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==Chart Performance==
 
==Chart Performance==
"Spitfire" debuted on the UK Country Albums Chart at number seven on the week of April 27, 2013.
 
 
On the following week of May 4, 2013, the album peaked at number three and in the following week of May 11, 2013, the album dropped to number nine.
 
 
In Australia, the album charted at number forty on the Australian Country Albums Chart on the week of May 6, 2013.
 
 
The following week, May 13, 2013, the album peaked at number nineteen. On the week of May 20, 2013, the album dropped to number twenty-four.
 
 
In the United States (the following week after the album's release), "Spitfire" entered and peaked the Billboard 200 at number thirty-six and entered and peaked at number nine on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
 
 
On the week of June 29, 2013, the album had dropped to number twenty-one on the Top Country Albums chart whilst on the Billboard 200, it fell to number seventy-eight.
 
 
 
==Critical Reception==
 
==Critical Reception==
 
Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic stated that the album is one of Rimes' "better records". He continued by stating: "When she's not collaborating, Rimes demonstrates excellent taste in cover material -- she records Missy Higgins' "Where I Stood," kicks up dust on Liz Rose/Chris Stapleton/Morgane Hayes' rockabilly raver "You Ain't Right," and gets down and dirty on Buddy & Julie Miller's "Gasoline and Matches," trading verses with Rob Thomas then letting Jeff Beck run wild—which gives the record dimension if not a singular momentum."
 
Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic stated that the album is one of Rimes' "better records". He continued by stating: "When she's not collaborating, Rimes demonstrates excellent taste in cover material -- she records Missy Higgins' "Where I Stood," kicks up dust on Liz Rose/Chris Stapleton/Morgane Hayes' rockabilly raver "You Ain't Right," and gets down and dirty on Buddy & Julie Miller's "Gasoline and Matches," trading verses with Rob Thomas then letting Jeff Beck run wild—which gives the record dimension if not a singular momentum."
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