It was the magic of the Rascal Flatts'early performances that catapulted them into the front ranks of entertainers in all genres. In 2005, the group earned its third consecutive ACM and CMA Vocal Group of the Year awards, and added Billboard and R&R Artist of the Year trophies as well. Still Feels Good, their latest effort, is sure to be just as successful.
It was the magic of the Rascal Flatts'early performances that catapulted them into the front ranks of entertainers in all genres. In 2005, the group earned its third consecutive ACM and CMA Vocal Group of the Year awards, and added Billboard and R&R Artist of the Year trophies as well. Still Feels Good, their latest effort, is sure to be just as successful.
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Format: CD
Label: LYRIC STREET
Catalog: 38402
Rel. Date: 09/25/2007
UPC: 050087104504

Still Feels Good
Artist: Rascal Flatts
Format: CD
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It was the magic of the Rascal Flatts'early performances that catapulted them into the front ranks of entertainers in all genres. In 2005, the group earned its third consecutive ACM and CMA Vocal Group of the Year awards, and added Billboard and R&R Artist of the Year trophies as well. Still Feels Good, their latest effort, is sure to be just as successful.

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''Still Feels Good'' is the title of the fifth studio album released by the American country music group Rascal Flatts. It was released September 25, 2007 (see 2007 in country music) on Lyric Street Records. Target Corporation stores released a bonus five-track CD along with ''Still Feels Good'' which includes four songs written by the group, as well as a remix of their 2006 single "My Wish".

The album has produced five singles on the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Songs charts. The first of these singles, "Take Me There", was co-written by Kenny Chesney, and reached Number One on the country charts in mid-2007. Following it were "Winner at a Losing Game" and "Every Day", both of which peaked at #2 on the same chart, and "Bob That Head" which peaked at #15. "Here", the album's fifth single, was released in September 2008 which became their second #1 hit from the album. - Wikipedia