Terri Clark - Pain to Kill
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Tags: 2003 | Reviews | Terri Clark

Terri Clark - Pain to Kill Look out, Shania. Although Clark’s been around the block, she’s come up with a stronger collection of no-nonsense, kick-ass country songs than Twain’s much ballyhooed Up!  Originally from Medicine Hat, Clark has been hanging her Stetson in Nashville for years. But her latest album avoids the usual trappings of Music City productions. Tunes like “Working Girl” and “I Wanna Do It All” are fresh, instant classics. And Clark’s own bittersweet trilogy of love-gone-wrong songs boasts an admirable honesty.




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