The Storm (Travis Tritt album)

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The Storm
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Studio album by Travis Tritt
Released August 21, 2007 (2007-08-21)
Genre Country
Label Category 5
Producer Randy Jackson
Travis Tritt
Travis Tritt chronology
The Very Best of Travis Tritt
(2007)
The Storm
(2007)
The Calm After...
(2013)
The Calm After...
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Studio album by Travis Tritt
Released July 9, 2013 (2013-07-09)
Genre Country
Label Post Oak
Travis Tritt chronology
The Storm
(2007)
The Calm After...
(2013)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
About.com 4.5/5 stars link
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Billboard (mixed) link

The Storm is the tenth studio album released by country music artist Travis Tritt. It was also his only album for the Category 5 Records label.

History[edit]

Four of this album's tracks are covers: "Should've Listened" was originally recorded by Canadian rock band Nickelback on their The Long Road album, "You Never Take Me Dancing" is a cover of a song previously recorded by Richard Marx, "Somehow, Somewhere, Someway" was written/recorded by Kenny Wayne Shepherd from his 1997 album, Trouble Is..., and "The Pressure Is On" is the title cut of a 1981 album release by Hank Williams, Jr.. "You Never Take Me Dancing" was released as a single from this album, reaching number 27 on the Hot Country Songs charts in 2007. It was followed by "Something Stronger Than Me", which failed to chart. Category 5 closed soon afterward.

In 2013, Tritt acquired the rights to the album in order to re-release it via his own Post Oak Records under the title The Calm After... The re-release includes a cover of the Patty Smyth and Don Henley duet "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" with his daughter, Tyler Reese,[1] and a cover of Faces' "Stay with Me".[2] The Calm After... sold more than 2.000 copies in its opening week and entered the Country Albums chart at number 31.

Track listing (The Storm)[edit]

  1. "Mudcat Moan (Prelude)" (Michael Thompson, Travis Tritt)/ "You Never Take Me Dancing" (Richard Marx) - 5:29
  2. "(I Wanna) Feel Too Much" (Diane Warren) - 4:03
  3. "Doesn't the Good Outweigh the Bad" (Tritt, Marx) - 4:23
  4. "What If Love Hangs On" (Rob Thomas, Tritt) - 4:02
  5. "Rub Off on Me" (Casey Beathard, Kevin Horne) - 4:40
  6. "Something Stronger Than Me" (Don Poythress, Donnie Skaggs, Michelle Little) - 3:39
  7. "The Storm" (Tritt) - 4:42
  8. "I Don't Know How I Got By" (Warren) - 3:45
  9. "The Pressure Is On" (Hank Williams, Jr.) - 3:54
  10. "Should've Listened" (Mike Kroeger, Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Ryan Vikedal) - 3:30
  11. "High Time for Gettin' Down" (John Kromer, Weston Harvey, Jay Speight) - 2:43
  12. "Somehow, Somewhere, Someday" (Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Danny Tate) - 5:42

Track listing (The Calm After)[edit]

  1. "Mudcat Moan (Prelude)"/"You Never Take Me Dancing" - 5:29
  2. "(I Wanna) Feel Too Much" - 4:03
  3. "Doesn't the Good Outweigh the Bad" - 4:23
  4. "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" (Patty Smyth, Glen Burtnik) — 4:50
  5. "What If Love Hangs On" - 4:02
  6. "Rub Off on Me" - 4:40
  7. "Stay with Me" (Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood) — 4:41
  8. "Something Stronger Than Me" - 3:39
  9. "The Storm" - 4:42
  10. "I Don't Know How I Got By" - 3:45
  11. "The Pressure Is On" - 3:54
  12. "Should've Listened" - 3:30
  13. "High Time for Gettin' Down" - 2:43
  14. "Somehow, Somewhere, Someday" - 5:42

Chart performance[edit]

The Storm[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 3
U.S. Billboard 200 28
U.S. Billboard Independent Albums 3

The Calm After...[edit]

Chart (2013) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 31
U.S. Billboard 200 190
U.S. Billboard Independent Albums 39

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