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Hell Yeah

by Montgomery Gentry

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Hell Yeah

by Montgomery Gentry

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Label: Columbia
Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry seem to personify Nashville's sin-and-redemption duality. (If you've never been, there's a church across the street from every strip bar.) This album celebrates both naughty and nice: one minute, they're thanking God; the next they're raising hell.

About This Album

Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry seem to personify Nashville's sin-and-redemption duality. (If you've never been, there's a church across the street from every strip bar.) This album celebrates both naughty and nice: one minute, they're thanking God; the next they're raising hell.

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About This Album

Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry seem to personify Nashville's sin-and-redemption duality. (If you've never been, there's a church across the street from every strip bar.) This album celebrates both naughty and nice: one minute, they're thanking God; the next they're raising hell.