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21 Most '90s Country Music Album Covers of the '90s

The 1990s were quite the decade for country music. By the mid '90s annual country music sales were topping in over $2 billion and it was the most liked genre of music from coast to coast.

The hair was big (and long), the hats aplenty and the album artwork aligned with all the stars in those days of fabulously outlandish graphics and fonts.

There was never a better (worse?) time to let your friend with a new computer and a deep knowledge of ClipArt to take a shot at album artwork.

21 Most '90s Country Music Album Covers of the '90s:

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Kellie Pickler Explaining Why People Calling Nashville 'NashVegas' is Ridiculous is the Funniest Thing You'll See Today

Kellie Pickler is not here for your crappy nicknames. Especially NashVegas. It's Nashville.

Just Nashville.

Kellie sat down with her husband Kyle Jacobs who tried to argue that Nashville is a party town, so that's why people call it NashVegas. Kellie is not here for it.

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Ellen Got 'Deleted Scenes' from Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Do" Video

Remember that time Ellen DeGeneres performed with Taylor Swift at the Staples Center? It was an absolute masterpiece of entertainment.

But, most of what these two ladies do could be considered masterpieces.

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Check Out Faith Hill's Epic Birthday Surprise

Faith Hill is 50, fabulous, and fun.

Faith got a big-time celebration while on her Soul2Soul Tour with Tim McGraw and it brought her to tears. As she entered the arena in Wichita, Kansas, she was greeted with a giant banner saying "Happy Birthday, Faith Hill" with a picture of her as a toddler.

Then, she was greeted by every single crew tour member singing "Happy Birthday" to her. As Faith started to cry the enter crew also started to chant, "Faith! Faith! Faith!"

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Brett Eldredge Singing "You Are My Sunshine" to His Dog Edgar as He Sleeps Will Make You Feel All Kinds of Things

Brett Eldredge is a self-proclaimed hopeless romantic. The guy has more love songs on three albums than someone people have in a 30-year career.

Currently, Brett is single, so most of his attention is on promoting his new single "The Long Way," touring with Luke Bryan and making sure his dog Edgar is the most cared for and loved dog in all the world.

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Foo Fighters Carpool Karaoke Ride with James Corden Featured an Epic Drum-Off Inside Guitar Center

James Corden, nor Dave Grohl wasted a single second of their Carpool Karaoke ride together. Immediately after getting into the car together, Corden asked, "do you mind if we listen to some music?"

Grohl's reply was the most extraordinary response in Carpool Karaoke history.

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Kelsea Ballerini's "High School" is Definitely About a Guy You Know

There's not going to be a sophomore slump for Kelsea Ballerini, not even when it comes to the song, "High School."

The tune is off Ballerini's upcoming Unapologetically and is the third release from the project. Her current single "Legends" is in the Top 30 at country radio.

Ballerini's "High School" is a songwriter's song-- a bittersweet, slow, nostalgic tune written solo by Ballerini. It's her "Better Man."

Ballerini wrote the song in her hometown bedroom to make sure she should could still do it on her own, ""When you write a song by yourself, there's a different level of vulnerability that you can tap into...I started relying on other people's creativity so much that I stopped believing in myself enough to write a song by myself," she told Time.

Though much of Unapologetically is about a rough breakup and finding love with Morgan Evans, "High School" is more of a reflection on how much Ballerini has changed since moving to Nashville, getting a record deal and racking up three No. 1 singles, "it's not necessarily about the boy that the song is referring to: it's about that moment when you realize you've outgrown your young self. You've changed, and you've evolved and you don't fit somewhere anymore."

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A Few Reasons Why This Carrie Underwood/"Something in the Water" Lawsuit Seems Super Fishy

Ron McNeil and Georgia Lyons recently filed a lawsuit in federal court stating that, Carrie Underwood and her co-writers on "Something in the Water" stole the song from them.

Their lawsuit reads, "the hook on the infringing work, as released on the album, is structurally and lyrically identical, and substantially similar melodically to plaintiffs' composition of the same title."

The duo is also claiming they sent the song to Underwood, but "never heard back" and then she released the song.

Ummm...okay, now something's fishy.

Carrie Underwood probably gets sent a song every 2 hours from songwriters. Lots of those songwriters probably "don't hear back." She's Carrie Underwood.

You know what else is fishy? Ol' Ron McNeil's website. I know I work for the Internet and might have more knowledge on websites than a lot of people, but this is not the website of a hit songwriter.

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