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Keith Urban offers live DVD

Tuesday, November 11, 2008 – Keith Urban's "Love, Pain & the whole crazy World Tour" live DVD, hits Wal-Mart stores, including Sam's Club and Walmart.com, today. The DVD includes Urban performing 18 songs in concert from his "Love, Pain & the whole crazy World Tour."

Performing 150 shows in 6 countries and 3 continents, Urban played to more than million fans. The live DVD also includes bonus footage; exclusive outtakes, in-studio footage of Urban re-recording his recent number one hit You Look Good In My Shirt, as well as exclusive photographs.

Urban will premiere his newest single, Sweet Thing on Wednesday night's CMA Awards. His first single from his as of yet untitled '09 offering, debuted this week on the chart at number 30 and was number 1 most added.

Songs on the DVD are:
1. Once In A Lifetime
2. Where The Blacktop Ends
3. Shine
4. Raining On Sunday
5. Stupid Boy
6. Used To The Pain
7. You're My Better Half
8. Making Memories Of Us
9. You'll Think Of Me
10. I Told You So
11. Days Go By
12. You Look Good In My Shirt
13. Tonight I Wanna Cry
14. Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me
15. Somebody Like You
16. Got It Right This Time (The Celebration)
17. Better Life
18. Everybody


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