Keith Urban (1991 Album)
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Keith Urban 1991 Album

Keith Urban
Studio album by
Released1 October 1991
ProducerPeter Blyton
Keith Urban chronology
Keith Urban
Keith Urban
Singles from Keith Urban
  1. "I Never Work on a Sunday"
    Released: June 1990[1]
  2. "Only You"
    Released: 27 May 1991[2]
  3. "Got It Bad"
    Released: 1991

Keith Urban is the first studio album by New Zealand-born country music singer Keith Urban. It was released only in Australia in 1991. It was later released worldwide in 2005 by EMI. This album included three singles, "I Never Work on a Sunday", "Only You" and "Got It Bad", released between 1990 and 1991 respectively. "Only You" was made into a music video in 1991. Urban later recorded the instrumental track "Clutterbilly" as a member of the band The Ranch in 1997. The album charted at number 98 in Australia.[3]

Track listing

1."Only You"
  • Todd Hunter
  • Johanna Pigott
2."Got It Bad"
  • Keith Urban
  • H. Field
3."Blue Stranger"Paul Kelly3:26
4."Without You"Urban3:43
5."Arms of Mary"Iain Sutherland3:14
  • Urban
  • G.M Holden
7."Don't Go"
  • Urban
  • Holden
8."Hold On to Your Dreams"
  • Urban
  • Holden
9."Lovin' on the Side"
  • Urban
  • Holden
10."Future Plans"Urban3:42
11."Love We Got Goin'"Urban2:57
12."Clutterbilly" (Instrumental)
  • Urban
  • Holden
  • Peter Clarke
13."The River"Urban4:52
14."What Love Is That Way"3:17
15."I Never Work on a Sunday"Urban3:44
Total length:56:23

Chart performance

Chart (1991) Peak
Australian Albums Chart[4] 98


  1. ^ "Keith Urban - I Never Work On A Sunday". Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ "Keith Urban - Only You". Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970-1992. Australian Chart Book, St Ives, N.S.W. ISBN 0-646-11917-6.
  4. ^ " - Keith Urban - Defying Gravity". Hung Medien. Archived from the original on 16 April 2012. Retrieved 2012.

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