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On The Rocks
On the Rocks is the debut studio album by American country music band Midland. It was released on September 22, 2017 via Big Machine Records.
34 Number Ones
Greatest Hits - From The Beginning
Greatest Hits: From the Beginning is the title of the first greatest hits compilation issued by American country music singer Travis Tritt. Released in 1995 on Warner Bros. Records, the album features fifteen tracks from Tritt's first four studio albums Country Club, It's All About to Change, T-R-O-U-B-L-E, and Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof. Two songs were newly recorded for this album as well: the Steve Earle-penned "Sometimes She Forgets", and a rendition of the pop standard "Only You". The former was released as a single in 1995, reaching #7 on the Hot Country Songs charts, while the latter reached #51 on the same chart. Overall, the album was certified platinum by the RIAA for sales of one million copies.
That Lonesome Song
Jamey Johnson's 2006 debut album The Dollar may have put him on the map, but in retrospect offered only a hint of the rough-edged outlaw country roots he revealed on its '08 follow-up. On That Lonesome Song, Johnson tapped into his inner Waylon Jennings via Stones-y guitars, insistent beats, and a low-rolling, morning-after-mayhem vocal delivery (not to mention covers of Waylon's "The Door Is Always Open" and "Dreaming My Dreams"). His songs also stared starkly at subjects—like drug abuse and rehab—too steamy for his squeaky-clean contemporaries.
Metamodern Sounds in Country Music
Metamodern Sounds in Country Music is the second studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson. The album was produced and engineered by Dave Cobb and was released on May 13, 2014, through High Top Mountain/Thirty Tigers & Loose Music. The title is an homage to the album Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music by Ray Charles.
50 Number Ones
50 Number Ones is a compilation album, released in 2004, by American country music singer George Strait. It is a compilation of his first 50 Number One country music singles, starting with 1982's "Fool Hearted Memory" and presented in chronological order. A new track, "I Hate Everything", was also included, and became his 51st overall Number One in 2004. The figure of "50 Number Ones" includes not just songs that reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, but also of those that topped the Radio & Records and Gavin Report charts. The album has been certified 7 × Multi-Platinum by the RIAA. It has sold 3,791,500 copies in the US as of April 2015.
Many of the songs were edited from their album versions to make all the songs fit on two discs. Many of these cuts were unnecessary, however. With a capacity of 80 minutes for each disc, 5:01 of which was left over, and 6:50 of edits made, only 1:49 of cuts were actually required. Therefore, the only alterations necessary were to the songs' export settings.
Pure Country is the soundtrack album to the 1992 film Pure Country, and the thirteenth studio album by country singer George Strait. The film stars Strait as fictional country singer Dusty Chandler, and the album consists mostly of songs sung by Dusty in the film. The Pure Country soundtrack is Strait's first soundtrack album. It was released in 1992 by MCA Records.
Although the film was a critical and commercial failure, the soundtrack album is Strait's most commercially successful album, having sold over six million copies.
Diamonds & Gasoline
Find My Way
William Fairweather Ford
The Successful Failures
One Big Pill
This Is My Life
It's A Great Day To Be Alive
I Cross My Heart
Forever and Ever, Amen
Love Without End, Amen
Amarillo By Morning
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