That's Life (Neal McCoy album)

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That's Life
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Studio album by Neal McCoy
Released August 23, 2005 (2005-08-23)
Genre Country
Label 903 Music
Producer Eric Silver
Neal McCoy chronology
The Luckiest Man in the World
(2003)The Luckiest Man in the World2003
That's Life
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic ? [1]
Country Standard Time (mixed) [2]

That's Life is a studio album, released in 2005, by American country music artist Neal McCoy. It was released on his own 903 Music label. Three singles were released from this album: "Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On", the first of these three, reached #10 on the Hot Country Songs charts in 2005, becoming McCoy's first Top Ten hit since "The Shake" in 1997. "The Last of a Dying Breed" peaked at #36, while "Tail on the Tailgate" failed to chart. Also included here is a live rendition of "Hillbilly Rap", the original version of which was an album cut from his 1996 self-titled album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Got Mud" (Monty Criswell, Jerrod Niemann) – 2:51
  2. "Intro (General Tommy Franks)" – 0:45
    • spoken-word intro to "The Last of a Dying Breed", recited by Tommy Franks
  3. "The Last of a Dying Breed" (Tommy Connors, Don Rollins, D. Vincent Williams) – 3:02
  4. "That's Life" (Eric Silver, Matt Rollings) – 4:10
  5. "Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On" (Philip White, Michael Mobley) – 3:38
  6. "That's a Picture" (Bryan Simpson, Wade Kirby, Ashley Gorley) – 3:04
  7. "You Let Me Be the Hero" (Silver, Rodney Clawson) – 3:46
  8. "Tail on the Tailgate" (Brian White, Tania Hancheroff, Clawson) – 4:00
  9. "Tails I Lose" (Silver, Neal McCoy) – 3:46
  10. "Jessie" (Jeremy Campbell, McCoy, Donny Hackett) – 3:52
  11. "You're My Jamaica" (Kent Robbins) – 3:45
  12. "Head South" (Darrell Scott) – 2:40
  13. "Hillbilly Rap (Live)" (Lord Burgess, Bernard Edwards, Nile Rodgers, William Attawar, Paul Henning) – 6:31

A special CD-ROM track of "Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On" is also available on some presses of the album.


Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 8
U.S. Billboard 200 32
U.S. Billboard Independent Albums 3