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Download links and information about Unstoppable by Rascal Flatts. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Reggae, Country, Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 45:39 minutes.

Artist: Rascal Flatts
Release date: 2009
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Reggae, Country, Pop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 45:39
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No. Title Length
1. Love Who You Love 3:36
2. Here Comes Goodbye 4:03
3. Close 3:48
4. Forever 4:16
5. She'd Be California 4:18
6. Unstoppable 3:47
7. Things That Matter 4:41
8. Summer Nights 4:02
9. Holdin' On 4:25
10. Once 3:49
11. Why 4:54



Rascal Flatts’ winning combination of high-gloss harmonies, guitar heroics and achingly romantic songwriting comes through once again on 2009’s Unstoppable. Lead singer Gary LeVox is a master at capturing yearning and regret without falling into self-indulgent despair. “Here Comes Goodbye,” “Forever” and “Once” are dramatic country-pop arias, building from wistful openings to big emotional crescendos. “Why,” a poignant remembrance of a suicide victim, is an especially effective statement of loss. Not all is sorrow here, though — the full-throttle party anthem “Summer Nights” and the sunny, almost hedonistic “She’d Be California” offer fast relief from the doldrums. Somewhere in between these extremes are thoughtful, delicately-textured midtempo songs like “Things That Matter.” While Rascal Flatts’ smooth vocal blend remains the focal point, Joe Don Rooney’s muscle-flexing guitar is a key element in giving these tracks punch and definition. Whether they are embracing sadness or celebrating a day at the beach, these Rascals remain at the top of their game.