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I Got Your Country Right Here by Gretchen Wilson

Album

I Got Your Country Right Here

Gretchen Wilson

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Album

I Got Your Country Right Here

Gretchen Wilson

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Label: Redneck Records
Gretchen Wilson is proof that an artist can fall into obscurity just as quickly as they can rise to fame. After sagging sales, Wilson asked to be released from her recording contract to start her own label, Redneck Records. I Got Your Country Right Here is a sassy return to form with rockers such as "Work Hard, Play Harder," the catfight-in-the-making "The Earrings Song," the overtly political "Blue Collar Done Turned Red" and the state-of-country-music lament "Outlaws and Renegades." Other highlights include "I'm Only Human" and the sparse and delicate "I'd Love to Be Your Last."

About This Album

Gretchen Wilson is proof that an artist can fall into obscurity just as quickly as they can rise to fame. After sagging sales, Wilson asked to be released from her recording contract to start her own label, Redneck Records. I Got Your Country Right Here is a sassy return to form with rockers such as "Work Hard, Play Harder," the catfight-in-the-making "The Earrings Song," the overtly political "Blue Collar Done Turned Red" and the state-of-country-music lament "Outlaws and Renegades." Other highlights include "I'm Only Human" and the sparse and delicate "I'd Love to Be Your Last."

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About This Album

Gretchen Wilson is proof that an artist can fall into obscurity just as quickly as they can rise to fame. After sagging sales, Wilson asked to be released from her recording contract to start her own label, Redneck Records. I Got Your Country Right Here is a sassy return to form with rockers such as "Work Hard, Play Harder," the catfight-in-the-making "The Earrings Song," the overtly political "Blue Collar Done Turned Red" and the state-of-country-music lament "Outlaws and Renegades." Other highlights include "I'm Only Human" and the sparse and delicate "I'd Love to Be Your Last."