keith urban
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by: Keith Urban

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Emm/Capitol
EAN: 0724349759121
Item Dimensions: 4748423555
Label: Capitol Nashville
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Capitol Nashville
Model: 2126124
MPN: 724349759121
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: October 19, 1999
Publisher: Capitol Nashville
Release Date: October 19, 1999
Studio: Capitol Nashville

Disc 1:
  1. It's A Love Thing
  2. Where The Blacktop Ends
  3. But For The Grace Of God
  4. Your Everything
  5. I Wanna Be Your Man (Forever)
  6. A Little Luck Of Our Own
  7. You're The Only One
  8. If You Wanna Stay
  9. Don't Shut Me Out
  10. Out On My Own
  11. Rollercoaster
  12. I Thought You Knew
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
What does Australia have in common with country music? They both are homes to Keith Urban. Keith Urban is such a talented guy who brings a rock star look and guitar playing to country music. Make no mistake Keith Urban is country and will not be a rock star. He is country to his core. If you like Keith Urban's singles, you will really like this CD.
A cold-blooded critic once observed of an Eddie Money album that it's probably unrealistic to expect art from a guy named Money. In which case, it's equally unrealistic to expect down-home country music from a guy named Urban. Sure enough, the Australian-born Urban's debut solo album combines canned fiddle 'n' steel licks with hip-hop-flavored drum loops. The rock edge that characterized his previous band, the Ranch, has been replaced by pretty-boy poses and puppy-love lyrics aimed straight at the young female demographic. Not coincidentally, two of the Dixie Chicks show up to sing backup on the Cajun-lite "I Wanna Be Your Man (Forever)." The only demonstration of Urban's guitar prowess is the by-the-numbers instrumental "Rollercoaster." A couple of the better songs hint at darker moods and adult emotions that might be closer to the real Keith Urban. But too often he comes across as another latter-day Urban Cowboy who has simply traded in the shiny boots and Stetson for bare feet and an earring. --Rick Mitchell

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