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“If everybody can get in one vibe and stay there the whole week, it makes it sound like an , instead of chopped up,” Lambert maintains.

“I’m a creature of habit, so I feel that, if this is working, let’s do it the same way. and went to midnight every night, and after the first night, everybody got so comfortable.” It didn’t hurt that the vast majority of musicians had worked on her previous three albums, too, as had trusted co-producer Liddell.

She’s clearly in a class with the slim handful of superstar “album artists” whose every full-length release is anxiously anticipated as an album was to go ‘Hey, get me out of this corner you’re pushing me in.

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So when “Baggage Claim” was released to country radio stations in August, Lambert realized she was something she’d never expected to become: an automatic add.

She’s thrilled with her own radio success because, prior to , she’d never even had a top 5 single.

But while was even more compact, taking a mere five days from start to finish.

Needless to say, getting things done in such a hurry represents an artistic choice, not an economic one.

With the release of , Miranda comes bearing some baggage of her own – the precious kind, well-earned over the course of three highly loved (and unanimously platinum) prior albums. To point out just one carry-on case’s worth of kudos: Miranda made history when Top Country Albums Chart to have all four of their first four albums debut at that spot.

Lambert is country’s reigning female vocalist of the year, as bestowed by both the Country Music Association (for the second straight year) .

Or else they think, ‘She’s not going away, so we might as well just start liking it’,” she laughs.

Of course, merely being worn down has nothing to do with what made America fall in love with ‘Ran, as she’s known to her fans.

“ came out on a single that died in the 30s.” (For the record, that would be “Dead Flowers,” which marked the very last time that programmers were unsure whether to take a chance on Lambert.) “So I’m excited and so thankful.

Because I don’t blame the program directors and DJs who used to have to put my songs on and have the listeners go, ‘What the hell is this? But I’ve played so many tours and been on the road so much, I feel like people get me now.

Two years ago, as that make-or-break effort was prepared for takeoff, you didn’t have to listen far to hear whispers that maybe those same cutting-edge qualities that made her an award-show queen and press darling would be the kiss of death when the commercial rubber hit the road.

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