Curb Records has set January 24 as the release date of Tim McGraw’s latest and long-awaited album, "Emotional Traffic."
McGraw again collaborated with Bryon Gallimore, his longtime producer who has helped McGraw record 32 No. 1 singles and sell 44 million units of music.
The new 12-track set contains McGraw’s latest No. 1 single, "Felt Good On My Lips," already certified digital gold.
His current single, "Better Than I Used To Be," is now climbing the charts.
The track listing for Emotional Traffic is as follows:
2. Right Back Actha Babe
3. One Part, Two Part
4. I Will Not Fall Down
5. The One
6. Better Than I Used To Be
7. Touchdown Jesus
8. The One That Got Away
9. Felt Good On My Lips
10. Hey Now
11. Only Human
12. Die By My Own Hand
This will be McGraw's last album with Curb Records. On May 13, 2011, Curb Records filed a breach-of-contract suit against McGraw, alleging that McGraw recorded tracks for the album too early prior to its delivery to the label. Several days later, McGraw filed a counter suit against the label seeking advance payment and recording-fund reimbursement, unspecified damages, and a jury trial. In November 2011, a judge granted McGraw permission to record music for another label, ending his relationship with Curb Records that began in 1990.
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