3 of Hearts is the self-titled debut studio album by the American group
3 of Hearts, released on March 6, 2001, through the record label RCA
Nashville. It is a teen pop and country music album, though according to
some music critics, it leans more towards pop music. The album was
managed by American producer Byron Gallimore; its marketing focused on
the group’s crossover appeal to teenagers and young adults. 3 of Hearts
performed on a national tour sponsored by Seventeen magazine and another
sponsored by Walmart, and the singers were featured in several marketing
campaigns. Reviews of the album were mixed; some critics praised the
group’s vocals and public image, but others criticized the songs as
generic and lacking an authentic country sound. The album peaked at
number 45 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. “Love Is Enough” and
“Arizona Rain” were released as singles and made appearances on the
Country Airplay Billboard chart. The album’s low sales and lack of
appeal to country radio audiences led RCA to drop the group.
Today’s selected anniversaries:
With the completion of the Siege of Chandax, the Muslim Emirate
of Crete was conquered by the Byzantine Empire.
Texas Revolution: Mexican forces captured the Alamo in San
Antonio from the Texians after a 13-day siege.
Upon the death of Joseph Stalin, Georgy Malenkov became Premier
of the Soviet Union.
In a radio broadcast, Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad
announced that American boxer Cassius Clay would change his name to
In Operation Flavius, the Special Air Service killed three
Provisional Irish Republican Army volunteers conspiring to bomb a parade
of British military bands in Gibraltar.
Wiktionary’s word of the day:
(technology, idiomatic) Something too new and untested to be reliable or
to have any assurance of safety; the figurative place where such things
Wikiquote quote of the day:
In a war of ideas it is people who get killed.
–Stanisław Jerzy Lec
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