Various Artists NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 12

NOW That's What I Call Country, Vol. 12

Various Artists

Released on March 29, 2019 by NOW Country 12

Main artist: Various Artists

Genre: Country

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A notable thing about Now That's What I Call Country Volume 12 is that the 2019 compilation emphasizes female artists more than country radio does in 2019. Granted, they represent just a fraction of the songs on the compilation: just three of the 18, one of which -- Pistol Annies' "Best Years of My Life" -- didn't make Billboard's country charts at all. Neither of the other two were big hits -- Kacey Musgraves may have raked in Grammys, but she wasn't much of a presence on country radio -- but perhaps it's an accurate representation of the state of country music in the first part of 2019. Set aside such big-picture concerns, and this NOW delivers upon its promise of capturing its era through a few big smashes, moderate hits, and emphasis tracks. Among the highlights are Midland's "Burn Out," Jon Pardi's "Night Shift," Dierks Bentley's "Burning Man," and Luke Combs' "She Got the Best of Me." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Album : 1 disk - 18 tracks Total length : 00:59:28

  1. 1 Space Cowboy

  2. 2 What Makes You Country

  3. 3 She Got The Best Of Me

  4. 4 Lose It

  5. 5 Never Comin Down

  6. 6 Love Wins

  7. 7 Neon Church

  8. 8 Best Years of My Life

  9. 9 Hotel Key

  10. 10 Burning Man

  11. 11 Take It From Me

  12. 12 Blue Tacoma

  13. 13 Sixteen

  14. 14 Hangin' On

  15. 15 Good Girl

  16. 16 Night Shift

  17. 17 This Is It

  18. 18 Burn Out

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  • A notable thing about Now That's What I Call Country Volume 12 is that the 2019 compilation emphasizes female artists more than country radio does in 2019. Granted, they represent just a fraction of the songs on the compilation: just three of the 18, one of which -- Pistol Annies' "Best Years of My Life" -- didn't make Billboard's country charts at all. Neither of the other two were big hits -- Kacey Musgraves may have raked in Grammys, but she wasn't much of a presence on country radio -- but perhaps it's an accurate representation of the state of country music in the first part of 2019. Set aside such big-picture concerns, and this NOW delivers upon its promise of capturing its era through a few big smashes, moderate hits, and emphasis tracks. Among the highlights are Midland's "Burn Out," Jon Pardi's "Night Shift," Dierks Bentley's "Burning Man," and Luke Combs' "She Got the Best of Me." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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