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Now That's What I Call Country

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Editors’ Notes

Most of us know someone who claims they like "everything but country." If they don't know that country and pop are getting more difficult to differentiate, this compilation of 2008 spring/summer country hits could change their minds — partially because of the stellar selection of songs and also because when you include a whopping 20 tunes, a few of them are bound to be too catchy to deny. "All American Girl" is one such song, introducing the collection with Carrie Underwood singing soulfully about the rite of passage known as parenthood. Sugarland's "Stay" is an undeniably moving ballad, and not just because the rootsy verses recall the melody to The Rolling Stones' "Shine A Light." Luke Bryan's "All My Friends Say" shifts gears with a guitar-heavy, twang-rocking, drinking song that anyone who is gearing up to get down on some weekend nightlife can relate to.  Dierks Bentley's powerful "Trying To Stop Your Leaving" can connect with everyone who hates bidding farewell to a loved one, and Keith Urban's "Everybody" is so moving that it should have bookended this compilation instead of Jason Michael Carroll's "Alyssa Lies," a good song wrapped in a bummer of a subject about child abuse.

Customer Reviews

Pretty Good

This is a pretty decent compilation of some of country's recent hits. Not all of the songs on here are that good, but most of them are. If you buy this album, you'll still get quite a few great songs for less money than it would cost to search for each one individually and purchase it from the original album. A few highlights of the album are Carrie Underwood, "All-American Girl," Trace Adkins, "You're Gonna Miss This," George Strait, "I Saw God Today," Taylor Swift, "Picture to Burn," and Brad Paisley, "Letter to Me." I'm glad to see that it has Sara Evans, "As If," Julianne Hough, "That Song In My Head," and Kellie Pickler, "Things That Never Cross a Man's Mind" - songs that didn't chart nearly as high as I felt they deserved. Thus, despite the title, this compilation also includes songs that did top the charts and some that never even cracked the Top 10, but are still worthy of our recognition. Though the song selection on this album falls slightly short of perfection, there are still enough good songs for it to be worth the money.


If u don't like album only.... just go find the songs by theri artists...

It's Good if you don't already have all the albums!

These are all great songs, but if you want just one f them, type in the artists name or the name of the song and you can get just the one. Otherwise these are all great songs. I love country!

Now That's What I Call Country
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Country, Music
  • Released: Aug 26, 2008

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