Pull My Chain

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Pull My Chain
Studio album by Toby Keith
Released August 10, 2001
Genre Country
Length 43:43
Label DreamWorks
Producer James Stroud
Toby Keith
Toby Keith chronology
How Do You Like Me Now?!
(1999)
Pull My Chain
(2001)
Unleashed
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]
Entertainment Weekly B [2]

Pull My Chain is the title of the sixth studio album by American country music artist Toby Keith, released in 2001 on DreamWorks Records Nashville. The album has been certified 2× Multi-Platinum in the U.S. for sales of two million copies. All three of this album's singles — "I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight", "I Wanna Talk About Me", and "My List" — were Number One hits on the Hot Country Songs charts between 2001 and 2002. Also included here is the track "I Can't Take You Anywhere", which was released by its co-writer, Scotty Emerick, as a single in 2003. It was dedicated to his father Hubert Keith (H.K.) Covel, who died in March 2001.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight" (Toby Keith, Scotty Emerick) - 2:45
  2. "I Wanna Talk About Me" (Bobby Braddock) - 3:04
  3. "I Can't Take You Anywhere" (Keith, Emerick) - 3:33
  4. "You Leave Me Weak" (Keith, Emerick) - 3:22
  5. "Tryin' to Matter" (Keith, Emerick) - 4:00
  6. "Pull My Chain" (Keith, Chuck Cannon) - 3:57
  7. "The Sha La La Song" (Keith, Cannon) - 3:23
  8. "Pick 'Em Up and Lay 'Em Down" (Dave Loggins) - 4:15
  9. "Forever Hasn't Got Here Yet" (Keith, Jim Femino) - 2:56
  10. "Yesterday's Rain" (Keith, Emerick) - 3:07
  11. "My List" (Tim James, Rand Bishop) - 3:21
  12. "You Didn't Have as Much to Lose" (Keith, Cannon) - 3:00
  13. "Gimme 8 Seconds" (Keith, Bernie Taupin) - 2:51

Personnel[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 1
U.S. Billboard 200 9

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pull My Chain at AllMusic
  2. ^ Entertainment Weekly review
Preceded by
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
by Various Artists
Top Country Albums number-one album
September 15–21, 2001
Succeeded by
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
by Various Artists