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Keith Urban's fourth album, Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing, was released days after he entered a treatment center to treat his alcoholism. The album debuted in the top spot in the Billboard country charts, scored four hit singles, and eventually went double platinum. What's so remarkable about this is that Urban's rehabilitation regimen didn't allow him to tour for months after the disc's release, a move that could've hurt sales. Defying Gravity is his fifth studio release, and in many ways it simultaneously builds on its predecessor while standing apart from it completely. Certainly, there are similarities in sound and approach: Urban once again worked with Dan Huff to co-produce the set, and his signature manner of layering everything from strings and drum machines to banjos, pedal steel, crisp drums, and taut, sheeny electric guitars is a sound that belongs to him alone.
Defying Gravity is the sixth studio album by Australian country music artist Keith Urban. The album produced five singles, released between 2008 and 2010 respectively. The album sold 171,000 copies during its first week of release. On 2 December 2009, the album was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Country Album, but lost to Taylor Swift's Fearless.
Defying Gravity (Keith Urban album). album by Keith Urban. Defying Gravity is the fifth studio album by New Zealand-born Australian country music singer Keith Urban. It was released on March 31, 2009. The producers of the album was Dan Huff and Keith Urban. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200, peaked on the . Billboard Top Country Albums and also peaked on the Canadian Top Country Albums
Prior to this album, Urban recorded a self-titled album in Australia in 1991 and another in the US as a member of the short-lived band The Ranch. The title Defying Gravity comes from the lyrics of "If Ever I Could Love" ("Your heart and mine tonight are defying gravity"), a phrase that Urban said "really defined the joyous, optimistic and uplifting spirit that seemed to show itself while making the album. The track "I'm In" was previously recorded by Radney Foster (as a duet with Abra Moore) on his 1998 album See What You Want to See and later by The Kinleys in 2000 from their album II.
Keith Urban – Defying Gravity. 9. Why's It Feel So Long. Written-By – Keith Urban.
|1||Kiss A Girl||3:46|
|2||If Ever I Could Love||5:01|
|4||'Til Summer Comes Around||5:31|
|5||My Heart Is Open||5:30|
|6||Hit The Ground Runnin'||3:24|
|7||Only You Can Love Me This Way||4:07|
|8||Standing Right In Front Of You||4:01|
|9||Why's It Feel So Long
Producer – Keith Urban
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