Lambert Reveals Tracklist For ‘Platinum’

platinum111Miranda Lambert welcomes several guests on her new studio album, Platinum, which is set for a June 3 release. The Academy of Country Music Awards’ reigning Female Vocalist of the Year (and a record-breaking five-time winner of the honor) brings fellow Country singers, Carrie Underwood and Little Big Town, as well as bluegrass band The Time Jumpers.

As previously reported, Underwood appears on “Somethin’ Bad,” while Little Big Town guests on “Smokin’ and Drinkin'”. The Time Jumpers show off their ace musicianship in “All That’s Left,” penned by Tom T. Hall and Dixie Hall.

Lambert had a hand in writing eight of the album’s generous 16 tracks. Other songwriters include Natalie Hemby, Jimmy Robbins, Shane McAnally, Riscilla Renea, Scotty Wray, Nicolle Galyon, Ashley Monroe, Jessi Alexander, Luke Laird, Brett James and many others.

1. Girls – Nicolle Galyon/Natalie Hemby/Jimmy Robbins
2. Platinum – Miranda Lambert/Nicolle Galyon/Natalie Hemby
3. Little Red Wagon – Audra Mae/Joe Ginsberg
4. Smokin’ and Drinkin’ (feat. Little Big Town) – Natalie Hemby/Luke Laird/Shane McAnally
5. Priscilla – Nicolle Galyon/Natalie Hemby/Jimmy Robbins
6. Automatic – Miranda Lambert/Nicolle Galyon/Natalie Hemby
7. Bathroom Sink – Miranda Lambert
8. Old Sh!t – Brent Cobb/Neil Mason
9. All That’s Left (feat. The Time Jumpers) – Dixie Hall/Tom T. Hall
10. Gravity Is a B**ch – Miranda Lambert/Scotty Wray
11. Babies Makin’ Babies – Nicolle Galyon/Natalie Hemby/Jimmy Robbins
12. Somethin’ Bad (duet with Carrie Underwood) – Chris DeStefano/Brett James/Priscilla Renea
13. Holding On to You – Miranda Lambert/Jessi Alexander/Ashley Monroe
14. Two Rings Shy – Miranda Lambert/Brandy Clark/Heather Little
15. Hard Staying Sober – Miranda Lambert/Natalie Hemby/Luke Laird
16. Another Sunday in the South – Miranda Lambert/Jessi Alexander/Ashley Monroe

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