First, let me warn you that I am a true Rascal Flatts fan. That being said, also keep in mind that even though I love this group and find them very talented, I have been disappointed with some of their CD's. So I feel I can review them without being biased in my opinion.
It seems that every time I buy a CD, for whatever reason, I find myself clicking past at least 4 or 5 songs out of 13 to 15. Why? Because I hate them. I'm sure each of you reading this review will understand what I am talking about. You buy a CD that our favorite group or artist has put out, knowing a few of the songs already and hoping that you will like the other songs just as well. However, when you open it up, pop it in and start to listen, 9 times out of 10 you find yourself disliking almost half, or at least a third of the songs on the CD. That's why I don't usually buy CD's any longer. However, my mother bought this CD for my birthday and I was very pleasantly surprised when I realized that I loved each and every song on the CD.
Okay, sure there were some crazy songs with weird lyrics that you always find on a CD. But to my astonishment, I even liked these. "Bob That Head" is a song about a truck, for goodness sakes! A truck! Yet, somehow Rascal Flatts made even that song enjoyable. Sure, I don't remember half the lyrics, but whenever the song comes on, the beat is so enticing that I actually do end up 'bobbing my head'. And for the life of me, I don't know what I'm bobbing it to, just that I feel compelled to do it. The same thing can be said for "Kissable, Hugable, Lovable, Unbelievable". The song is about a girl, naturally and even though the words are sung very fast, you can still understand them. How unbelievable is that in this day and time?
There are also the beautiful lyrics and music mixes that take your emotions to any place they have ever been before. "Take Me There", which was composed by Kenny Chesney, is a beautiful song about how a man wants to learn everything about the girl he has fallen in love with and is one of my favorites on this CD. "Help Me Remember" is a sad ballad about breaking up that will make you want to cry, with the music being so beautiful and the lyrics so well on target for anyone who has just broken up with their significant other.
The other songs are just as wonderful and now I know why Rascal Flatts titled this CD, "Still Feels Good". That's exactly how you feel when you are listening to this wonderful CD. I would urge any Rascal Flatts fan, or even those who have never heard of them but love the popular country music, to give this CD a try. It won't let you down.