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Brooks, Target plan boxed set

Thursday, September 15, 2016 – Garth Brooks and Target announced today they are collaborating to release an exclusive 10-disc boxed set, "Garth Brooks: The Ultimate Collection," on Nov. 11.

The boxed set will include an exclusive version of the new album, featuring Target bonus tracks, and nine discs of curated music from his catalog, remastered in thematic playlists and featuring a selection of previously unreleased songs.

Exact songs on the release will be announced at a later date.

"Target has always been a friend to artists and their music. I can't begin to describe how excited I am to be partnering with them," said Brooks. "This holiday season is going to be amazing with a new album, plus a boxed set with never-before-released music from the vault and music you can't hear or get anywhere else."

Brooks currently is on a three-year world tour.


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