Three of Keith Urban's albums -- 2002's Golden Road, 2010's Get Closer and 2013's Fuse -- are now available on vinyl, for the first time.

Golden Road was Urban's second release on Capitol Nashville, following 1999's Keith Urban. The record, which was the country star's first time working with Dann Huff, features four Top 5 singles -- "Somebody Like You," "Raining on Sunday," "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me" and "You'll Think of Me" -- the first, third and fourth of which hit No. 1. "Somebody Like You" and "You'll Think of Me" have also been certified gold, and the album itself is certified triple platinum; Urban earned his first Grammy with "You'll Think of Me."

Get Closer, meanwhile, has been certified gold, and also features four Top 5 singles. Its first single, "Put You in a Song," hit No. 2, while its final three singles -- "Without You," "Long Hot Summer" and "You Gonna Fly" -- went to No. 1. Urban and Huff co-produced the project.

The No. 1, gold-certified Fuse spawned five singles: "Little Bit of Everything," its first, hit No. 6, while its second release, "We Were Us," featuring Miranda Lambert, reached No. 1. "Cop Car" and "Somewhere in My Car" charted in the Top 5 (No. 4 and No. 3, respectively), while "Raise 'Em Up," a duet with Eric Church, hit No. 8. "We Were Us" and "Cop Car" have both been certified platinum as well.

The American leg of Urban’s Ripcord World Tour, which included Brett Eldredge and Maren Morris as his opening acts, wrapped up with a show in Brooklyn, N.Y., in mid-November. The Aussie is spending December touring Down Under with his good friend Carrie Underwood, and following his shows in Australia and New Zealand, Urban will wrap up the year with a New Year’s Eve concert in Nashville.

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