To commemorate the 2010 Winter Olympics — they start tomorrow, people — AT&T teamed up with acts like Mariah Carey, Three Doors Down, All-American Rejects, and Gloriana for the Team USA Soundtrack, a collection of never-before-released songs designed to get your adrenaline flowing, even though you are not the one racing headfirst down a mountain at 90 mph. You can download the soundtrack off iTunes in the morning, but we’ve got your exclusive preview of Sugarland’s contribution, “Wide Open,” right now. My first reaction? Um, I can see that Jennifer Nettles is singing… but this ain’t no country song.
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Your thoughts, Mixers? Looking forward to any of the other tracks in particular? And is it just me, or are the Winter Olympics the most nervous-making two weeks in sports? All that crashing! All that ice! My knees hurt already. U.S.A.!
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