Own the Night

Performers Lady Antebellum

Capitol | September 13, 2011 | Compact Disc

Own the Night is rated 5 out of 5 by 2.
Lady Antebellum's third studio album, Own the Night, for which the group wrote ten of the 12 tracks, as well as co-producing the project with Paul Worley, generated a hot single on the country charts right out of the box, "Just a Kiss," which became the trio's fastest rising single yet.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: September 13, 2011

Genre: Contemporary Country

Style: Country

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Capitol

UPC: 5099909443129

Found in: Contemporary Country

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great album Lady Antebellum first came to my attention when I heard “Need You Now” on the radio so I bought the album of the same name and loved it. On the strength of that I decided to buy their latest offering and have not been disappointed; it’s as good as, or even better, than the previous one. There is not a track that I don’t like and the chemistry in the group stands out on every one. Their excellent vocal harmonies are polished and easy to listen to, delivering meaningful lyrics that anyone can relate to their own experiences at some point in their lives. The album has a good mix of ballads and uplifting mid/up-tempo songs; all of which are well-performed and convey the feeling behind the story. I would recommend this album to country and non-country music lovers alike.
Date published: 2012-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Song from the Heart that touch your soul Lady Antebellum’s “Own the Night” the trio’s 3rd studio album is a example and demonstration of passion and amazing songwriting The newly released album showcases the groups talents as they are finding their comfort musically and artistically together and in country music. Having seen them twice this summer, and knowing all the words to their songs, including their four #1 hits, along with being a huge fan, naturally I was worried for them and the release of this album, since their last album “Need you Now” did so well, winning them 5 Grammy’s. The group must have used the power of those Grammy’s because this album is as good and could prove to be better as the trio has clearly found their style with this third album. Two hit singles released and climbing the charts before the album released “Just a Kiss” a love song showing how important it is to take your time, cherish it and not rush when it is with the right person, and “Own the Night” which is the albums title track lets you relish in the memories of every night you felt like the most important person and you were the shining star. With two singles like that kicking things off it’s hard to imagine it getting any better, but it does! As I continued to listen I fell more in love with the album and with what made me love country music as a child. I was brought back to my high school days and my first love with “Dancin Away with my Heart”. Remembering how I thought we would be in love forever but then we grow up, and even though I’m not in love with him or wish to be, it made me remember the innocence of first love and miss it, since you never get your first love again. One of the songs on the album, I have to say at first I wasn’t sure about. “Friday Night” a country rock and roll jam starts off rock and then turns a little country and then goes back. As I listened to the words and realized their meaning I soon began jamming along and now it gets blasted on the speakers. “Monday morning heading back to work”, is probably the worst feeling, especially after a GREAT weekend, and I could think of a couple of ex-boyfriends that I would compare that feeling to. Describing the love of my life on the other hand would be my “Friday night sweet ride and my summertime” all things I love and want all the time. Describing your love in this manner is so unique it’s easy to see why they are multi platinum. With all the love the songs on this album a heartbreaker was well added relief. “Cold as Stone” is that but with a twist. I had listened to it a couple times, not because I didn’t enjoy it, but to understand and appreciate it, and the more I did the more it touched and moved me. Realizing it’s not so much a break up song, but more about the emotions involved with letting someone go for whatever the reason may be. Letting them go by choice, even though you are trying to help and doing it because you care, it still hurts you and them as well. If only “We were as cold as stone” life would be simpler. With a Celtic feel added, and great vocals, it’s sure to be a hit for those who take the time to understand it. It’s hard to think of what the group will decide to put out as their next single with the diverse options and possibilities this album holds. If I had to pick it would be a toss up between “Singing me Home” an upbeat song with a great melody about all the little things your “Sweet love” does that “Keeps singing me home”. Then theirs “The Heart of the World” a powerful and moving ballad that brought chills to me when I listened to it and is sure to do the same to anyone who feels the song. Life is a delicate gift and we forget how important the small things are. “Always being up before the dawn” can wear us down, can make us forget the beauty in a sleeping child, and how clear the dark can be. A “Routine two perfect to mention” is what we strive for to get the most done in the time we have, instead we should look as “ time as a thief” because once it’s gone we can’t get it back. These things we usually don’t realize until it’s to late. This song brings all this back into perspective all of which are very powerful and meaningful. With such a variety of songs most of which tug and pull and some heartstrings, it’s easy to see why the album is doing so well. The group is showing to be a real presence in the music seen and has made me a life long fan. I can’t say I have a favorite song on this album but the impact the first time I listened to it after I bought it made me pull over on the side of the road to listen to it in it’s entirety. Lady Antebellum complement each other well with their voices and Charles and Hillary both take the lead on a couple songs, showcasing why they are toping the charts and I’m sure will continue to do. I definitely “Owned the Night” when I purchased the album and continue to do so every time I listen to it or life happens while it’s playing. Wonderful Job Lady A and Thank you for letting me feel and remember!
Date published: 2011-09-27

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Own the Night

Performers Lady Antebellum

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: September 13, 2011

Genre: Contemporary Country

Style: Country

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Capitol

UPC: 5099909443129


Title Track Time
1.We Owned the Night --
2.Just a Kiss --
3.Dancin' Away with My Heart --
4.Friday Night --
5.When You Were Mine --
6.Cold as Stone --
7.Singing Me Home --
8.Wanted You More --
9.As You Turn Away --
10.Love I've Found in You --
11.Somewhere Love Remains --
12.Heart of the World --

Editorial Notes

Lady Antebellum's third studio album, Own the Night, for which the group wrote ten of the 12 tracks, as well as co-producing the project with Paul Worley, generated a hot single on the country charts right out of the box, "Just a Kiss," which became the trio's fastest rising single yet.