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Luke Combs Sings ‘Ain’t No Love in Oklahoma’ for ‘Twisters’ Album

It is possible to be “scared of nothin’ and … scared to death” at the same, at least so says Luke Combs, who holds his own bellowing about the virtues of the Sooner State over a torrent of wind and rain in the video for his new song, “Ain’t No Love in Oklahoma.” The song comes off the upcoming soundtrack to Twisters, the 28-years-late sequel to Twister (and grammarians will note that Combs’ double-negative suggests there is love in Oklahoma, even if it’s a North Carolinian turned Nashvillian singing his heart out.)

“Ain’t no love in Oklahoma, just the whistle of a long black train,” Combs sings. You’ll know when it’s comin’ for ya, ridin’ in on the wind and rain.” The video makes it seem as if Combs is the only thing riding in on wind and rain — his breakout country hit was titled “Hurricane” after all. NASCAR driver John Hunter Nemechek makes a special appearance in the clip, too. Combs posted a series of behind-the-scenes pics to his Instagram.

The rest of the track list for the compilation soundtrack album, which comes out July 19, features Miranda Lambert singing about Kansas, Lainey Wilson singing about Oklahoma again, and songs about country music and cowgirls and dead-end roads. Featured artists include Thomas Rhett, Jelly Roll, Kane Brown, Shania Twain, and Kane Brown, but it’s the artists from the red-hot Red Dirt genre that make the Twisters soundtrack such an anticipated album: Wyatt Flores, Dylan Gossett, Flatland Cavalry, and Charley Crockett are all on the LP.


The movie, which stars Daisy Edgar-Jones, Glen Powell, and Anthony Ramos, among others, drops the same day as the soundtrack. Actors Brandon Perea, Maura Tierney, and Sasha Lane also feature in the film, which Lee Isaac Chung (Minari) directed.

Twisters: The Album track list
1. Luke Combs, “Ain’t No Love in Oklahoma”
2. Miranda Lambert, “Ain’t in Kansas Anymore”
3. Conner Smith, “Steal My Thunder (feat. Tucker Wetmore)”
4. Thomas Rhett, “Feelin’ Country”
5. Warren Zeiders, “The Cards I’ve Been Dealt”
6. Megan Moroney, “Never Left Me”
7. Lainey Wilson, “Out of Oklahoma”
8. Bailey Zimmerman, “Hell or High Water”
9. Jelly Roll, “Dead End Road”
10. Kane Brown, “Country Classic”
11. Sam Barber, “Tear Us Apart”
12. Tyler Childers, “Song While You’re Away”
13. Tucker Wetmore, “Already Had It”
14. Leon Bridges, “Chrome Cowgirl”
15. Benson Boone, “Death Wish Love”
16. Shania Twain & Breland, “Boots Don’t”
17. Dylan Gossett, “Stronger Than a Storm”
18. Lanie Gardner, “Chasing the Wind”
19. Jelly Roll, “Leave the Light On” (feat. Alexandra Kay)
20. Wyatt Flores & Jake Kohn, “Before I Do”
21. The Red Clay Strays, “Caddo County”
22. Tanner Usrey, “Blackberry Wine”
23. Tanner Adell, “Too Easy”
24. Mason Ramsey, “Shake Shake (All Night Long)”
25. Tyler Halverson, “New Loop”
26. Flatland Cavalry, “Touchdown”
27. Nolan Taylor, “Driving You Home”
28. Wilderado, Ken Pomeroy, & James McAlister, “Wall of Death”
29. Charley Crockett, “(Ghost) Riders in the Sky”

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