Miranda Lambert Discography

Miranda Lambert

  1. Somebody Else
  2. Texas Pride
  3. Lyin’ Here
  4. Another Heartache
  5. What in the World
  6. Jack Daniels
  7. Texas as Hell
  8. Something That I Like About a Honky Tonk
  9. Last Goodbye
  10. Wichita Falls

Kerosene

«Kerosene» – is the first studio album by American country artist Miranda Lambert. The album was released March 15, 2005 on Epic Records Nashville and was produced by Frank Liddell and Mike Wrucke. After placing third in the television contest, Nashville Star in 2003 Lambert signed with Epic Nashville in 2004. The album had four singles from Top 40 Billboard Country Chart, however, only the title track was a great success, reaching the number 15.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Kerosene” Miranda Lambert, Steve Earle 3:05
2. “What About Georgia” M. Lambert 3:25
3. “Greyhound Bound for Nowhere” M. Lambert, Rick Lambert 4:23
4. “New Strings” M. Lambert 3:50
5. “I Can’t Be Bothered” Travis Howard 3:20
6. “Bring Me Down” M. Lambert, Howard 4:15
7. “Me and Charlie Talking” M. Lambert, R. Lambert, Heather Little 4:12
8. “I Wanna Die” M. Lambert, Scotty Wray 3:46
9. “Love Is Looking for You” M. Lambert 3:52
10. “Mama, I’m Alright” M. Lambert, Howard 4:07
11. “There’s a Wall” M. Lambert 4:15
12. “Love Your Memory” M. Lambert 3:47
Total length: 46:26

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – is the second studio album by American country artist, Miranda Lambert. The album was released May 1, 2007 by Columbia Nashville Records and was produced by Frank Liddell and Mike Wrucke.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was Lambert’s first studio album released under the Columbia Nashville label, Kerosene 2005 was released on Epic Nashville Records. The album received high praise from critics, with critics commenting on Lambert’s vengeful material. The album reached number one on Top Country Albums in the United States and also reached number 6 on the American list in general. Out of the four singles on the album, three were big hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs list between 2007 and 2009. “Gunpowder & Lead,” the album’s third single, became its first Top 10 hit on the country list in 2008 Other singles sired from the album were: “Famous in a Small Town”, and “More Like Her.”

In the late spring of 2008, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend won the Album of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Gunpowder & Lead” Miranda Lambert, Heather Little 3:11
2. “Dry Town” David Rawlings, Gillian Welch 2:42
3. “Famous in a Small Town” Lambert, Travis Howard 4:05
4. “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” Lambert, Howard 3:07
5. “Love Letters” Lambert 2:45
6. “Desperation” Lambert 3:31
7. “More Like Her” Lambert 3:28
8. “Down” Lambert, Howard 3:55
9. “Guilty in Here” Lambert, Howard 2:43
10. “Getting Ready” Patty Griffin 3:21
11. “Easy from Now On” Carlene Carter, Susanna Clark 4:37
Total length: 37:25

Revolution

Revolution – is the third studio album by country music singer Miranda Lambert. The album was released on September 29, 2009, through Columbia Nashville. The album includes the singles “Dead Flowers,” “White Liar,” “The House That Built Me,” “Only Prettier,” and “Heart Like Mine,” all of which have been charted on Billboard’s country chart.

Revolution won the Album of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Country Music Association Awards in 2010.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “White Liar” Miranda Lambert, Natalie Hemby 4:47
2. “Only Prettier” Lambert, Hemby 3:09
3. “Dead Flowers” Lambert 3:59
4. “Me and Your Cigarettes” Lambert, Ashley Monroe, Blake Shelton 2:24
5. “Maintain the Pain” Lambert 2:17
6. “Airstream Song” Lambert, Hemby 2:48
7. “Makin’ Plans” Lambert 3:50
8. “Time to Get a Gun” Fred Eaglesmith 3:55
9. “Somewhere Trouble Don’t Go” Julie Miller 3:21
10. “The House That Built Me” Tom Douglas, Allen Shamblin 3:56
11. “Love Song” Lambert, Shelton, Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood 2:49
12. “Heart Like Mine” Lambert, Monroe, Travis Howard 2:57
13. “Sin for a Sin” Lambert, Shelton 3:28
14. “That’s the Way That the World Goes ‘Round” John Prine 3:25
15. “Virginia Bluebell” Lambert, Hemby, Jennifer Kennard 3:46
Total length: 50:51

Four the Record

Four the Record – is the fourth album of study of the American singer of country music Miranda Lambert, released on November 1, 2011, through RCA Records Nashville The first single of the album «Baggage Claim “, became Lambert’s only highest debutant at number 33 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs list. A deluxe edition of the album was also released, which included an extra song and a DVD.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “All Kinds of Kinds” Phillip Coleman, Don Henry 4:26
2. “Fine Tune” Natalie Hemby, Luke Laird 4:39
3. “Fastest Girl in Town” Miranda Lambert, Angaleena Presley 3:17
4. “Safe” Lambert 4:46
5. “Mama’s Broken Heart” Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally, Kacey Musgraves 2:59
6. “Dear Diamond” (with Patty Loveless) Lambert 3:49
7. “Same Old You” Brandi Carlile 3:05
8. “Baggage Claim” Lambert, Hemby, Laird 3:18
9. “Easy Living” Lambert, Scott Wray 2:45
10. “Over You” Lambert, Blake Shelton 4:13
11. “Look at Miss Ohio” David Rawlings, Gillian Welch 4:18
12. “Better in the Long Run” (with Blake Shelton) Charles Kelley, Ashley Monroe, Gordie Sampson 3:34
13. “Nobody’s Fool” Chris Stapleton 3:43
14. “Oklahoma Sky” Allison Moorer 4:46

Platinum

Platinum – is the fifth studio album by country music singer Miranda Lambert, released on June 3, 2014, through RCA Records Nashville. Her first single, “Automatic,” has reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Girls”
  • Nicolle Galyon
  • Natalie Hemby
  • Jimmy Robbins
3:35
2. “Platinum”
  • Miranda Lambert
  • Galyon
  • Hemby
3:11
3. “Little Red Wagon”
  • Audra Mae
  • Joe Ginsberg
3:24
4. “Smokin’ and Drinkin'” (featuring Little Big Town)
  • Hemby
  • Luke Laird
  • Shane McAnally
5:30
5. “Priscilla”
  • Galyon
  • Hemby
  • Robbins
3:26
6. “Automatic”
  • Lambert
  • Galyon
  • Hemby
4:07
7. “Bathroom Sink” Lambert 4:05
8. “Old Shit”
  • Brent Cobb
  • Neil Mason
2:45
9. “All That’s Left” (featuring The Time Jumpers)
  • Dixie Hall
  • Tom T. Hall
3:11
10. “Gravity Is a Bitch”
  • Lambert
  • Scotty Wray
3:08
11. “Babies Makin’ Babies”
  • Galyon
  • Hemby
  • Robbins
2:56
12. “Somethin’ Bad” (duet with Carrie Underwood)
  • Chris DeStefano
  • Brett James
  • Priscilla Renea
2:49
13. “Holding on to You”
  • Lambert
  • Jessi Alexander
  • Ashley Monroe
4:32
14. “Two Rings Shy”
  • Lambert
  • Brandy Clark
  • Heather Little
3:18
15. “Hard Staying Sober”
  • Lambert
  • Hemby
  • Laird
4:28
16. “Another Sunday in the South”
  • Lambert
  • Alexander
  • Monroe
3:50
Total length: 58:15

The Weight of These Wings

The Weight of These Wings is the sixth studio album by American country musician Miranda Lambert, released on November 18, 2016, by RCA Records Nashville. The album consists of two discs, with the disc 1 titled The Nerve and the disc 2 titled The Heart.The album debuted at n ° 1 on the list of Billboard Country Albums and at number 3 on the list of all Billboard 200 genres from the United States, and has been certified by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In addition to winning the Album of the Year at the ACM Awards 2017, it is considered by several music publications as one of the best country albums of 2016.

Disc 1 – The Nerve
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Runnin’ Just in Case”
  • Miranda Lambert
  • Gwen Sebastian
4:33
2. “Highway Vagabond”
  • Natalie Hemby
  • Luke Dick
  • Shane McAnally
3:53
3. “Ugly Lights”
  • Lambert
  • Hemby
  • Liz Rose
3:01
4. “You Wouldn’t Know Me” Shake Russell 3:19
5. “We Should Be Friends” Lambert 2:50
6. “Pink Sunglasses”
  • Rodney Clawson
  • Dick
  • Hemby
4:06
7. “Getaway Driver”
  • Lambert
  • Hemby
  • Anderson East
3:53
8. “Vice”
  • Lambert
  • McAnally
  • Josh Osborne
4:00
9. “Smoking Jacket”
  • Lambert
  • Hemby
  • Lucie Silvas
4:54
10. “Pushin’ Time”
  • Lambert
  • Hemby
  • Foy Vance
3:33
11. “Covered Wagon” Danny O’Keefe 4:08
12. “Use My Heart”
  • Lambert
  • Ashley Monroe
  • Waylon Payne
3:50
Total length: 46:00
Disc 2 – The Heart
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Tin Man”
  • Lambert
  • Jack Ingram
  • Jon Randall
4:19
2. “Good Ol’ Days”
  • Lambert
  • Brent Cobb
  • Adam Hood
3:18
3. “Things That Break”
  • Lambert
  • Hemby
  • Jessi Alexander
3:47
4. “For the Birds”
  • Lambert
  • Aaron Raitere
3:46
5. “Well-Rested”
  • Lambert
  • Raitere
  • East
4:39
6. “Tomboy”
  • Lambert
  • Raitere
  • Hemby
4:01
7. “To Learn Her”
  • Lambert
  • Monroe
  • Payne
3:47
8. “Keeper of the Flame”
  • Lambert
  • Hemby
  • Rose
3:59
9. “Bad Boy”
  • Lambert
  • Mando Saenz
4:40
10. “Six Degrees of Separation”
  • Lambert
  • Hemby
  • Nicolle Galyon
3:09
11. “Dear Old Sun”
  • Lambert
  • Sebastian
  • Terri Jo Box
4:56
12. “I’ve Got Wheels”
  • Lambert
  • Sebastian
  • Scotty Wray
3:40
Total length: 48:01

In support of her last album Miranda Lamber is going on a tour.