This CD cover image released by Sony Music Nashville shows "Man Against Machine," by Garth Brooks. (AP Photo/Sony Music Nashville)
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Garth Brooks became the top-selling musician in the United States in the 1990s by giving country music's earnestness an arena-rock aura.The music world has changed dramatically since Brooks left the stage.At the same time, overall album sales have plummeted and the use of technology -- never Brooks' favorite area -- has become critical to artists.In the title track of the album, Brooks returns to his familiar theme of ordinary people feeling left out.Brooks in September launched a tour of US arenas that runs through January.Despite the all-out comeback tour and album, Brooks said openly that he feels rusty as a songwriter.
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