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Totally Country is the best selling and most popular Country compilation series ever has scanned over 2.7 million since its first release. This CD brings you and incredible lineup of today's hottest Country starts and their biggest hits, is a ham packed with your favorite chart toping Country smashes.

1. Who You'd Be Today- Kenny Chesney
2. The World- Brad Paisley
3. Don't Forget To Remember Me-Carrie Underwood
4. California Girls -Gretchen Wilson .
5. Every Time I Hear Your Name-Keith Anderson
6. Mountains-Lonestar
7. Rose Garden- Martina McBride
8. Something To Be Proud Of -Montgomery Gentry
9. Last Day Of My Life- Phil Vassar
10. Leave The Pieces-The Wreckers
11. Nobody But Me-Blake Shelton
12. Sunshine & Summertime-Faith Hill
13. 8th Of November-Big & Rich
14. Something More-Sugarland
15. She Let Herself Go- George Strait
16. Life Ain't Always Beautiful-Gary Allan
17. Must Be Doin Something Right-Billy Curringto

Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 30, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bmg Marketing
  • ASIN: B000LP5FHC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #190,645 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rodney L. Beckett on December 30, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I've made a dedication to myself to collect each and every single totally country album. It was vol. 3 that got me started. All the beforeward and afterward records seemed pretty good. But this once was purchased by me by the skin of its teeth. Where's Rascle Flatts? Where's Eric Church? Where's Trent Tomilson?

The only songs to me that really made me think about buying it would have to be "8th of November" from Big & Rich, "Mountains" from Lonestar, and "Last Day of My Life" from Phil Vassar. The rest of the songs were either horrible or not very good.

Seriously, "Don't Forget to Remember Me" from Carrie Underwood is all played out! I mean, back when it was on the charts, that damn songs was coming on the radio all the time! If they could have put "Jesus Take the Wheel" on there instead then I would have been happy.

Faith Hill "Sunshine and Summertime" is exactly the same way. If she could put a little less effort into making it bright and upbeat, then maybe it would be a decent song.

We all know Gary Allan felt his wife's suicide when he recorded the song "Life Ain't Always Beautiful". I mean seriously, if you hear the song a little too much, you'll go into a deep depression that will last years!

For the most part, these songs come on the radio too often. The other totally country albums included some monster hits along with other songs that never made it too far, which is a good mix. But most of this CD is just worn out radio tunes. It's not worth the 14.99 I had to pay for at Wal-mart, but the only reason I got it is because I wanted to have the entire set.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Plastic Salmon on February 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Once again a collection of recent country hits under the title of "Totally Country" arrives on the music store shelves; to provide a sampling of today's modern selection of country fare. These songs were on the country music charts in 2005 and/or 2006. In general, many of these are modern-style, mid-tempo tunes dealing with contemporary issues of daily life, with a few slower, and some faster tracks included in the package.

Country newcomer and American Idol winner Carrie Underwood presents "Don't Forget To Remember Me", a sentimental pop country hit, about a young woman who has moved out to her own place. It first depicts her mother telling her to remember her, then the daughter asking her mother and then God to remember her during this life transition.Two fast-paced, upbeat hits by female singers include "Sunshine & Summertime" by Faith Hill, a pop tinged song about summer fun, and Gretchen Wilson's "California Girls", a semi-traditional yet semi-pop hit featuring fiddle and guitar (not to be confused with an older song of the same title by a different artist). In moving the focus from play to work, Sugarland performs "Something More", a bouncy pop/country hit describing a career woman who desires more from life than just her tiresome, stressful job.

Life (or love) is not always ideal as illustrated in several of the songs in this collection such as "Life Ain't Always Beautiful" by Gary Allan, a slow, soft ballad about the downsides in an otherwise beautiful ride; Lonestar's "Mountains" about conquering challenges in one's life; and "I Never Promised You A Rose Garden" by Martina McBride, a remake of Lynn Anderson's 1970s hit about love's imperfections.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Marc A. Baldwin on December 9, 2007
Format: Audio CD
... then buy this CD. I like country but I'm not country crazy. So I wanted to buy some music but had no idea about any of the artists' music except what I was hearing on the radio. This was a pretty good solution to my problem. You get the best of the country songs that they play on the radio instead of buying a particular artist's CD with only one song that you know. You really can't go wrong with these mix CDs.
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When a song is really good, you might buy the whole album. But not usually. That's how I am. This CD is full of really great songs that I didn't need to buy the artist's whole CD to enjoy it. It is a great mix of popular artists with their really good songs.
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I like the Country music on the CD. Additional comments beyond this is considered unnecessary fluff in my humble opinion. Have a nice day.
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By J. D. Chase on September 26, 2007
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Throughly enjoyed this CD. All are popular songs and I am looking forward to purchasing the first 5 Totally Country CD's.
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