TERRI CLARK -- READY TO ROCK WITH "PAIN TO KILL"

Terri Clark's latest album "Pain to Kill" was released this week, and it's already getting rave reviews.

Terri says that the early responses to her fifth album have been "the best reviews of my life," and some are saying that this could be her best-selling record yet.

In an interview, Terri talks about the album and how it's different than her last project, "No Fear." "the last album that I did was a little more stripped-down and organic -- a little more acoustic driven," she says.

"I was really ready to rock again with ["Pain to Kill"] and do some music that was really energy driven and that we could have a lot of fun on stage with."

Terri also adds that although she may experiment with different kinds of music, her heart and soul belongs to country music.

"I think it's important, as artists, to listen to a lot of different kinds of music," she says. "It really helps us grow within what we do best. I listen to a lot of different kinds of things, but where I really rest my heart is in country."

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