Nine Track Mind is Charlie Puth's debut studio album that was released on January 29, 2016 by Artist Partners and Atlantic Records.


  1. One Call Away
  2. Dangerously
  3. Marvin Gaye (featuring Meghan Trainor)
  4. Losing My Mind
  5. We Don't Talk Anymore (featuring Selena Gomez)
  6. My Gospel
  7. Up All Night
  8. Left Right Left
  9. Then There's You
  10. Suffer
  11. As You Are (featuring Shy Carter)
  12. Some Type of Love
  13. See You Again (from "Furious 7") (with Wiz Khalifa)

Chart PerformanceEdit

"Nine Track Mind" peaked at #6 on the Billboard 200 and was certified 2x platinum by the RIAA.

Critical ReceptionEdit

"Nine Track Mind" received negative reviews from music critics, who were critical of the album's writing, production, and Puth's overall performance.

On Metacritic,the album gained an average score of 37, based on 7 reviews, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews," making it the 15th worst critic-reviewed album on the website.

The Guardian's Rachel Aroesti gave Nine Track Mind three out of five stars, saying, "the standard of his songwriting is consistently high, and his central theme — romantic obsession that verges on the masochistic — makes for a record that softly burns."

In a negative review for Pitchfork, Jia Tolentino — recognizing Puth's talent and "considerable abilities" — wrote that "the album's emotional range covers the spectrum from light longing to light infatuation, contributing to the overall sense that Nine Track Mind is aimed exclusively at hairlessness: children, prepubescents, the discomfitingly waxed."

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