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Brad Paisley, Label Make Peace, Unveil New Album's Track Listing


(Nashville, TN) -- Brad Paisley and his label appear to have resolved their differences. The country star went "rogue" over the weekend, waging a Twitter battle against his record execs over posting previews of his new album. He also tweeted e-mail exchanges with his management and label, who tried to explain their objections to his actions. Arista Nashville head Gary Overton is now addressing the incident. He compares working with Brad to "riding a roller coaster," saying "you know you're going to scream, smile, and have a wild ride," but "it's generally safe." Paisley ultimately won the battle, and was allowed to officially and legally debut a preview of the song "Crushin' It" on People.com.

"Crushin' It" is the lead-off track to "Moonshine in the Trunk." Paisley and his label have now unveiled the full track listing for the disc. Brad wrote or co-wrote all but one of the album's 14 songs, including "Crushin' It" and his current single, "River Bank." "Moonshine in the Trunk" will be in stores on August 25th.

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