Garth Brooks just may be coming out of retirement ... again. The country megastar is said to be working on a two-disc compilation to be released on Big Machine Records, the independent label that recently signed his wife Trisha Yearwood.

The effort will reportedly include four new songs plus 30 of his biggest hits. The CDs will also come with a DVD featuring 33 of Brooks' music videos.

Despite "officially" retiring in 2001, Brooks has released a greatest-hits box set and 'Lost Sessions' CD through Wal Mart, as well as 2005's highest-debuting single, 'Good Ride Cowboy' -- a tribute to his late friend, country star Chris LeDoux. This new project, however, will be Brooks' first label-distributed album since 2001's 'Scarecrow.'

With over 115 million albums sold in the U.S. alone, Brooks is second only to Elvis Presley in album sales by a solo artist.

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