Keith moves up release date
Friday, September 21, 2012
– Toby Keith is no longer releasing his new CD on Nov. 13. That's because "Hope on the Rocks' got moved up to Oct 30.
No reason was given for the decision.
The release will come in regular and deluxe editions. The first single from the disc, I Like Girls That Drink Beer, is 23 on the charts this week.
Songs on the disc are:
1. Hope On The Rocks
2. The Size I Wear
3. Scat Cat
4. I Like Girls That Drink Beer
5. Get Got
6. Haven't Had A Drink All Day
7. Haven't Seen The Last of You
8. Cold Beer Country
9. Missed You Just Right
10. You Ain't Alone
Bonus Tracks (only on Deluxe Edition):
11. Red Solo Cup - Johnny Mac Remix
12. Beers Ago - Jason Nevins Remix
13. Whiskey Girl (Live)
14. Get Out Of My Car (Live)
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