|Till the Wheels Come Off|
|Studio album by|
|Released||October 16, 2015|
|Label||Sony Music Canada|
|Cold Creek County chronology|
|Singles from Till the Wheels Come Off|
Till the Wheels Come Off is the debut studio album by Canadian country music group Cold Creek County. It was released on October 16, 2015, via Sony Music Canada.It includes the singles "Our Town" and "Till the Wheels Come Off".
|1.||"Ain't Had Enough of That Yet"||Lance Miller, Brad Warren, Brett Warren, Derek George||3:23|
|2.||"Till the Wheels Come Off"||Todd Clark, Gavin Slate, Donovan Woods||3:13|
|3.||"Beer Weather"||Jason Matthews, Joel Shewmake, Jim McCormick, Brinley Addington||3:01|
|4.||"Drink You Up"||Tim James, Matthews, Miller||3:19|
|5.||"Trucker Hat"||Matthews, Bridgette Tatum, Jayce Hein||2:45|
|6.||"Our Town"||Clark, Slate||3:16|
|7.||"Still That Way"||Clark, Will Pugh, Danny Orton||3:31|
|8.||"Blow My Speakers"||Miller, Brad Warren, Brett Warren, George||3:37|
|9.||"Good Thing We're in the Country"||Matthews, Jeff Stevens, Vicky McGehee||2:47|
|10.||"I Can Change All That"||Jason Delkou, Sherrié Austin, Brandon Ray||2:59|
|11.||"Ain't Nothing but a Party"||Matthews, Chris Janson, Wade Kirby||3:09|
|Canadian Albums (Billboard)||36|
| CAN Country || CAN |
|"Till the Wheels Come Off"||15||—|
|"Still That Way"A||25||—|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
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