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35 Biggest Hits
Artist: Keith, Toby
UPC: 00602517524224
Label: Universal Music Group
Genre: Country & Western
    OUR PRICE: $18.48  
Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: May 2008
Additional Information
Units: 2
Weight: 0.24 lbs
Track Listing
1 DISC 1:
2 Should've Been a Cowboy
3 Woman's Touch, A
4 Me Too
5 We Were in Love
6 I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying
7 Dream Walkin'
8 Getcha Some
9 How Do You Like Me Now?!
10 Country Comes to Town
11 You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This
12 He Ain't Worth Missing
13 Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action, A
14 Wish I Didn't Know Now
15 Who's That Man
16 Upstairs Downtown
17 You Ain't Much Fun
18 Big Ol' Truck
19 Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine on You
20 DISC 2:
21 I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight
22 Stays in Mexico
23 Mockingbird
24 Honkytonk U
25 As Good as I Once Was
26 Big Blue Note
27 Get Drunk and Be Somebody
28 Little Too Late, A
29 She's a Hottie
30 I Wanna Talk About Me
31 My List
32 Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)
33 Who's Your Daddy?
34 Beer for My Horses
35 I Love This Bar
36 American Soldier
37 Whiskey Girl
Release Date : 05/12/2008
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Country
Number of Discs : 2
Running Time : 128 minutes 1 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Review Expert : Blender (Magazine) (p.79) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's easy to hear why he's lasted so long -- he's hopped every country-radio trend over the past 15 years."
Misc Note : Photographer: Richard McLaren. While the two-disc 35 BIGGEST HITS is far from the first Toby Keith hits collection, it's easily his most comprehensive to date, including the biggest songs from every stage of the country superstar's first 15 years. It moves from early hits like "A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action," which found him coming on like an Alan Jackson-esque New Traditionalist, to catchy, in-your-face anthems like "How Do You Like Me Now" and "I Wanna Talk About Me." Naturally, it also contains Keith's controversial post-9/11 "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," as well as his most mature work, such as latter-day smashes "Big Blue Note" and "A Little Too Late." It all adds up to a definitive portrait of an American original.