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How Do You Like Me Now?!

How Do You Like Me Now?

How Do You Like Me Now.jpg
 Album Artwork
Artist: Toby Keith
Release: November 22, 1999
Label: DreamWorks
Genres: Country
Recorded:
Length: 41:04
Producer: James Stroud
Format: Cassette • CD • Digital
Purchase: Amazon

'How Do You Like Me Now? is the sixth album and seventh release by the artist Toby Keith, based out of Norman, Oklahoma.

Content[edit]

Music Chronology

Toby Keith
Previous: Current: Next:
Greatest Hits Volume One.jpg
How Do You Like Me Now.jpg
Pull My Chain.jpg
Greatest Hits Volume One How Do You Like Me Now? Pull My Chain
1998 1999 2001

Track Listing[edit]

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All songs written by Toby Keith except where noted.

  1. "How Do You Like Me Now?!" — 3:29
  2. "When Love Fades" — 3:07
  3. "Blue Bedroom" — 3:30
  4. "New Orleans" — 4:14
  5. "Country Comes to Town" — 3:38
  6. "Heart to Heart (Stelen's Song)" — 3:35
  7. "She Only Gets That Way With Me" — 2:31
  8. "Die With Your Boots On" — 3:08
  9. "You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This" — 3:41
  10. "Hold You, Kiss You, Love You" — 3:16
  11. "Do I Know You (Bottom of My Heart)" — 3:38
  12. "I Know a Wall When I See One" — 3:14

Personnel[edit]

Toby Keith[edit]

Additional Musicians[edit]

  • John Wesley Ryles — Vocals
  • Curtis Young — Vocals
  • Larry Byrom — Guitar
  • Mark Casstevens — Guitar
  • B. James Lowry — Guitar
  • Jerry McPherson — Guitar
  • Brent Mason — Guitar
  • Brent Rowan — Guitar
  • Dan Dugmore — Steel Guitar
  • Paul Franklin — Steel Guitar
  • Sonny Garrish — Steel Guitar
  • Mike Brignardello — Bass
  • Glenn Worf — Bass
  • Aubrey Haynie — Mandolin
  • Clayton Ivey — Piano, Keyboard, Organ
  • Steve Nathan — Keyboard, Organ
  • Gary Smith — Piano, Keyboard, Organ
  • Terry McMillan — Harmonica
  • Owen Hale — Drums
  • Paul Leim — Drum Programming (Track: 4)

Production[edit]

  • James Stroud — Producer
  • Chuck Cannon — Co-Writer (Tracks: 1-3)
  • Mark D. Sanders — Co-Writer (Track: 4)
  • Bob DiPiero — Co-Writer (Track: 4)
  • Steve Seskin — Co-Writer (Track: 4)
  • Scotty Emerick — Co-Writer (Track: 7)
  • Jim Femino — Co-Writer (Track: 8)
  • Byron Hill — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • Jack Jones — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • Frank Mickey Jones Jr. — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • J. B. Rudd — Co-Writer (Track: 12)
  • Jerry Salley — Co-Writer (Track: 12)

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