Miranda Lambert is known for being a renegade, unafraid to let it all hang out—and this is probably her loosest album of all. She makes Platinum a party, opening up her door to a host of talented friends, including Little Big Town on the slow-rolling, R&B-flavored "Smokin' and Drinkin'" and Carrie Underwood on the blues-rocking roof-raiser "Somethin' Bad." And whether she's delivering a honky-tonk ode to aging, like "Gravity Is a B**ch," or the wry, folky anthem of anachronism "Old Shit," Lambert sounds supremely comfortable in her own skin.
Little Red Wagon
Smokin' and Drinkin' (feat. Little Big Town)
All That's Left (feat. The Time Jumpers)
Gravity Is a B**ch
Babies Makin' Babies
Somethin' Bad (with Carrie Underwood) [Duet Version]