Morgan Wallen’s ‘One Thing at a Time’: All 36 Tracks Ranked From Worst to Best

We won’t officially know until Sunday (March 12) how big Morgan Wallen’s new album, the super-sized One Thing at a Time, will debut on the Billboard 200, but we know the 36-track set is already a blockbuster.

As of Wednesday (March 8), the 36 tracks have accumulated 315 million on-demand streams, already the biggest week for any 2023 album, according to Luminate. In its first four days, OTAAT surpassed the 240 million tally hit by Wallen’s 2021 album, Dangerous: The Double Album, in its first full week.

The album, which features collaborations with Eric Church, HARDY and ERNEST, was culled from 42 songs to its final 36 tracks.

“The songs just kind of naturally came in,” Wallen previously told Billboard. One Thing at a Time producer Joey Moi added, “It seemed like the more we cut, the more songs would show up. So it just kept piling up.”

Moi also noted Wallen’s involvement in the studio has become deeper with each album release.

“The first record, in a budding career [from a] new artist is weird, you kind of get stripped of all your time to make the record, so we really panicked our way through that one,” Moi said. “He was on tour, and then we would cut the songs together in the studio, and then he’d go off on tour. I’d squirrel away and work on the music getting ready for him to come back. He’d sing like six songs in one day. It was that process. Second record, we were able to engineer the calendar a little better but he was still heavy in obligations [but] he was present for way more than the first record. This one I feel like we nailed the calendar, and he was there for every moment of it. It was amazing having him in the room the whole time with me.”

Upon the album’s March 3 release, we picked the top 10 tunes, but now we’re back to rank all 36 songs on the Moi-produced set, from the least to the greatest.

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