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The Outsiders  - The Best Of album download
Performer: The Outsiders
Title: The Best Of
Country: US
Genre: Rock / Pop
Style:Garage Rock
Released: 1986
MP3 album szie: 1673 mb
FLAC album size: 1308 mb

This category contains albums by The Outsiders. Pages in category "The Outsiders (American band) albums". The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

The Outsiders is the fourth studio album by American country music artist Eric Church. It was released on February 11, 2014, via EMI Nashville. Like all of his previous albums, it is produced by Jay Joyce. It was before the release that Church received media attention for saying "I think genres are dead. Two singles were released prior to the album's release: the title track and "Give Me Back My Hometown"

The Outsiders (Needtobreathe album). The Outsiders is the third album from the American rock band Needtobreathe, released August 25, 2009 through Atlantic Records. It debuted at No. 20 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 21,000 copies in its first week. The album was recorded from the end of 2008 through April 2009. The Outsiders was co-produced by the band along with Jim Scott, John Alagía, and Rick Beato, who produced portions of their previous album, The Heat.

Their super-raw debut album, a few songs of which were recorded live. Some of this is too melodically primitive and clumsy to survive the ages, but tracks like "Filthy Rich," "Won't You Listen," and "If You Don't Treat Me Right" are comparable to little else of the era with their savage, Pretty Things-on-speed mood and hyper-fast tempos. The CD reissue adds several bonus tracks.

The Outsiders" also logs the biggest week for a country album since Luke Bryan's "Crash My Party" debuted at No. 1 with 528,000 on the chart dated Aug. 31, 2013. Church's new set is the only new arrival on the top 10 of the Billboard 200 this week. The next-highest debut belongs to The Glitch Mob's second album, "Love Death Immortality," at No. 13 with 22,000.

Healing is often times a long and difficult journey. Ponyboy is struggling to deal with Johnny's death. His situation is constantly made worse and seems hopeless until he meets the one person who can save him and heal the rest of the gang.

With The Outsiders, Church splits the difference between contemporary country’s biggest trends: new-school storytelling (Kacey Musgraves, Ashley Monroe) and check-cashing bro-country (Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan). And why not? His success raises the bar of the possible in an overcautious industry. The album closes with The Joint, which brilliantly conflates two subgenres: the stoner song and the burn-shit-down song. Despite the title and the skunky jazz vibe, it’s not actually about weed. But that just makes its sly tale of a doomed honky-tonk more potent.


A1 Time Won't Let Me
A2 Respectable
A3 I'm Not Trying To Hurt You
A4 I'll Give You Time (To Think It Over)
A5 Gotta Leave Us Alone
A6 Was It Really Real
A7 Help Me Girl
B1 Girl In Love
B2 Good Lovin'
B3 What Makes You So Bad, You Weren't Brought Up That Way
B4 I'll See You In The Summertime
B5 Little Bit Of Lovin'
B6 We Ain't Gonna Make It
B7 Lost In My World

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 081227013240

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RNLP 70132 The Outsiders The Best Of ‎(LP, Comp) Rhino Records RNLP 70132 US 1986