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Album: Stack of Records

Artist: Larry Fleet

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Big Loud Records

Tracklist For Stack of Records By Artist Larry Fleet

Title Artist Time
Stack of Records Larry Fleet 3:38 USD 0.99
Lifetime Guarantee Larry Fleet 3:19 USD 0.99
Where I Find God Larry Fleet 4:09 USD 0.99
Quittin’ Ain’t Workin’ Larry Fleet 3:15 USD 0.99
Different Shade of Red Larry Fleet 3:07 USD 0.99
A Life Worth Living Larry Fleet 3:15 USD 0.99
Hurt Feelings Larry Fleet 3:29 USD 0.99
Church Parking Lot Larry Fleet 3:51 USD 0.99
In Love With My Problems (feat Larry Fleet 3:03 USD 0.99
Three Chords and a Lie Larry Fleet 3:09 USD 0.99
Never Wanna Meet Another Woman Larry Fleet 3:25 USD 0.99
Heart On My Sleeve Larry Fleet 3:51 USD 0.99
One For the Road Larry Fleet 3:00 USD 0.99
Highway Feet (feat. Jamey John Larry Fleet 3:29 USD Album Only

Reviews For Stack of Records By Artist Larry Fleet

  • The man!

    By kgxotsefbhdu
    Love his voice! Songs are awesome too. So glad to hear someone sing about something more meaningful.
  • Country Artist!

    By Stik89
    To be successful in Nashville you gotta find your lane. So it takes being different for new talent to achieve spotlight. The cool thing is that eventually there is a open spot left for that real country artist. Larry Fleet has been awarded that spot! P.S. I love my guys Hardy and Wallen also.
  • Worth waiting for!

    By Crazy in Kalamazoo
    I heard Where I Find God last year on my trip to Tennessee and loved it. I downloaded the song so I wouldn’t forget the name and decided to look on ITunes today and got the rest of the album! I love his voice and songs!
  • Underrated and underplayed

    By .…….…
    Absolutely fantastic album. Country refreshing as ever, keep it up
  • Good

    By Yo 262784
    The Jamey Johnson collaboration is exquisite and enough to warrant a 5 star rating
  • Larry the Legend

    By Jumbo stevo32
    This is the gas
  • Keeping Country Alive

    Larry Fleet sets the bar vocally for the industry. His music continues to move anyone and everyone who plays or listens to it. No matter what is happening in the crazy world we live in you can always rely on Larry to have at least one song that you can play on repeat to make everything better. So excited for Stack of Records this album is 100% going to fly up the charts!

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