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Opening with a reel of banjo and a pattering drum machine, Fuse showcases Keith Urban's inventive fusion of traditional country and contemporary pop. His diverse musical palate reaches for listeners beyond the borders of traditional country. The catchiest tunes ("Love's Poster Child," "She's My 11," "Red Camaro") are driven by huge guitars, streamlined production, and soaring choruses.

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Different & Disappointing

A couple "hits" on here, but no soul or heart. Just cheesy, generic, pop lyrics with hip hop beats and some "awkward" lyrics coming from him. He's 46, I would expect cheesy crap like this on a debut album, his music should have developed and "matured, instead it's gone in the complete opposite direction. Go Listen to "Raining on Sunday" or "You'll Think of Me" "Tonight I Wanna Cry" "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me" or "Better Life" those were real songs with raw emotion, while still maintaining Keith's optimistic spirit. Now, those songs aren't even recognizably him when compared to his later albums. I love Keith Urban and am a very devoted fan, but it's obvious he doesn't have another "Golden Road" or "Be Here" album in him anymore. Ironically those are the records that broke him out and made him big. I like some of the songs on here, they just aren't what I loved from Keith Urban, and what made me a fan. Too generic.

More from The Hit Machine

This will satisfy many fans of Keith's music no doubt. There are 3-4 hits here and the music are a reflection of Keith's seemingly blissful life and that's reflected in his songwriting. That being said, there used to be an edge to his playing and songwriting that is long gone. Guitar breaks that were blistering. Soaring outros and intros are rare. Lyrics dealing with more in life that fast cars, sunny days, and sweet kisses...gone. I'm happy that Keith has dealt with his demons, truly. It's taken his music to kind of a generic place though.

I've been waiting for new KU music!!

I am so excited to hear this new music!! I see the criticisms that Keith Urban has lost his edge but I think his music has just grown with him. Let's be honest - we are hopefully more settled and content when we're in our 40's, right? Well - he certainly is and his music reflects that too! I don't this makes him less effective as an artist, it just means he's authentic and true to himself! He pours himself into everything he sings and you can hear his passion and joy come through crystal clear!!! Love it!!!!


Born: October 26, 1967 in Whangarei, New Zealand

Genre: Country

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

Although born in New Zealand and raised in nearby Australia, Keith Urban made his biggest splash in Nashville, where he helped rewrite the rules of contemporary country music. By embracing drum loops and elements of Top 40 pop, Urban wrote songs that appealed to a wide audience, effectively satisfying his Nashville fans without alienating those more accustomed to pop music. He also became a genuine celebrity, known for his good looks, his marriage to Nicole Kidman, and his outspoken battle with alcoholism....
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Fuse (Deluxe Version), Keith Urban
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Country, Music
  • Released: Sep 10, 2013

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