I must admit I am a big fan of Aussie Keith Urban since his days with the Ranch and his follow up solo album featuring 'It's A Love Thing', 'Where The Blacktop Ends' and 'But For The Grace of God'. This second album entitled 'Golden Roads' is even better than his first, starting with the Billboard Country Number One 'Somebody Like You' a mix of banjo and guitar producing a fantastic sound to really get your foot tapping which keeps tapping through the second track 'Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me', featuring great guitar and harmonies. We slow down for the third track 'Whenever I Run' a mid tempo catchy song with a great chorus while 'What About Me' picks up the tempo again with a instantly likeable song and great banjo picking. 'You'll think of Me' is my personal favourite, a really strong ballad combined with an excellent production which is also true for the sixth track a remix of the 70's classic 'Jeans On'. 'You Look Good In My Shirt' is a catchy number showing off Keith's vocal talents together with some great guitar playing. We slow down again for 'You're Not Alone Again Tonight' another powerful ballad. Back to the Banjo and Guitar rifts again for 'You Won' a Rock Country style number, followed by 'Song For Dad' slowing the whole thing down once again before the last two tracks 'Raining On Sunday' a laid back lazy feel and 'You're Not My God' the least favourite as far as I am concerned. This is a great album which has moved Keith Urban into the category of serious contender for one of Country's Greatest Stars. The Production on the Album is first rate and really shows off Keith's talents.