I Want My Money Back

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I Want My Money Back
Studio album by Sammy Kershaw
Released March 25, 2003 (2003-03-25)
Genre Country
Length 39:07
Label Audium/Koch
Producer Richard Landis
Sammy Kershaw chronology
The Hits Chapter 2
(2001)
I Want My Money Back
(2003)
Honky Tonk Boots
(2006)

I Want My Money Back is an album released in 2003 by American country music artist Sammy Kershaw. His first album for Audium/Koch Entertainment, it produced two singles on the Billboard country charts: the title track at #33 and "I've Never Been Anywhere" at #58.

Two songs on this album were recorded by two other artists each. "Beer, Bait and Ammo" was originally recorded by Kevin Fowler on his 2000 album of the same name, and later by Mark Chesnutt on his 2005 album Savin' the Honky Tonk. "Metropolis" was later recorded by Anthony Smith on his 2003 album If That Ain't Country, and by Trace Adkins on his 2005 album Songs About Me.

Giving it four-and-a-half stars out of five, Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic called it "one of his most satisfying efforts."[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Want My Money Back" (Dave Berg, Annie Tate, Sam Tate) – 3:14
  2. "Miss What's Her Name" (Jason Campbell, Greg Hanna) – 3:18
  3. "Metropolis" (Anthony Smith, Chris Wallin) – 3:31
  4. "Sunday Morning on Bourbon Street" (Ward Davis, Dan Murph) – 3:56
  5. "Stitches" (Smith) – 3:43
  6. "Beer, Bait and Ammo" (Kevin Fowler) – 3:57
  7. "28/83 (She Ain't in It for the Love)" (Casey Beathard, Billy Currington, Carson Chamberlain) – 2:50
  8. "Gone for Good Goodbye" (Hugh Prestwood) – 3:48
  9. "I've Never Been Anywhere" (Dean Dillon, Jim Collins) – 3:39
  10. "The Paper Heart" (Nelson Blanchard, Scott Innes, Claude Parrish) – 3:07
  11. "Are You Having Fun Yet?" (Dave Brainard, Jason Campbell, Lonnie Williams) – 3:56

Personnel[edit]

As listed in liner notes.[2]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 39
U.S. Billboard Independent Albums 27

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "I Want My Money Back review". Allmusic. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  2. ^ I Want My Money Back (Media notes). Sammy Kershaw. Audium/Koch Records. 2003. Aud-CD-8167.