History MissingEpisode / Music

3rd Jul '17 11:45:45 AM Twentington
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* Music/BradPaisley intended to lead off his eleventh studio album with the Music/DemiLovato duet "Without a Fight". When the song bombed at radio, the album was delayed for nearly a year, and "Without a Fight" was excised from the final tracklist.
26th Jun '17 7:17:19 PM Twentington
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* David Nail's debut album got axed at the last second because its producer, Keith Stegall, had just gotten fired from the label (Mercury Nashville). Promotional copies had already made it to some radio stations, and lead single "Memphis" had missed the charts. Nail disappeared from the music scene for five years, and then resurfaced on MCA Records.

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* David Nail's debut album got axed at the last second because its producer, Keith Stegall, had just gotten fired from the label (Mercury Nashville). Promotional copies had already made it to some radio stations, and lead single "Memphis" had missed hit the charts. Nail disappeared from the music scene for five years, and then resurfaced on MCA Records.
25th Jun '17 11:06:35 PM Twentington
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* David Nail's debut album got axed at the last second because its producer, Keith Stegall, had just gotten fired from the label (Mercury Nashville). Promotional copies had already made it to some radio stations.
* Eric Heatherly also had his first Mercury album go woefully under-promoted (although its leadoff single made #6), and his second album go ''unreleased'', for the same reason. He later had a ''second'' unreleased album for Creator/DreamWorksRecords after its lead-off single tanked. As with David Nail, Eric's [=DreamWorks=] album had seen release of promotional copies.

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* David Nail's debut album got axed at the last second because its producer, Keith Stegall, had just gotten fired from the label (Mercury Nashville). Promotional copies had already made it to some radio stations.
stations, and lead single "Memphis" had missed the charts. Nail disappeared from the music scene for five years, and then resurfaced on MCA Records.
* Eric Heatherly also had his first Mercury album go woefully under-promoted (although its leadoff single single, a cover of "[[Music/TheStatlerBrothers Flowers on the Wall]]", made #6), and his second album go ''unreleased'', for the same reason. He later had a ''second'' unreleased album for Creator/DreamWorksRecords after its lead-off single tanked. As with David Nail, Eric's [=DreamWorks=] album had seen release of promotional copies.
15th Jun '17 9:25:58 PM Twentington
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* CountryMusic band Sons of the Desert never had their second album for Creator/EpicRecords released, due mainly to a clash between them and the Music/DixieChicks over who got the rights to release "Goodbye Earl" as a single (obviously, the Chicks won out). The unreleased album had two singles ("What About You" and "Albuquerque"), plus at least one other known cut ("Bless the Broken Road", later CoveredUp by Music/RascalFlatts). "Albuquerque" later appeared on their only album for MCA Nashville in 2000, but any other trace of ther second disc is unaccounted for.

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* CountryMusic band Sons of the Desert never had their second album for Creator/EpicRecords released, due mainly to a clash between them and the Music/DixieChicks over who got the rights to release "Goodbye Earl" as a single (obviously, the Chicks won out). The unreleased album had two singles ("What About You" and "Albuquerque"), plus at least one other known cut ("Bless the Broken Road", later CoveredUp by Music/RascalFlatts). "Albuquerque" later appeared on their only album for MCA Nashville in 2000, 2000. "What About You" had a music video that can be found on Vevo, but any other than that, any trace of ther the second disc Epic album is unaccounted for.
4th Jun '17 3:51:13 PM Twentington
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* Pinmonkey released a cover of Robbie Fulks' "Let's Kill Saturday Night" for a proposed second album in 2003, but when it underperformed, they were dropped by their label instead.
27th May '17 8:15:33 PM Twentington
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* Lee Ann Womack has had this happen twice:
** In 2006, she moved from MCA to Mercury Nashville and released "Finding My Way Back Home", the title track to an album of the same name. Due to its underperformance, the album was shelved and she moved back to MCA for the album ''Call Me Crazy''. After that album, she put out a new single titled "There Is a God" (CoveredUp Trent Willmon), but it also bombed, its corresponding album disappeared, and she left MCA. Womack has not charted since.

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* Lee Ann Womack has had this happen twice:
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twice. In 2006, she moved from MCA to Mercury Nashville and released "Finding My Way Back Home", the title track to an album of the same name. Due to its underperformance, the album was shelved and she moved back to MCA for the album ''Call Me Crazy''. After that album, she put out a new single titled "There Is a God" (CoveredUp Trent Willmon), but it also bombed, its corresponding album disappeared, and she left MCA. Womack has not charted since.
27th May '17 8:00:57 PM Twentington
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* Lee Ann Womack has had this happen twice:
** In 2006, she moved from MCA to Mercury Nashville and released "Finding My Way Back Home", the title track to an album of the same name. Due to its underperformance, the album was shelved and she moved back to MCA for the album ''Call Me Crazy''. After that album, she put out a new single titled "There Is a God" (CoveredUp Trent Willmon), but it also bombed, its corresponding album disappeared, and she left MCA. Womack has not charted since.
27th May '17 7:50:54 PM Twentington
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** Indeed, Lyric Street has not been kind to its artists in that regard. Besides Jessica Andrews, nearly 1/3 of the label's roster has had at least one unreleased album, even if it had a charted single, and Josh Gracin's second album was delayed for ''two years'' (although that one was mostly his choice since he was unsatisfied with the first draft). Bucky Covington perhaps got the shortest end of the stick, due to his 2010 single "A Father's Love (The Only Way He Knew How)" having hit the charts just as the label went under; another label pushed the single to #23 but he still didn't get the album out. Another label ''finally'' released it in 2012.
* Jon Randall also has two unreleased albums in the can: ''Great Day to Be Alive'' in 1996 for Creator/RCARecords, and ''Cold Coffee Morning'' in 1998 for Asylum. The former produced no singles, but its title track was later a big hit in 2001 for Travis Tritt. The latter had two chart singles in its title track and "She Don't Believe in Fairy Tales".

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** Indeed, * Also on Lyric Street has not been kind to its artists in that regard. Besides Jessica Andrews, nearly 1/3 of the label's roster has had at least one unreleased album, even if it had a charted single, and Josh Gracin's second album was delayed for ''two years'' (although that one was mostly his choice since he was unsatisfied with the first draft). Street, Bucky Covington perhaps got the shortest end of the stick, stick. His second album was delayed due to his 2010 single its first two singles ("I Want My Life Back" and a cover of Music/{{Nickelback}}'s "Gotta Be Somebody") underperforming (although both appeared on digital-only [=EPs=]). And just when "A Father's Love (The Only Way He Knew How)" having hit the charts just as the started to take off, Lyric Street closed its doors. A second label went under; another label pushed propped the single song up to #23 on the charts, but he still didn't get it took until 2012 for the corresponding album out. Another label ''finally'' released it in 2012.
''Good Guys'' to finally get released.
* Jon Randall also has two unreleased albums in the can: ''Great Day to Be Alive'' in 1996 for Creator/RCARecords, and ''Cold Coffee Morning'' in 1998 for Asylum. The former produced no singles, but its title track "It's a Great Day to Be Alive" was later a big hit in 2001 for Travis Tritt. The latter had two chart singles in its title track and "She Don't Believe in Fairy Tales".Tales".
* The Sky Kings, a supergroup consisting of John Cowan (New Grass Revival), Bill Lloyd (Foster & Lloyd), Patrick Simmons (The Doobie Brothers), and Rusty Young (Poco), recorded an album for RCA Records in the early 1990s, but it was never released. After Simmons left, they continued as a trio and charted the single "Picture Perfect" for a Creator/WarnerBrosRecords album which was also never released. All of the RCA and Warner Bros. material -- coincidentally, including another take on "It's a Great Day to Be Alive" -- has since been released in compilations.
22nd May '17 3:49:09 PM Twentington
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* CountryMusic singer Wade Hayes' third album was originally to have been titled ''Tore Up from the Floor Up'', with a cover of Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman" as the lead single. When the cover bombed, the album was retooled, the cover was removed from the tracklist, and the album was finally released as ''When the Wrong One Loves You Right'' in 1998.

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* CountryMusic singer Wade Hayes' Hayes had this happen twice:
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third album was originally to have been titled ''Tore Up from the Floor Up'', with a cover of Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman" as the lead single. When the cover bombed, the album was retooled, the cover was removed from the tracklist, and the album was finally released as ''When the Wrong One Loves You Right'' in 1998.1998.
** In 2003, he teamed up with fiddler Mark [=McClurg=] (formerly of Music/AlanJackson's road band The Strayhorns) to form the duo [=McHayes=]. They recorded a full album titled ''Lessons in Lonely'', and although the lead single "It Doesn't Mean I Don't Love You" charted, the album was never released. They also put out a cover of Music/DonWilliams' "Tulsa Time", which was apparently not on the album. After this, they went their separate ways and Hayes continued to record solo, albeit sidelined for several years due to colon cancer.



* In 2003, Wade Hayes (best known for his 1995 hit "Old Enough to Know Better") teamed up with fiddler Mark [=McClurg=] (formerly of Music/AlanJackson's road band The Strayhorns) to form the duo [=McHayes=]. They recorded a full album titled ''Lessons in Lonely'', and although the lead single "It Doesn't Mean I Don't Love You" charted, the album was never released. Also unreleased from the duo was a cover of Music/DonWilliams' "Tulsa Time", which was apparently not on the album. After this, they went their separate ways and Hayes continued to record solo, albeit sidelined for several years due to colon cancer.
22nd May '17 3:31:07 PM Twentington
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* Scotty Emerick, a longtime collaborator of Music/TobyKeith, had this happen twice. His self-titled debut for Creator/DreamWorks Records was canned when its singles "I Can't Take You Anywhere" (originally recorded by, and featuring a guest vocal from, Keith himself) and "The Coast Is Clear" failed to light up the charts. A third single, "The Watch", also didn't go anywhere. However, all of these singles, plus "What's Up with That" from the soundtrack to ''Broken Bridges'' (in which Keith starred), are all on iTunes.

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* Scotty Emerick, a longtime collaborator of Music/TobyKeith, had this happen twice. several times. Before he started working with Keith, he had a deal with Rising Tide Records, which closed before he could release anything. His self-titled debut for Creator/DreamWorks Records in 2003 was canned when its singles "I Can't Take You Anywhere" (originally recorded by, and featuring a guest vocal from, Keith himself) and "The Coast Is Clear" failed to light up the charts. A third single, "The Watch", also didn't go anywhere.anywhere and never made it on an album. However, all of these singles, plus "What's Up with That" from the soundtrack to ''Broken Bridges'' (in which Keith starred), are all on iTunes.
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