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35 Biggest Hits


Download links and information about 35 Biggest Hits by Toby Keith. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 35 tracks with total duration of 02:07:54 minutes.

Artist: Toby Keith
Release date: 2008
Genre: Country
Tracks: 35
Duration: 02:07:54
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No. Title Length
1. Should've Been a Cowboy 3:28
2. He Ain't Worth Missing 3:04
3. A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action 2:49
4. Wish I Didn't Know Now 3:27
5. Who's That Man (Radio Edit) 3:32
6. Upstairs Downtown 4:27
7. You Ain't Much Fun 2:26
8. Big Ol' Truck 3:43
9. Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine On You 3:50
10. A Woman's Touch 5:36
11. Me Too 3:54
12. We Were In Love 4:19
13. I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying 4:02
14. Dream Walkin' 3:55
15. Getcha Some 3:17
16. How Do You Like Me Now?! 3:25
17. Country Comes to Town 3:38
18. You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This 3:41
19. I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight 2:45
20. I Wanna Talk About Me 3:03
21. My List 3:19
22. Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American) 3:15
23. Who's Your Daddy? 3:58
24. Beer for My Horses 3:31
25. I Love This Bar 5:33
26. American Soldier 4:22
27. Whiskey Girl 3:58
28. Stays In Mexico 3:34
29. Mockingbird 3:29
30. Honkytonk U 3:34
31. As Good As I Once Was 3:47
32. Big Blue Note 2:57
33. Get Drunk and Be Somebody 3:00
34. A Little Too Late 4:08
35. She's a Hottie (Single Version) 3:08



Not only do you get 35 of Toby Keith's biggest hits from five different record labels all in one collection, but all the songs here are sequenced chronologically letting you hear how the man's music has evolved from his mullet headed era of 1993's "Should've Been A Cowboy" to 2008's "She's A Hottie." Songs from 2007's Big Dog Daddy are absent due to legal contractual complications, so you'll just have to imagine that "High Maintenance Woman" is playing second to last. But other than that one little snafu, it's truly interesting to hear how he's gone from an aspiring balladeer ("He Ain't Worth Missing" and "A Woman's Touch") to a pot stirring outlaw ("Beer For My Horses" and "Get Drunk And Be Somebody"). The controversial smash hit, 2002's "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)" was his point of departure, and where many performers have faded after being thrust into the limelight, Keith took the opportunity to step things up, hit his stride as a songwriter, and record the kinds of songs that keep us on our toes.