 2009. As of June 2010, the album has sold 1,230,638 copies in the United States.


Rascal flatts love who you love


Three tracks were released as digital singles prior to the album's release: "Forever", "Love Who You Love" and "Things That Matter", on March 17, 24, and 31, respectively.


The first single, "Here Comes Goodbye", was released on January 20, 2009. The song was co-written by American Idol season 6 finalist Chris Sligh. Rascal Flatts will tour in support of the album on the Rascal Flatts American Living Unstoppable Tour, presented by department store chain JCPenney. Editions sold at JCPenney include the bonus track "American Living". "Summer Nights" was released as the second single from the album on May 19, 2009. It reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. "Why" was released as the third single from the album on September 29, 2009. It became their lowest-peaking career single to date, peaking at number 18 on the aforementioned chart. "'Unstoppable" was released as the album's fourth single on January 4, 2010, and was a Top 10 hit on the Billboard country chart.

Critical reception

The album overall gained mixed reviews. Matt Bjorke of Roughstock gave the album a favorable review. Similar to his later review of the single "Summer Nights,", Bjorke commented that the album would appeal to fans of Rascal Flatts, but would unlikely bring new fans to the group. He specifically cited "Why" as the best track of the album, writing, "This is the kind of song that got me to personally like Rascal Flatts and it's certainly the best track on 'Unstoppable'" and "There's gotta be 'Song of the Year' accolades somewhere down the line for this song as it's that powerful."


Rascal Flatts
  • Jay DeMarcus - bass guitar, background vocals
  • Gary Levox - lead vocals
  • Joe Don Rooney - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, soloist, background vocals
  • Additional Musicians
  • Tim Akers - keyboards
  • Tom Bukovac - acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • David Campbell - string arrangements, conductor
  • Eric Darken - percussion
  • Dan Dugmore - steel guitar
  • Shannon Forrest - drums
  • Paul Franklin - steel guitar, soloist
  • Carl Gorodetzky - string contractor
  • Dann Huff - banjo, dobro, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin
  • Charlie Judge - conductor, cello, Hammond B-3 organ, keyboards, lap steel guitar, drum loops, percussion, piano, electric piano, string arrangements, synthesizer strings, synthesizer
  • Chris McHugh - drums
  • Gordon Mote - piano
  • The Nashville String Machine - strings
  • Steve Nathan - Hammond B-3 organ
  • Adam Shoenfeld - electric guitar
  • Ilya Toshinsky - bouzouki, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Jonathan Yudkin - cello, fiddle, mandolin, string arrangements, string bass, viola, violin
  • Songs

    1Love Who You Love3:36
    2Here Comes Goodbye4:04


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