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Bullets In the Gun

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Download links and information about Bullets In the Gun by Toby Keith. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 36:03 minutes.

Artist: Toby Keith
Release date: 2010
Genre: Country
Tracks: 10
Duration: 36:03
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Bullets In the Gun 4:16
2. Somewhere Else 3:05
3. Trailerhood 2:53
4. In a Couple of Days 3:46
5. Think About You All of the Time 3:44
6. Kissin' In the Rain 3:55
7. Drive It On Home 3:22
8. Ain't Breakin' Nothin' 3:57
9. Is That All You Got 3:35
10. Get Out of My Car 3:30

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This time out, Keith downplays overt politics in favor of tear-stained balladry, down-home celebrations and heartland romance. He approaches his songs with a filmmaker’s flair and an actor’s bravado — tracks like the trucker’s anthem “Drive It On Home,” the barroom lament “Somewhere Else” and the Western-themed title tune are classic narratives with a modern twist. Keith isn’t above dishing out tongue-in-cheek sexism (“Get Out of My Car”) or rhyming “convertible” with “flirtable” (in “Think About You All of the Time”). He gets all the details right in “Trailerhood,” a pungent slice of Southern life set to an easy-going groove. Amidst the twanging rockers and simmering mid-tempo tracks are tender young-love tunes (“Kissin’ In the Rain”) and yearning heartbreak numbers (“In a Couple of Days”). The album’s Deluxe Edition adds four live cuts, including surprising renditions of Roger Miller’s bopping “Chug-a-Lug” and Gordon Lightfoot’s brooding “Sundown.” Bullets In the Gun is prime Keith, swaggering, sly and tuneful to its core.