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Country - Released July 1, 2003 | RLG - BMG Heritage

There have been a few Clint Black compilations -- an initial Greatest Hits in 1996, a sequel in 2001, two identically titled Super Hits with different track listings -- prior to 2003's Ultimate Clint Black, but this is the first to take full stock of his ten-year stint at RCA Records. Appropriately, this was released at the end of that run, a few months before he released his first record on Equity, so it was perfectly timed to summarize his peak years as a popular recording artist. Does it do a good job? More or less, yes. It's a mixed blessing that it covers so much ground, since it does wind up giving a full portrait of his '90s stardom, but at the expense of his better, earlier harder country, as well as several country Top Ten singles. Nevertheless, this has the bulk of his biggest hits, from the timeless "Killin' Time" to the Steve Wariner duet "Been There," making it a satisfying retrospective from one of the best new traditionalists of the '90s. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Country - Released September 23, 1996 | RCA Records Label Nashville

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Country - Released May 4, 1989 | RCA Records Label

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Country - Released November 19, 2001 | RCA Records Label Nashville

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Country - Released July 5, 1993 | RCA Records Label Nashville

Clint Black's albums seems to alternate between the remarkable and the merely pretty good. No Time to Kill, which plays off the title of his first album, is one of the latter. All of this is acceptable, though little matches quality of the title track. Black does a duet with Wynonna Judd called "A Bad Goodbye." ~ Brian Mansfield
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Country - Released June 3, 1999 | RCA Records Label Nashville

Put Yourself in My Shoes never approaches the perfection of Clint Black's debut, but it still produced a number of singles, including "Put Yourself in My Shoes," "Loving Blind," "Where Are You Now," and "This Nightlife." ~ Brian Mansfield
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Country - Released April 9, 1997 | RCA Records Label Nashville

Nothin' But the Taillights doesn't find Clint Black stretching himself too much -- he's pretty much content to turn out workmanlike neo-traditionalist country. Black has less twang to his music than ever before, but he remains a charimatic vocalist and he's given generally sturdy songs on Nothin' But the Taillights, which makes the record worthwhile for dedicated fans. ~ Thom Owens
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Country - Released October 4, 1994 | RCA Records Label Nashville

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Country - Released July 29, 1992 | RCA Records Label Nashville

Back to form, Clint Black put some of his most exciting singles on his third album. "We Tell Ourselves" rocked without resorting to Southern boogie, and "When My Ship Comes In" contained a masterful chorus. The album also included the hit "Burn One Down." ~ Brian Mansfield
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Country - Released January 1, 2001 | RCA Records Label Nashville

Country - Released September 28, 1999 | RCA Records Label Nashville

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Clint Black also produced D'Lectrified -- his first time as producer -- and it's probably a good thing, because this is easily the most eccentric and personal recording project he has ever released. The album opens with a jazzy cover of Toy Caldwell's "Bob Away My Blues," complete with horns. The sound is very uptown and snazzy, and Black sings the hell out of the song. This track may not exactly set the mood of the album, but it sure states the mindset. Black pulls tunes from all over the ballpark: Eric Idle's "Galaxy Song," Leon Russell's "Dixie Lullaby," and a slightly revised cover of Waylon Jennings' "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way" (titled "Are You Sure Waylon Done It This Way"). Black also wrote/co-wrote several songs, including "Hand in the Fire" and "Been There." His wife, Lisa Hartman-Black, sings with him on "When I Said I Do," and she's believable. He also includes rearranged versions of his hit singles "Burn One Down" and "No Time to Kill." Guest players include Jennings, Bruce Hornsby, Jerry Douglas, Stuart Duncan, and Steve Wariner. Amid the welter of ideas, players, and influences at work here, Black's singing shines through. When it's all said and done, D'lectrified is a pretty wonderful album, easily the most musical record Black has ever done. ~ Philip Van Vleck
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Country - Released November 1, 2019 | Blacktop Records

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Country - Released November 8, 2019 | Blacktop Records

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Country - Released November 1, 2019 | Blacktop Records