Growin' Up - Luke Combs

Growin' Up

Luke Combs

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2022-06-24
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12
  • ℗ 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

Growin' Up ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
Doin' This Luke Combs 4:14
2
Any Given Friday Night Luke Combs 3:13
3
The Kind of Love We Make Luke Combs 3:44
4
On the Other Line Luke Combs 2:55
5
Outrunnin' Your Memory Luke Combs & Miranda Lambert 4:14
6
Used To Wish I Was Luke Combs 2:58
7
Better Back When Luke Combs 3:23
8
Tomorrow Me Luke Combs 3:28
9
Ain't Far From It Luke Combs 3:37
10
Call Me Luke Combs 3:20
11
Middle of Somewhere Luke Combs 3:20
12
Going, Going, Gone Luke Combs 2:57

Reviews

  • Getting stale

    2
    By doggz109
    I love Combs and the first two albums were amazing but this all sounds the same and heavily produced. There is nothing original here which is a real shame.
  • ASU

    5
    By Agarcher
    Luke Combs and Morgan Wallen, are my go-to for todays country music, now if (I) can find a few females that (I) feel have the same standard like Martina Mcbride...Although, I did just discover Laney Wilson. She's pretty awesome.
  • Amazing

    5
    By hhleann
    Absolutely obsessed with this song.
  • Ugh

    1
    By cornbiscuits
    Fifteen minutes is ticking bro
  • Love it!!!

    5
    By Izzy_1228
    It all sounds good!! It's Luke Combs you like it all or not!! I love all the songs and I don't think some sounds similar. Its all different you just got to listen to the words!!
  • Flip flopper

    1
    By Nick2002
    He bows to political correctness and sells out. I change the channel every time his song is on.
  • Love

    5
    By SonOfHardin
    Can’t wait to see Luke in concert soon!
  • Awesome Album

    5
    By mbeach285
    Love
  • B16

    5
    By Vizio customer(not anymore)
    Amazing music
  • Dissapointing

    2
    By whycocoman
    Maybe Sony is pushing too hard but something bad is happening with Luke. Too much too soon. Most of the cuts are dull with no soul...just kind of mouthing the poor lyrics. He can do better. The production is uninteresting and sounds closer to to Nashville formula. Except for a couple of good cuts, it sounded like it was "hurry up, we need to get this out there."