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Album: NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 15

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 20

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 2022 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 15 By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
Buy Dirt (feat. Luke Bryan) Jordan Davis 2:46 USD Album Only
‘Til You Can’t Cody Johnson 3:39 USD Album Only
Famous Friends Chris Young & Kane Brown 2:43 USD Album Only
Fancy Like Walker Hayes 2:39 USD Album Only
Drunk (And I Dont Wanna Go Hom Elle King & Miranda Lambert 4:02 USD Album Only
I Was On A Boat That Day Old Dominion 2:53 USD Album Only
Beers On Me (feat. Breland & H Dierks Bentley 2:53 USD Album Only
Waves Luke Bryan 3:43 USD Album Only
Hell Of A View Eric Church 2:51 USD Album Only
Circles Around This Town Maren Morris 3:13 USD Album Only
Glad You Exist Dan + Shay 2:23 USD Album Only
23 Sam Hunt 2:57 USD Album Only
Wild Hearts Keith Urban 3:00 USD Album Only
Freedom Was A Highway Jimmie Allen & Brad Paisley 3:29 USD Album Only
Chasing After You Ryan Hurd & Maren Morris 3:27 USD Album Only
half of my hometown (feat. Ken Kelsea Ballerini 3:47 USD Album Only
To Be Loved By You Parker McCollum 3:17 USD Album Only
Home Sweet Russell Dickerson 3:22 USD Album Only
Dates In Pickup Trucks Kassi Ashton 2:45 USD Album Only

Reviews For NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 15 By Artist Various Artists

  • Not good

    By fnfnfkbefp
  • Not country

    By prince53!
    Man where is the wallen and real country not pop country.
  • Bad

    By Sam the Cowboy
    Till You Can’t being included is the only awesome part of this playlist. “Freedom Was A Highway” and “Waves” are also a decent addition. That said this album is terrible. Walker Hayes, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, and Dan+Shay are pop with zero ounces of country. Also why are there two songs of Maren Morris on this? Ridiculous to not have any songs of Morgan Wallen on here. “Wasted on You” or “Sand in My Boots” should definitely be on here; foolish to not have “Country Again” by Thomas Rhett not included and absolutely atrocious to not include “We Didn’t Have Much”by Justin Moore. Every one of those singles turned into number one hits. Now this is what I call crap for country music with Cody Johnson, Parker McCollum, Luke Bryan, and Jimmie Allen being exceptions.
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