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Garth Brooks: The Ultimate Hits

Track List

>Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)
>Friends in Low Places
>Shameless
>Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House
>Beaches of Cheyenne, The
>If Tomorrow Never Comes
>Papa Loved Mama
>More Than a Memory
>Good Ride Cowboy
>In Another's Eyes
>Fever, The
>Midnight Sun
>Learning to Live Again
>Longneck Bottle - (featuring Steve Wariner)
>To Make You Feel My Love
>We Shall Be Free
>Dance, The
>Callin' Baton Rouge
>Two Piña Coladas
>Thunder Rolls, The
>That Summer
>River, The
>Beer Run
>Unanswered Prayers
>Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
>Workin' for a Livin' - (featuring Huey Lewis)
>What She's Doing Now
>When You Come Back to Me Again [From Frequency]
>Standing Outside the Fire
>American Honky-Tonk Bar Association
>Change, The
>Rodeo
>Wrapped Up in You
>Leave a Light On
>[Untitled]
>[Untitled]
>Much Too Young
>If Tomorrow Never Comes
>Dance, The
>Friends in Low Places
>Unanswered Prayers
>Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House
>Thunder Rolls, The
>Rodeo
>Shameless
>Papa Loved Mama
>What She's Doing Now
>River, The
>We Shall Be Free
>Learning to Live Again
>That Summer
>Standing Outside the Fire
>Ain't Goin' Down
>Callin' Baton Rouge
>American Honky
>Fever, The
>To Make You Feel My Love
>Beaches of Cheyenne, The
>Change, The
>Two Piña Coladas
>Longneck Bottle
>In Another's Eyes
>Wrapped Up in You
>Beer Run
>When You Come Back to Me Again
>Good Ride Cowboy
>More Than a Memory
>Workin' for a Livin'
>Midnight Sun

Album Notes

Photographer: Mark Tucker .

For a period in the early 1990s, Garth Brooks was not only the biggest star in country music, he was one of the biggest stars in music, period. An unassuming Oklahoman who fused the blue-collar ethic of new traditionalist country with an unapologetic pop side that drew on his love of 1970s rockers like Kiss and Billy Joel, Garth Brooks fundamentally changed the sound of mainstream country music in much the same way that Hank Williams had in the 1940s and Patsy Cline had in the 1950s. THE ULTIMATE HITS, a three-disc collection that is the first comprehensive career overview for Brooks, contains all of his most beloved songs in remastered sound, plus four brand-new songs and a bonus DVD containing all of Brooks's music videos.



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