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Rhett's "Life Changes" goes deluxe

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 – Thomas Rhett's PLATINUM album "Life Changes," will get the deluxe treatment later this month.

Rhett announced Tuesday that "Life Changes Deluxe" will be out on Sept. 21 with three new tracks, "Country Gold," "Cardboard Heart" and "When We're 80." The digital version will also include three remixes of "Leave Right Now" and a track with updated lyrics for "Life Changes."

The announcement came at the same time he claimed his 11th number 1 single with the title track. "There's no way for me to explain how it feels to have 11 number ones," Rhett said. "This was the song that inspired the name of the album,and is so special for me because it's my family's story. It's amazing that so many people have also been able to connect it to their own stories."

The track list is:
1. Craving You (featuring Maren Morris)
2. Unforgettable
3. Sixteen
4. Drink A Little Beer (featuring Rhett Akins)
5. Marry Me
6. Leave Right Now
7. Smooth Like The Summer
8. Life Changes
9. When You Look Like That
10. Sweetheart
11. Kiss Me Like A Stranger
12. Renegades
13. Gateway Love
14. Grave
15. Country Gold
16. Cardboard Heart
17. When We're 80
18. Life Changes - Radio Edit**
19. Leave Right Now Martin Jensen** 20. Leave Right Now Nashville Mix** 21. Leave Right Now Radio Edit**

** Digital version only

Rhett's Life Changes Tour continues Sept. 13 in Bangor, Maine with Brett Young and Midland.

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