12 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Throughout Golden Road, Urban infuses country with the enthusiasm of someone whose dreams are about to come true. On banjo rocker "Somebody Like You," it's the relationship that will change his life. On "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me," he doesn't let being broke and unemployed get him down—better times aren't just on the way, they're already here. Even "You'll Think of Me," the breakup ballad that gave us the immortal line "Take your cat but leave my sweater," is an ode to possibilities.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Throughout Golden Road, Urban infuses country with the enthusiasm of someone whose dreams are about to come true. On banjo rocker "Somebody Like You," it's the relationship that will change his life. On "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me," he doesn't let being broke and unemployed get him down—better times aren't just on the way, they're already here. Even "You'll Think of Me," the breakup ballad that gave us the immortal line "Take your cat but leave my sweater," is an ode to possibilities.

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