Perhaps everything would have been different if they had not been published with "Pontoon" the perfect harbingers and now grammydekorierten summer hit of 2012. This ideal is a pioneer in rhythm, melody and vocal performance outstanding and trend-setting for successful, contemporary Countrypop. Since it can be acceptable that the title single, "Tornado" somewhat clunky and uninspired comes without being ignored by the Country Radio why. Overall, all 11 tracks offer an interesting interplay of brisk Upbeats to worn ballads, in which the two singers bring their different timbres harmoniously advantage. Kimberly Schlapman, the blonde with the lion's mane, pressed quieter songs like "Sober" or "Can not go back" their mark on while Karen Fairchild on the two hit singles to beat hertreibt right. The Top Tracks are:
- "Pavement Ends": perfect upbeat song, powerful, dynamic, radio friendly!
- "Pontoon": striking intro, driving beat, is already a classic!
- "Leavin 'In Your Eyes": from the pen of the Warren Brothers, emotionally and vocally terrific!
Conclusion: Little Big Town are referred to by insiders even as the country variant of Fleeetwod Mac. In fact, can be found just a duet between the two singers parallels McVie and Nick's golden age. "Tornado" offers country-pop in a class and leads Little Big Town in the first row of genre formations, under which they have established as Lady Antebellum and Rascal Flatts currently outranked. They sound comparatively fresh, light-hearted, rhythmic without any hint of arbitrariness.
Because of the shortness of 38 minutes of total playing time, there are half a star deduction. Therefore very good 4.5 star.