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Download links and information about Shout! by Gov'T Mule. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 02:20:16 minutes.

Artist: Gov'T Mule
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 22
Duration: 02:20:16
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No. Title Length
1. World Boss 5:24
2. No Reward 4:54
3. Whisper In Your Soul 5:11
4. Captured 9:04
5. Scared To Live 6:16
6. Stoop So Low 8:23
7. Forsaken Savior 6:18
8. Done Got Wise 6:11
9. When the World Gets Small 7:45
10. Funny Little Tragedy 4:15
11. Bring On the Music 11:05
12. World Boss (feat. Ben Harper) 4:31
13. Funny Little Tragedy (feat. Elvis Costello) 4:11
14. Stoop So Low (feat. Dr. John) 10:00
15. Captured (feat. Jim James) 5:45
16. Whisper In Your Soul (feat. Grace Potter) 5:10
17. Scared To Live (feat. Toots Hibbert) 5:53
18. No Reward (feat. Glenn Hughes) 5:14
19. Bring On the Music (feat. Ty Taylor) 6:42
20. Forsaken Savior (feat. Dave Matthews) 5:18
21. Done Got Wise (feat. Myles Kennedy) 6:11
22. When the World Gets Small (feat. Steve Winwood) 6:35



For its first album in four years, Gov’t Mule includes two versions of each song; the secondary tunes feature guest vocalists ranging from Elvis Costello to Grace Potter. These guests let us hear the band in contexts no one would imagine. The results do vary in ways that makes it a good thing those versions come later, though Dr. John’s version of “Stoop So Long” is an obvious keeper. The true draw here remains Gov’t Mule and the peerless musicianship of guitarist Warren Haynes, drummer Matt Abts, and bassist Jorgen Carlsson, with keyboardist Danny Louis coloring in the spaces. “Whisper in Your Soul” plows forward with the expected muscular, earth-shaking attack, while the nine-minute “Captured” is both a soulful blues with plenty of room to roam and an impressive showcase for Haynes’ guitarwork. “Funny Little Tragedy” steps up the pace considerably for a compact pop tune. (Elvis Costello’s version is the youngest he’s sounded in years.) Recorded in Los Angeles and Stamford, Conn., Shout! nails down what it means to be Gov’t Mule.