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Greatest Hits 1998-2009

Greatest Hits 1998-2009

Artist: Drive-By Truckers

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Greatest Hits 1998-2009
Greatest Hits 1998-2009

Artist: Drive-By Truckers
MP3
1. The Living Bubba
2. Bulldozers and Dirt
3. Ronnie and Neil
4. Zip City
5. Let There Be Rock
6. Marry Me
7. Sink Hole
8. Carl Perkins' Cadillac
9. Outfit
10. The Righteous Path
11. Gravity's Gone (Remix)
12. Never Gonna Change
13. 3 Dimes Down
14. Lookout Mountain
15. Uncle Frank (Alternate Version)
16. A World of Hurt

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: NEW WEST RECORDS
Rel. Date: 08/02/2011
UPC: 607396619726

More Info:

2011 release, the first ever 'best of' collection from the acclaimed band led by Patterson Hood. Features songs from their eight albums including Southern Rock Opera, Decoration Day, The Dirty South, A Blessing & A Curse, and others. Compiled by Patterson Hood and featuring liner notes by Rolling Stone's David Fricke.

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