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Monday, August 16, 2010 – Toby Keith's 15th full-length studio album, "Bullets In The Gun," will also be available in a deluxe edition on its Oct. 5 release, adding 4 live tracks to the standard album.

Recorded during his "Incognito Bandito" show at The Fillmore in Manhattan this summer, the four songs feature Keith on lead vocals backed by an A-list band of session players assembled exclusively for the rare club performance. Johnny Paycheck's 11 Months And 29 Days, Waylon Jennings' I've Been A Long Time Leaving (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone), Roger Miller's Chug-A-Lug and Gordon Lightfoot's Sundown are the additions.

Keith produced the album, joined by Mills Logan and Kenny Greenberg for the live session. He also wrote or co-wrote all 10 new songs, 6 with Bobby Pinson, 1 with Scotty Emerick and Dean Dillon and the title track with Rivers Rutherford. Keith also wrote two songs by himself, including the lead single Trailerhood,

Songs on the CD are:

1. Bullets In The Gun

2. Somewhere Else

3. Trailerhood

4. In A Couple Of Days

5. Think About You All Of The Time

6. Kissin' In The Rain

7. Drive It On Home

8. Ain't Breakin' Nothin'

9. Is That All You Got

10. Get Out Of My Car Deluxe

Edition tracks:

11. 11 Months And 29 Days

12. I've Been A Long Time Leaving (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone)

13. Chug-A-Lug

14. Sundown

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