Tracklist For Gary Allan’s New Album, Get Off On The Pain
We just received an Advance for Gary Allan’s upcoming (eighth) studio album, Get Off On The Pain, which is rumored to have a
February March 2010 release. The disc features 10 songs (tentatively, as is always the case with pre-issue tracklists), including Allan’s current single “Today.” CMT is reporting that Allan wrote or co-wrote five of the tracks. The title cut was chosen as the name for Allan’s 2009 tour.
After a handful of initial listens, my early read is that this is a significant return to form for Allan after 2007′s disappointing Living Hard. More details and a review to come as we approach release date.
Gary Allan – Get Off On The Pain Tracklist:
1. “Get Off On The Pain”
2. “I Think I’ve Had Enough”
4. “That Ain’t Gonna Fly”
5. “Kiss Me When I’m Down”
6. “We Fly By Night”
7. “When You Give Yourself Away”
8. “Along The Way”
9. “She Gets Me”
10. “No Regrets”
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