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Singer, songwriter Leann Rimes released her eighth studio album, "Whatever We Wanna," on June 6, 2006. Rimes announced via her social media that the album would be released digitally in the US for the first time in 15 years after the album’s original release internationally. The release is a deluxe edition featuring all fifteen original tracks and three remixes of songs. The three additional tracks include remixes to "Headphones," the second single, "Strong," and "And It Feels Like," which served as the lead single from the album. The album is similar to her R&B-influenced "Twisted Angel" but has a more rock-oriented sound. The album was released exclusively in Europe. It was originally slated to be released in the U.S; however, it was not released due to the success of her single, "Something's Gotta Give" (which peaked at number two on Billboard’s Top Country Songs), leading to an increase in sales of her album "This Woman." Rimes recently made an appearance at the Sacramento Rainbow Festival on Sunday, which sent her fans into meltdown as she was certainly dressed for the occasion. LeAnn's legs looked endless in her denim cut-offs as she flashed a hint of her chiselled stomach while jumping up and down on stage.