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Music Review: Sugarland grows creatively on new CD

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Posted: Sunday, October 24, 2010 12:00 am

Sugarland stakes its ground as country music's most creatively ambitious million-selling act by opening its album, "The Incredible Machine," with a U2-like overture leading into the first song, "All We Are," which manages to be both catchy and progressive. Then, when guitarist Kristian Bush mimics U2 guitarist The Edge's hypnotic guitar riffs on the title cut, both the band's influences and grand aspirations are laid bare.

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