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Private Radio is the debut album by American actor and singer/songwriter Billy Bob Thornton. His first foray into recorded music following a successful movie career up to the time of the album's release, it was a traditional country music album released by Universal Records in September 2001.
The song "Angelina" is a song written for his then-wife Angelina Jolie.
All tracks composed by Billy Bob Thornton and Marty Stuart; except where indicated
- "Dark and Mad"
- "Forever" (Paul Stanley, Michael Bolton)
- "Angelina" (Billy Bob Thornton, Randy Scruggs)
- "Starlight Lounge" (Billy Bob Thornton, Dwight Yoakam, Holly Lamar)
- "Walk of Shame"
- "Smoking in Bed"
- "Your Blue Shadow"
- "That Mountain"
- "He Was a Friend of Mine" (Roger McGuinn)
- "Private Radio" (Billy Bob Thornton, Marty Stuart, Mark Collie)
- "Beauty at the Back Door"
- "Lost Highway" (Leon Payne)
- Billy Bob Thornton - vocals; drums on "Your Blue Shadow"
- Marty Stuart - guitar, mandolin; bass on "Your Blue Shadow"
- Brad Davis - guitar
- Steve Armold - bass
- Barry Beckett - organ
- Jim Cox - piano
- Gregg Stocki - drums, percussion
- Billy Bob Thornton, Brad Davis, Dennis Locorriere, Marty Stuart - backing vocals
- Randy Scruggs - guitar, bass, co-production on "Angelina"
- Holly Lander - vocals on "Starlight Lounge"
- Larry Paxton - bass on "Starlight Lounge"
- Hank Singer - fiddle on "Lost Highway"
- Don Helms - pedal steel on "Lost Highway"