18 Songs, 1 Hour 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This 2007 collection offers a crystal-clear snapshot of what made Keith Urban one of country's biggest movers and shakers in the ’00s. His scope is wide, with standouts including a sparkling cover of folk-rocker Steve Forbert's "Romeo's Tune" (a previously unreleased bonus track), his roof-raising country-rock stomp "Where the Blacktop Ends," and the spare, piano-led heartbreak ballad "Tonight I Wanna Cry." This set leaves no mystery about his lofty status as one of country's top-tier singer/songwriters.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This 2007 collection offers a crystal-clear snapshot of what made Keith Urban one of country's biggest movers and shakers in the ’00s. His scope is wide, with standouts including a sparkling cover of folk-rocker Steve Forbert's "Romeo's Tune" (a previously unreleased bonus track), his roof-raising country-rock stomp "Where the Blacktop Ends," and the spare, piano-led heartbreak ballad "Tonight I Wanna Cry." This set leaves no mystery about his lofty status as one of country's top-tier singer/songwriters.

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