35 Biggest Hits

35 Biggest Hits

Music CD - 2008
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Includes bonus: Unreleased backgrounds -- Hang on to your ego -- Trombone Dixie.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Universal Music Enterprises, [2008]
Copyright Date: ℗2008
Branch Call Number: COUNTRY CDR KEIT TBH K02
Characteristics: 2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Thirty-five biggest hits

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Disc 1: Track 7 is for married couples only. Tracks 4, 5, 13, 14 and 16 are bad.
Disc 2: Tracks 1, 5, 7, 9, 10, 14 and 17 are bad songs. You can't hear what he is saying in Tracks 12 and 13.
Album: Worth a listen.

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garycornell
Aug 30, 2014

"Toby Keith 35 Biggest Hits" is a couple of hits to many, but still an outstanding collection of his recordings. For nearly a decade, Toby Keith from 2000 to 2010 ruled the country airwaves. I think some of popularity must have waned because KCLS has 3 copies and only 2 holds on them at present. I am not one of those fans that just likes some one because they are being pushed on the radio. Toby Keith has written some great songs and been a fine interpreter of other song writers. Maybe others of you missed this collection and now will put a hold on it. I certainly think Toby Keith deserves to be heard!

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bdls206
Jul 14, 2012

I think this is a great compilation album, as it only has two or three songs I don't really care for. I would recommend this to fans of country as well as to fans of southern rock.

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Jul 14, 2012

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bdls206
Jul 14, 2012

35 Biggest Hits is a two-disc greatest hits album from American country music artist Toby Keith.It was released on May 6, 2008. The album comprises thirty-four previously recorded tracks from Keith's previous studio albums, as well as the newly-recorded track "She's a Hottie", which was released to radio in early 2008.

This compilation is the first to span Keith's entire career; it was able to do so because Universal Music Group Nashville owned (either outright or through distribution) the rights to his entire catalog.

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bdls206
Jul 14, 2012

From Should've Been a Cowboy.................. I should've been a cowboy
I should've learned to rope and ride
Wearing my six-shooter riding my pony on a cattle drive
Stealing the young girl's hearts
Just like Gene and Roy
Singing those campfire songs
Oh I should've been a cowboy

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