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Album: NOW That's What I Call Music! Outlaw Country

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 2021 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For NOW That's What I Call Music! Outlaw Country By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
1
Traveller Chris Stapleton 3:37 USD Album Only
2
High Cost Of Living Jamey Johnson 5:45 USD Album Only
3
Copperhead Road Steve Earle 4:27 USD Album Only
4
Kerosene Miranda Lambert 3:02 USD Album Only
5
T-R-O-U-B-L-E Travis Tritt 2:58 USD Album Only
6
I Been To Georgia On A Fast Tr Billy Joe Shaver 2:54 USD Album Only
7
Folsom Prison Blues Johnny Cash 2:41 USD Album Only
8
The Devil Went Down To Georgia The Charlie Daniels Band 3:33 USD Album Only
9
Take This Job And Shove It Johnny Paycheck 2:35 USD Album Only
10
Ladies Love Outlaws Waylon Jennings 2:29 USD Album Only
11
Help Me Make It Through The Ni Kris Kristofferson 2:19 USD Album Only
12
Mammas, Don't Let Your Babies Willie Nelson & Waylon Jennings 2:30 USD Album Only
13
Texas (When I Die) Tanya Tucker 4:48 USD Album Only
14
Bluebird Wine Emmylou Harris 3:13 USD Album Only
15
Up Against The Wall, Red Neck Jerry Jeff Walker 4:29 USD Album Only
16
The Ride David Allan Coe 3:04 USD Album Only
17
Pancho & Lefty Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard 4:44 USD Album Only
18
Desperados Waiting For A Train Guy Clark 4:31 USD Album Only

Reviews For NOW That's What I Call Music! Outlaw Country By Artist Various Artists

  • Most is good

    3
    By Yo 262784
    Chris Stapleton is not an outlaw by any means. Travis Tritt isn’t an outlaw either

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