Trace Adkins leans into his classic country baritone and ropes in unexpected collaborators to create an album that reflects the varied tastes of contemporary country music fans. The Way I Wanna Go celebrates Trace's 25 years in country music with a sweeping 25-song collection that includes songs with Blake Shelton, Snoop Dogg, Melissa Etheridge, Keb' Mo' with Stevie Wonder on harmonica and Luke Bryan with Pitbull, both featured on the single "Where The Country Girls At." The song is a genre-jumping, boot-stomping banger that asks what every cowboy on the dance floor wants to know. Other songs include the tongue-in-cheek Blake Shelton collaboration "If I Was a Woman" and the bluesy West Tennessee stride "Memory to Memphis" with Keb' Mo' and Stevie Wonder on harmonica. On his own, Trace bear hugs the country tenets on which he built his career - flirty up-tempos ("Cadillac'n"), sentimental odes ("The Way I Wanna Go") and heartache songs ("I Should Let You Go" and "Heartbreak Song"). The result is a cohesive package that both hits country fans in the chest and piques the interest of the playlist crowd.
Trace Adkins leans into his classic country baritone and ropes in unexpected collaborators to create an album that reflects the varied tastes of contemporary country music fans. The Way I Wanna Go celebrates Trace's 25 years in country music with a sweeping 25-song collection that includes songs with Blake Shelton, Snoop Dogg, Melissa Etheridge, Keb' Mo' with Stevie Wonder on harmonica and Luke Bryan with Pitbull, both featured on the single "Where The Country Girls At." The song is a genre-jumping, boot-stomping banger that asks what every cowboy on the dance floor wants to know. Other songs include the tongue-in-cheek Blake Shelton collaboration "If I Was a Woman" and the bluesy West Tennessee stride "Memory to Memphis" with Keb' Mo' and Stevie Wonder on harmonica. On his own, Trace bear hugs the country tenets on which he built his career - flirty up-tempos ("Cadillac'n"), sentimental odes ("The Way I Wanna Go") and heartache songs ("I Should Let You Go" and "Heartbreak Song"). The result is a cohesive package that both hits country fans in the chest and piques the interest of the playlist crowd.
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The Way I Wanna Go: 25th Anniversary
Artist: Trace Adkins
Format: CD
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1. Where I Am Today
2. Heartbreak Song
3. Where the Country Girls at (Feat. Luke Bryan ; Pitbull)
4. Cadillac'n
5. Finding My Groove
6. Cowboy Boots and Jeans
7. Live It Lonely
8. Love Walks Through the Rain (Feat. Melissa Etheridge)
9. Honey Child
10. It's a Good Thing I Don't Drink
11. Jesus Was a Hippie
12. Memory to Memphis (Feat. Keb Mo ; Stevie Wonder on Harmonica)
13. You're Mine
14. The Way I Wanna Go
15. It All Adds Up to Us
16. If I Was a Woman (Feat. Blake Shelton)
17. Got It Down
18. Careful Girl
19. Empty Chair
20. Cowboy Up
21. Somewhere in America
22. So Do the Neighbors (Feat. Snoop Dogg)
23. I Should Let You Go
24. Low Note
25. Welcome to

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Trace Adkins leans into his classic country baritone and ropes in unexpected collaborators to create an album that reflects the varied tastes of contemporary country music fans. The Way I Wanna Go celebrates Trace's 25 years in country music with a sweeping 25-song collection that includes songs with Blake Shelton, Snoop Dogg, Melissa Etheridge, Keb' Mo' with Stevie Wonder on harmonica and Luke Bryan with Pitbull, both featured on the single "Where The Country Girls At." The song is a genre-jumping, boot-stomping banger that asks what every cowboy on the dance floor wants to know. Other songs include the tongue-in-cheek Blake Shelton collaboration "If I Was a Woman" and the bluesy West Tennessee stride "Memory to Memphis" with Keb' Mo' and Stevie Wonder on harmonica. On his own, Trace bear hugs the country tenets on which he built his career - flirty up-tempos ("Cadillac'n"), sentimental odes ("The Way I Wanna Go") and heartache songs ("I Should Let You Go" and "Heartbreak Song"). The result is a cohesive package that both hits country fans in the chest and piques the interest of the playlist crowd.