Starting Over - Chris Stapleton

Starting Over

Chris Stapleton

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2020-11-13
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14
  • A Mercury Nashville Release; ℗ 2020 Sound Records, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc.

Starting Over ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Starting Over Chris Stapleton 4:00
Devil Always Made Me Think Twi Chris Stapleton 3:51
Cold Chris Stapleton 5:09
When I'm with You Chris Stapleton 3:43
Arkansas Chris Stapleton 2:58
Joy of My Life Chris Stapleton 4:34
Hillbilly Blood Chris Stapleton 4:05
Maggie's Song Chris Stapleton 3:31
Whiskey Sunrise Chris Stapleton 3:22
Worry B Gone Chris Stapleton 3:15
Old Friends Chris Stapleton 4:01
Watch You Burn Chris Stapleton 4:03
You Should Probably Leave Chris Stapleton 3:33
Nashville, TN Chris Stapleton 3:35


  • Review

    By Iresh95k
  • This guy’s music is wonderful

    By Deathmerits28
    We live in an age where country music has gone very downhill, gradually reduced to two options: the slick, polished country pop of Carrie Underwood (who I dislike less and less the more I hear her but nonetheless isn’t very country), Blake Shelton, Faith Hill, Gabby Barrett, Sam Hunt, etc.; or the mentally challenged, singleminded bro country of Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Chris Young, etc. (how many times are you gonna praise ice cold beers, Chevys and girls in taiht geens?). Then you have Chris Stapleton, a man who has huge amounts of real country in his music, blended with blues and southern rock for good measure. And a voice that isn’t hokey country voice with hokey accent, but a soulful one that can belt it out and softly croon all at once. The lyrics he writes are introspective—sometimes funny and sometimes sad, sometimes positive and sometimes negative—and also have highwayman tendencies in the vein of past country stars; you won’t catch Chris Stapleton singing about tight jeans and being psychotically obsessed with cold beers. His material is firmly rooted in older country whose lyrical range was bigger and more meaningful, as well as tougher. You Should Probably Leave sounds like it belongs to the 20th Century, not the 21st. Same goes for most of his stuff, and that’s a good thing. Stapleton stands out and rejuvenates country with his traditionalist approach, and he is easily the best country artist in the big leagues right now. He obviously knows and reveres the old music and the others, especially the gross bro country champs, should take the time to learn all about it and submit to it. Stapleton’s albums are great and so is he, he’s one of an almost nonexistent few who are keeping country alive and well. This metalhead who rather likes some old country can get behind that quite happily.
  • Run Maggie Run

    By Louisiana Funroe
    Chris Stapleton's voice touches the heart and stays with you. Louisiana Funrow
  • You Should Probably Leave

    By Tumbleweed92632
    Sam Cooke with a backbeat bass. great!
  • Ugh

    By lcyjade
    I hate it when someone who I love goes woke. Can’t relate. Can’t support. Gotdammit Chris
  • Greatest Singer!!!

    By Arthurod13
    This is by far Chris Stapleton’s best album and it is totally worth it.
  • Over rated

    By meeeeeeeeeeeeee😀😃😄😁😆😂
    He sounds like he has Cotton in his mouth. But nice songs.
  • Every song sounds the same

    By ronanhc1989
    Boring and no growth
  • Great album

    By I Review Some Apps
    All songs are great with songs ranging from sad and get you in the feels songs to great songs to listen to with friends and sit back and enjoy, he is such a inspiring artist and can’t wait to see what other great things he has to show off with his amazing talents!
  • Decent album

    By genxhunter
    Good songs but not as good as the Traveller album in my opinion. Still worth a listen. Love his music.