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Wallen shares three new tracks

Friday, January 29, 2021 – Morgan Wallen today released three new songs today for his sophomore LP - "Dangerous: The Double Album."

Two of the songs were bonus tracks that had been exclusive to Target, while the third was an acoustic live version of "Sand on My Boots," the leadoff track to the now 33-song release.

"Ran outta patience," Wallen said on Instagram. "2 more new ones at 11 CST."

The tracks are:
1. "This Side Of A Dust Cloud" (Morgan Wallen, Matt Dragstrem, Chase McGill, Josh Thompson)
2. "Bandaid On A Bullet Hole" (Morgan Wallen, Jacob Durrett, Ashley Gorley)*
3. "Sand In My Boots (The Dangerous Sessions)" (Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy, Josh Osborne)

Joey Moi produced the three songs, while Jacob Durrett produced "Bandaid On A Bullet Hole."

This week, Wallen remained atop the Billboard 200 Albums chart for a second consecutive week, becoming the first country act to do so since 2015.


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CD review - Dangerous: The Double Album The buzz in the industry is that Morgan Wallen is primed to be the next big country music superstar. If prognosticators are correct with this prediction, the man fully deserves all the recognition. Proof positive is his "Dangerous: The Double Album," which is a humongous 30 songs long! It's a two-CD set. Not like a double album from back in the LP era, but a double full-length CD effort. Therefore, if you want to take a deep dive with this one, make sure you have plenty of air in your scuba tank. ...
CD review - If I Know Me "Like a lot of people my age, I didn't necessarily grow up listening to country music...I grew up living it." It's a little unsettling thought from the 24-year old Morgan Wallen. You wouldn't want to hear from your doctor that they substituted book learning for feel. But music may well be different, and Wallen does have some legitimate country cred - he hails not far from the Tennessee Cumberland Gap and went to Kenny Chesney's high school (What an alumni party that would be!). ...


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