43 Songs, 2 Hours 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tim McGraw has sewn together the sum of all three of his hits compilations for this epic triptych. At 43 tracks deep, some may consider it a box set — but this one comprises nothing but the hits and offers no bonus treats save for the ones that initially came with the singular collections. But whether longtime fan or a newcomer to McGraw's ever-evolving brand of new traditional twang, you'll find a solid grip of tunes here that will have you stomping those boot heels or salting your beers with honky-tonk tears. It's all sequenced chronologically, though opening with the controversial "Indian Outlaw" may not be the most ideal way to set the tone for a man whose music has come such a long way since. "Don't Take the Girl" might have made for a better intro. A slower number built on dated soft rock production, it hints at the captivating narratives and dynamic vocal range that McGraw would build on throughout his career to birth more notables like "Let's Make Love" (with wife Faith Hill) and the deeply inspirational "Live Like You Were Dying." For those about to rock, try "Nine Lives." Def Leppard backing McGraw? You can't make country rock much harder than this.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tim McGraw has sewn together the sum of all three of his hits compilations for this epic triptych. At 43 tracks deep, some may consider it a box set — but this one comprises nothing but the hits and offers no bonus treats save for the ones that initially came with the singular collections. But whether longtime fan or a newcomer to McGraw's ever-evolving brand of new traditional twang, you'll find a solid grip of tunes here that will have you stomping those boot heels or salting your beers with honky-tonk tears. It's all sequenced chronologically, though opening with the controversial "Indian Outlaw" may not be the most ideal way to set the tone for a man whose music has come such a long way since. "Don't Take the Girl" might have made for a better intro. A slower number built on dated soft rock production, it hints at the captivating narratives and dynamic vocal range that McGraw would build on throughout his career to birth more notables like "Let's Make Love" (with wife Faith Hill) and the deeply inspirational "Live Like You Were Dying." For those about to rock, try "Nine Lives." Def Leppard backing McGraw? You can't make country rock much harder than this.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
208 Ratings

208 Ratings

ZOMBIE BUTTS ,

Easily the best of Tim

I get angry when people 1 star this because of when or why it was released, not the content. It should be rated based off of what's in the CD, not how it got on the shelves.
As for the content, it doesn't get much better than this. Almost every single released by McGraw can be found in this package--and for the most part, they are his best songs ever. All of his instant classics, heart-warming ballads, and up-beat hits grace the ears of the buyers. The newly added Greatest Hits 3 is just icing on the cake, and will do nothing but add more enjoyable music.

skidoners ,

cmon

comon all you people... tim mcgraw has had a amaZing career and this sums it up... all of these are hits and amazing songs... the price for this is unbeleiveable..... you should be more thankdul for a good artist like tim.....

BradAllredBilliards ,

43 Awsome Songs for Less than $20.00!!!!!! What a deal!!!! And...They're ALL GOOD!

If you like Tim McGraw and don't have alot of his albums yet, get it.
If you like Tim McGraw and have alot of his albums, get it.
It's all good!!!!

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