Keith Urban discography

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Keith Urban discography
Releases
Studio albums 8
Compilation albums 3
Singles 34
Music videos 28
Other charted songs 4
No. 1 Singles 17

The discography of Keith Urban, a New Zealand-born Australian country music artist, consists of eight studio albums, three greatest hits albums, and 33 singles. He began his career in 1991 with the release of his self-titled debut on EMI/Capitol Records in Australia. After an American album in 1997 as a member The Ranch, he embarked on a solo career there as well, subsequently releasing five more studio albums. His highest-certified album in the US is 2004's Be Here, which is four-times-platinum.

Of his 34 solo singles, 27 were released to US and Canadian radio. He has scored 17 #1 singles in the US, including his guest appearance on Brad Paisley's single "Start a Band". "Once in a Lifetime" is his highest-debuting single on the US Hot Country Songs chart, entering at #17. "You'll Think of Me" and "Making Memories of Us" were also hits on the Adult Contemporary chart, at #2 and #5, respectively.

Studio albums[edit]

1990s albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US Country
[1]
US
[2]
CAN Country
[3]
AUS
[4]
Keith Urban[5]
  • Release date: 1991
  • Label: EMI
98
Keith Urban in The Ranch[A] 34
Keith Urban
  • Release date: 19 October 1999
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
17 145 27 90
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

2000s albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US Country
[1]
US
[2]
CAN
[7]
AUS
[4]
UK
[8]
GER
[9]
AUT
[10]
SWI
[11]
Golden Road
  • Release date: 8 October 2002
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
2 11 29
Be Here
  • Release date: 21 September 2004
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
1 3 8 11
  • RIAA: 4× Platinum[6]
  • ARIA: 3× Platinum[14]
  • MC: 2× Platinum[15]
Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing
  • Release date: 7 November 2006
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
1 3 2 5 73 32 23 52
  • RIAA: Platinum[6]
  • ARIA: Platinum[14]
  • MC: Platinum[16]
Defying Gravity
  • Release date: 31 March 2009
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
1 1 4 3
  • RIAA: Platinum[6]
  • ARIA: Platinum[17]
  • MC: Platinum[18]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

2010s albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US Country
[1]
US
[2]
CAN
[7]
AUS
[4]
Get Closer
  • Release date: 16 November 2010
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
2 7 8 11
Fuse[22]
  • Release date: 10 September 2013
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
1 1 1 1

Compilation albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US Country
[1]
US
[2]
CAN
[7]
AUS Country AUS
[4]
UK
[8]
GER
[9]
IRE
[26]
Days Go By
  • Release date: 30 May 2005
  • Label: EMI
40 58 7
Greatest Hits: 18 Kids[B]
  • Release date: 20 November 2007
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
4 11 10 2 7
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[27]
  • MC: Platinum[28]
iTunes Originals
  • Release date: 21 July 2009
  • Label: Capitol Nashville
23 153
The Story So Far
  • Release date: 11 May 2012
  • Label: EMI Australia
1 1
  • ARIA: Platinum[27]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Singles[edit]

1990s[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Country

[29]
US
Bubbling

[30]
CAN
Country

[31]
"Only You"[C] 1990 Keith Urban
(1991)
"I Never Work on a Sunday"[C]
"Arms of Mary"[C] 1991
"The River"[C]
"It's a Love Thing" 1999 18 5 25 Keith Urban (1999)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

2000s[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
Country

[29]
US
[32]
US AC
[33]
US Adult
[34]
US
Pop

[35]
AUS
[36]
CAN
[37]
GER
[38]
NL
[39]
UK
[40]
"Your Everything"[D] 2000 4 51 Keith Urban (1999)
"But for the Grace of God" 1 37
"Where the Blacktop Ends" 2001 3 35
"Somebody Like You" 2002 1 23 3 42 Golden Road
"Raining on Sunday" 2003 3 38 79
"Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me" 1 30
"You'll Think of Me"[E] 2004 1 24 2 6 38 88
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
"Days Go By" 1 31 56 99
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
Be Here
"You're My Better Half" 2 33 34
"Making Memories of Us" 2005 1 34 5 22 54
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
"Better Life" 1 44
"Tonight I Wanna Cry"[F] 2 36 72
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
"These Are the Days"[C] 2006
"Once in a Lifetime" 6 31 26 18 66 194 Love, Pain & the
Whole Crazy Thing
"Stupid Boy" 2007 3 43
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
"I Told You So" 2 48 56
"Everybody" 5 64 71
"Used to the Pain"[G]
"You Look Good in My Shirt"[H] 2008 1 44 54 Greatest Hits: 19 Kids
"Sweet Thing" 1 30 96 45
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
Defying Gravity
"Kiss a Girl" 2009 3 16 11 40 87 34
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
"Only You Can Love Me This Way" 1 34 49
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
"'Til Summer Comes Around" 3 58 74
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

2010s[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
Country

[29]
US
Country
Airplay
US
[32]
AUS
[36]
CAN
Country

[42]
CAN
[37]
"I'm In" 2010 2 60 63 Defying Gravity
"Put You in a Song" 2 53 49 Get Closer
"Without You" 2011 1 52 39 69
"Long Hot Summer"[I] 1 45 82 35
"You Gonna Fly" 1 54 66
"For You" 2012 6 55 84
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
Act of Valor: The Album
"Little Bit of Everything" 2013 6 1 33 40 1 35 Fuse
"Shame"[J] 35
"We Were Us" (with Miranda Lambert) 1 1 26 2 25
"Cop Car" 2014 4 8 41 5 38
  • RIAA: Gold[6]
"Somewhere in My Car" 3 1 49 4 32
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Featured singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Country

[44]
US
[45]
US AC
[46]
AUS
[4][36]
CAN
[47]
UK
[48]
"America the Beautiful"
(with various artists)
2001 58 N/A
"The Twelfth of Never"[C]
(with Dolly Parton)
2005 Those Were the Days
"Funky Tonight"[C]
(with The John Butler Trio)
2007 11 N/A
"In God's Hands"[K]
(with Nelly Furtado)
2008 15 66 11 N/A
"Start a Band"
(with Brad Paisley)
1 55 51 Play
"Blue Sky"
(with Emily West)
2010 38 104 97 N/A
"Lean on Me"
(with Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock)
47 11 142 Hope for Haiti Now
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Country

[29]
US
[32]
AUS
[49]
CAN
[37]
"You Look Good in My Shirt"[H] 2004 60 Golden Road
"Live to Love Another Day" 2005 48 Be Here
"Hit the Ground Runnin'" 2009 110 Defying Gravity
"If Ever I Could Love" 116
"All for You" 2012 91 Get Closer
"Even the Stars Fall 4 U" 2013 49 98 Fuse
"Good Thing" 2014 50
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other appearances[edit]

Title Year Artist Album
"Some Days You Gotta Dance" 1999 Dixie Chicks Fly
"If You Try to Save This Marriage Again" Tim Wilson Gettin' My Mind Right[50]
"Ride" 2001 Sons of the Desert Change
"Sunburned Country" 2002 Olivia Newton-John 2
"Die of a Broken Heart" 2004 Carolyn Dawn Johnson Dress Rehearsal
"Leavin'" Paul Brandt This Time Around
"When You're Gone" Richard Marx My Own Best Enemy
"One Thing Left"
"The Weight of Love" 2005 LeAnn Rimes This Woman
"Gitarzan" 2007 Cledus T. Judd
(with Heidi Newfield)
Boogity, Boogity – A Tribute to the Comedic Genius of Ray Stevens
"Let the Wind Chase You" Trisha Yearwood Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love
"Tryin' to Find a Reason" Martina McBride Waking Up Laughing
"The Bees" 2008 Lee Ann Womack Call Me Crazy
"The Water Is Wide" Rhonda Vincent Good Thing Going
"Imagine That" 2012 Don Williams And So It Goes
"Highway Don't Care" 2013 Tim McGraw
(with Taylor Swift)
Two Lanes of Freedom
"Almost Saturday Night" John Fogerty Wrote a Song for Everyone
"One Day Away" Buddy Guy Rhythm & Blues
"She's Like" 2014 Colt Ford Thanks for Listening

Videography[edit]

Video albums[edit]

Title Year US Video Certifications
Video Hits 2004
Livin' Right Now 2005 3
  • RIAA: 2× Platinum[6]
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[52]
  • MC: 2× Platinum[51]
Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy World Tour 2008 2

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director
"Only You" 1990
"It's a Love Thing" 1999 Thom Oliphant
"Your Everything" 2000 Trey Fanjoy
"But for the Grace of God"
"Where the Blacktop Ends" 2001 Peter Zavadil
"America the Beautiful" (Various) Marc Ball
"Somebody Like You" 2002 Trey Fanjoy
"Raining on Sunday" 2003
"Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me" Sam Erickson
"You'll Think of Me" 2004
"Days Go By" Wayne Isham
"You're My Better Half" Trey Fanjoy
"Making Memories of Us" 2005 Chris Hicky
"Better Life"
"Tonight I Wanna Cry" 2006
"Once in a Lifetime"
"Stupid Boy"
"I Told You So" 2007 Charles Mehling
"Everybody" Chris Hicky
"You Look Good in My Shirt" 2008
"Start a Band"
(with Brad Paisley)
Jim Shea
"Sweet Thing" 2009 Trey Fanjoy
"Kiss a Girl"
(promotional video)[54]
Chris Hicky
"Kiss a Girl"
"Only You Can Love Me This Way"
"Hit the Ground Runnin'" Jeff Johnson
"'Til Summer Comes Around" 2010 Noble Jones
"Put You in a Song" Brad Belanger
"Without You" 2011 Chris Hicky
"Long Hot Summer" Trey Fanjoy
"You Gonna Fly" 2012 Brad Belanger
"For You" Scott Waugh
"Imagine That" (with Don Williams) David McClister
"Highway Don't Care"
(with Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift)
2013 Shane Drake
"Little Bit of Everything"[55] Isaac Ravishankara
"We Were Us" (with Miranda Lambert)[56] Reid Long
"Cop Car"[57] 2014 John Urbano
"Somewhere in My Car"[58]

Notes[edit]

  • A^ Re-released in 2004; chart position is for re-issue.
  • B^ Re-released on 19 August 2008 as Greatest Hits: 19 Kids with one track added.
  • C^ Released in Australia only.[59] "These Are the Days" was released before "Tonight I Wanna Cry" in Australia.
  • D^ "Your Everything" peaked at number 20 on the RPM Country Tracks chart.[31]
  • E^ "You'll Think of Me" entered Pop 100 in 2005.
  • F^ "Tonight I Wanna Cry" didn't chart in Australia until September 2011 after it entered the charts following a performance by a contestant on the Australian X Factor.
  • G^ "Used to the Pain" was released as a single only in Germany.
  • H^ "You Look Good in My Shirt" was originally included on Golden Road when it charted from unsolicited airplay at #60; it was re-recorded and released to radio in 2008.
  • I^ "Long Hot Summer" was released in Australia as the first single from Get Closer in October 2010. It wasn't released as a single in North America until 27 June 2011.
  • J^ "Shame" was released in Australia only as the second single from Fuse in August 2013.[60]
  • K^ "In God's Hands" was originally released as a solo single by Nelly Furtado from her album Loose in 2007; it was rerecorded and rereleased with Urban in 2008.

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    • "Making Memories of Us": "Issue 798" (PDF, reprint). ARIA report (ARIA) (798): 3. 20 July 2005. Retrieved 28 June 2011. 
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    • "Kiss a Girl": "Issue 1005" (PDF, reprint). ARIA report (ARIA) (1005): 4. 5 August 2009. Retrieved 28 June 2011. 
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    • "Tonight I Wanna Cry": "Issue 1123" (PDF, reprint). ARIA report (ARIA) (1123): 4. 5 September 2011. Retrieved 1 February 2012. 
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