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Carrie Underwood is the only female act on the entire list of 19 tracks. Her 'All-American Girl' is the last of the tracks listed. Also featured are Toby Keith ('As Good As I Once Was'), the Soggy Bottom Boys ('I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow' from the 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' soundtrack), Keith Urban ('Somebody Like You'), Willie Nelson ('Over the Rainbow'), Tim McGraw and Faith Hill ('It's Your Love'), Johnny Cash ('Ring of Fire'), Clint Black (his cover of the Eagles' 'Desperado') and Kid Rock ('Born Free').
Not surprisingly, none of the tracks chosen by Romney also appear on President Barack Obama's Spotify playlist, which was revealed last month. The president's playlist included tunes by Dierks Bentley, Zac Brown Band, Montgomery Gentry and two songs each from Sugarland and Darius Rucker.
See more about Mitt Romney's Spotify playlist here. Check out President Obama's complete playlist here.
Spotify, which was launched in Sweden in 2008, arrived in the U.S. in 2011. The service has more than 10 million users and has generated more than 500 million playlists.