Combs goes deluxe, again
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
– Luke Combs will release a deluxe album, "What You See Ain't Always What You Get," on Oct. 23 on River House Artists/Columbia Nashville.
The extended edition will feature all 18 songs from Combs' Platinum-certified, "What You See Is What You Get" plus five new tracks.
The track list of the new songs was not released. Combs has put out a COVID-19-inspired song "Six Feet Away," but it was not known if that will be on the deluxe edition.
The release also contains the five songs he released in "The Prequel," which came out in June 2019, five months before "What You See..." came out.
Combs also released regular and deluxe versions of his debut disc, "This One's For You."
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