Across Travis Tritt's nearly 30-year career, he's recorded just 10 studio albums. It's a modest count for a tried-and-true country singer considering that, in the 1970s alone, Columbia issued 17 Johnny Cash albums.

After deep-diving into Tritt's recordings, his habit of cutting a long-player every three years, as opposed to every few months, feels like a positive. It limits filler, allowing for such start-to-finish classics as Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof, It's All About to ChangeThe Restless Kind and other impressively strong albums from a genre driven by hit singles.

Read on to find out how The Boot ranks a catalog of albums without a total dud. The list focuses on Tritt's mainstream studio output, skipping compilations, live recordings, Tritt's 1992 Christmas album and his hard-to-find, independent release from 1987, Proud of the Country.