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Shelton gets "Loaded" with greatest hits

Tuesday, October 5, 2010 – Blake Shelton has been busy. After releasing two EPs this year, Shelton will offer "Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton" Nov. 9. The 15-song set contains no new songs, although his 7 number 1 songs are on the CD, including his newest single Who Are You When I'm Not Looking..

""I love the name of this release because I get to tell everyone, 'Come on and get loaded,'" said Shelton, who soon will join the Grand Ole Opry. "This release pretty much sums up all the hard work from the past 10 years, and it's literally loaded with all the music that I've worked on and I'm incredibly proud of. I hope fans are excited about this as much as I am; I want everyone to get loaded ...with my album of course."

The CD will be available for pre-order beginning October 5 at Shelton's web site, http://www.BlakeShelton.com. Included in each pre-order bundle are audio downloads of Home -Shelton and Michael Buble and She Wouldn't Be Gone (courtesy of CMT) as well as a video of She Don't Love Me Anymore (courtesy of CMT).

The pre-order package options include:

Package 1: $16.99 Includes an autographed CD and 3 exclusive immediate video and audio downloads

Package 2: $31.99 Includes an autographed CD, 3 exclusive immediate video and audio downloads, and "Blake Shelton LIVE: It's All About Tonight DVD Concert"

Package 3: $59.99 Includes an autographed CD, 3 exclusive immediate video and audio downloads, "Blake Shelton LIVE: It's All About Tonight DVD Concert" and a pullover hoodie sweatshirt

Songs are:
1. Austin - Blake Shelton
2. Ol' Red - Blake Shelton
3. The Baby - The Dreamer
4. Playboys of The Southwestern World - The Dreamer
5. Some Beach - from Blake Shelton's Barn and Grill
6. Goodbye Time - Blake Shelton's Barn and Grill
7. Nobody But Me - Blake Shelton's Barn and Grill
8. Don't Make Me - PURE BS
9. The More I Drink - PURE BS
10. Home - MORE PURE BS
11. She Wouldn't be Gone - Startin' Fires
12. Hillbilly Bone (featuring Trace Adkins) - Hillbilly Bone
13. Kiss My Country Ass - Hillbilly Bone
14. All About Tonight - All About Tonight
15. Who Are You When I'm Not Looking - All About Tonight

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