With her breakthrough album 80's Ladies, K.T. Oslin established a new voice in country music -- that of an upscale, middle-aged divorcee, trying to cope with the turmoils with life. The subject matter basically remained the same, but it was given a new viewpoint -- Oslin sounded like no other singer, in terms of viewpoint, in the late '80s. 80's Ladies suffered from a few weak tracks, but on the whole, it was an exciting, fresh change.
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AllMusic Review by Rodney Batdorf