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Hayden Panettiere As Juliette Barnes, Season 1 (feat. Hayden Panettiere)


Download links and information about Hayden Panettiere As Juliette Barnes, Season 1 (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to World Music, Country, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 55:23 minutes.

Artist: Nashville Cast
Release date: 2014
Genre: World Music, Country, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 16
Duration: 55:23
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No. Title Length
1. Love Like Mine (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 3:26
2. Undermine (feat. Charles Esten & Hayden Panettiere) 4:01
3. Telescope (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 3:17
4. Yellin' From the Rooftop (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 3:34
5. Wrong Song (feat. Connie Britton & Hayden Panettiere) 3:10
6. For Your Glory (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 3:53
7. Boys and Buses (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 2:38
8. Undermine (feat. Hayden Panettiere & Charles Esten) [Acoustic Version] 1:52
9. I'm a Girl (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 3:22
10. Consider Me (feat. Hayden Panettiere) [Studio Version] 3:34
11. Consider Me (feat. Hayden Panettiere) [Acoustic Version] 3:32
12. We Are Water (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 4:31
13. Hypnotizing (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 3:10
14. Hangin' On a Lie (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 3:32
15. Used (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 2:51
16. Nothing In This World Will Ever Break My Heart Again (feat. Hayden Panettiere) 5:00



For fans of individual characters on the ABC series Nashville — where actors actually perform the songs in the show — Big Machine's series of character-driven albums makes perfect sense. While it's true that all of the songs that co-lead Hayden Panettiere performed as Juliette Barnes have been issued on the series' four individual soundtracks, this 15-song set collects only those she performed in season one. While Panettiere's character plays the pop-country crossover queen and seems to be the most "hateable," it's only because she represents a kind of freedom — iconoclastic and unapologetic in its independence — that easily intimidates others who stand on ceremony. Hers is also the character that signifies the most commercial side of Nashville's music industry — and she totally delivers vocally. The first highlight is the rockist Americana of "Undermine," a duet with Charles Esten — who plays Deacon Clayborn — co-written by Kacey Musgraves and Trent Dabbs. In a study of contrasts, the slick, beat-conscious "Boys and Buses" works almost as well. The studio version of "Consider Me" is a poignant yet anthemic ballad (an acoustic version is also included). The finest moment on the recording is "We Are Water," a cover of the Patty Griffin tune. The pop/rock drive of "Used" showcases the hard-knocks side of Panettiere's character, while the stellar closer, "Nothing in This World Will Ever Break My Heart Again" — co-written by Sarah Buxton and Kate York — is a moving, emotionally resonant number; its string section recalls the Verve's "Bittersweet Symphony" in its arrangement.