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Album Review

35 Biggest Hits supplants the previous front-runner in Tim McGraw compilations, 2010's Number One Hits. Where that double-disc set topped out at 24 tracks, this, as the title suggests, goes all the way to 35 cuts, a move that is more generous by definition but it also trumps its predecessor by proceeding in a chronological order, opening with 1994's "Indian Outlaw" and concluding with 2011's "Better Than I Used to Be" (treat the live version of "Just When I Needed You Most" as the bonus track it's intended to be). In between these two songs come all of McGraw's best-known songs from his run at Curb — "Not a Moment Too Soon," "I Like It, I Love It," "Something Like That," "My Next Thirty Years," "Live Like You Were Dying," "Back When," "Felt Good on My Lips" all among them — and that's enough to make this a strong summary of McGraw's peak years.

Customer Reviews

Blame Curb Records, Not Tim

This was put out by Curb Records, Tim’s old label. They’re just trying to get more money from his fans. Again, this was not Tim’s doing.

Great!!

Actually it's 36 Biggest Hits.

DO NOT BUY THIS

This is another stunt by curb to use Tim. LET HIM GO ALREADY. He's much better off without you.

Biography

Born: May 1, 1967 in Delhi, LA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

When Tim McGraw debuted in the early '90s, few would have predicted that he would eventually take over Garth Brooks' position as the most popular male singer in country music. Yet that's exactly what he did, thanks to a string of multi-platinum albums, a high-profile marriage to fellow superstar Faith Hill, and Brooks' own inevitable decline. His sound epitomized the strain of commercial country that dominated his era: updated honky tonk and Southern-fried country-rock on the uptempo tunes, well-polished,...
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