LeAnn Rimes’ debut—a No. 1 record by her 14th birthday—was a mix of retro-country and pop sheen that earned her deserved comparisons to artists like Patsy Cline. (According to legend, Cline actually came close to recording the title track, written by Bill Mack in the mid-’50s.) Whether on ballads (“Blue,” “Hurt Me,” the wistful Eddy Arnold duet “Cattle Call”) or uptempo songs like “One Way Ticket (Because I Can),” Rimes’ delivery is light but unusually confident, helping to turn the album into an instant classic and a forecast of what was to come.

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