10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Gretchen Wilson is the kind of artist who lets you know exactly who she is. "Some people look down on me," she sings on "Redneck Woman," moments after big-upping Skynyrd, beer, and Kid Rock. "I don't give a rip." And while the song celebrates a caricature, the album proves that Wilson is way more: "When I Think About Cheatin’" is a devastating ballad, and "Chariot" climaxes with a Beasties-style rap. This party is full of surprises.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Gretchen Wilson is the kind of artist who lets you know exactly who she is. "Some people look down on me," she sings on "Redneck Woman," moments after big-upping Skynyrd, beer, and Kid Rock. "I don't give a rip." And while the song celebrates a caricature, the album proves that Wilson is way more: "When I Think About Cheatin’" is a devastating ballad, and "Chariot" climaxes with a Beasties-style rap. This party is full of surprises.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

hello1 ,

Awesome!

All these songs are great definintly "Here for the Party" and "Redneck Woman"! If you don't buy the whole album than at least buy those songs!

bballgirl17 ,

HERE FOR THE GW!

This CD is the best CD out there!! Here For The Party is all about her life and her story... The best songs on this CD are, Here For The Party, Redneck Woman. I love all the songs but those two are 1000% rockin'! I really love the whole CD, another one that is awesome is 'Pocahontas Proud' because, Gretchen is from Pocahontas, IL and Gretchen shares what it was like to drop out of school and go tend bar. Well Gretchen this is your best WORK EVER!!!!

Da-0 ,

Best Modern Country I've Ever Heard!

I'll admit, I'm not the biggest country fan. In fact, I HATED country music before I heard "Here for the Party" and "Redneck Woman". Once I heard the rest of the album, I was sold. Now, I Just hate all modern country except for her. I'd actually call some of her stuff Southern Rock.
NOTE TO IDIOTS: Southern rock is like country only harder and the guitar is less twangy.

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