Forget iTunes, Garth Brooks is selling his upcoming album at stores that aren’t known for their music departments.
In addition to “Time Traveler,” the set will include “Man Against Machine” (2014), “Gunslinger” (2016), “Triple Live” (2019) and “Fun” (2020).
This is the first studio album Brooks has released since “Fun,” and is his 14th overall, Billboard reported.
“There are a lot of different eras on this album, thus the name,” Brooks said. “Country music’s core is sincerity. After that, you can dress it up a thousand different ways. I am so lucky to live under the flag of country music.”
The set can be pre-ordered for $29.95 and will ship in mid-November.
Brooks released “Gunslinger” as part of a Target-exclusive box set, selling 134,000 copies in the first week. The stand-alone album was released a week later to all stores and was available by streaming on Amazon, Billboard reported. But a Brooks’ representative said that “Time Traveler” will not be released as an individual album and it won’t be available on Amazon for streaming.
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