7 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The brilliance of You Might Be a Redneck If... resides in Jeff Foxworthy’s talent for teasing blue-collar America while pledging his allegiance to it. He also possesses a Mark Twain-like knack for picking apart the absurdities of regional dialect in Dixie. “Words in the South” isn’t caricature—it’s just accurate. But not every bit is rooted in working-class eccentricity. Any dad—urban or rural, North or South—will see himself reflected in the hilarious “Life as a Father.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

The brilliance of You Might Be a Redneck If... resides in Jeff Foxworthy’s talent for teasing blue-collar America while pledging his allegiance to it. He also possesses a Mark Twain-like knack for picking apart the absurdities of regional dialect in Dixie. “Words in the South” isn’t caricature—it’s just accurate. But not every bit is rooted in working-class eccentricity. Any dad—urban or rural, North or South—will see himself reflected in the hilarious “Life as a Father.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

volzfan ,

The Original

This is some of Foxworthy's early work. Therefore, I have to give it a great review because it is original and it is normal life funny. Foxworthy doesn't go to the F-bomb to get a cheap laugh and I appreciate that.

Gbone ,

Comic Genius

This is Jeff Foxworthy at his finest. GREAT!!

MustangT ,

This album...

I was born in '92. My parents have had this album since it came out, when I was two. I have heard this album many a time over the past fourteen years, and I've got to say, it remains funny to this day. I can recite this album word for word from beginning to end, and it's still funny. Jeff Foxworthy's take on married life makes me bust a gut every single time I listen to it. It's been great having this over my life course to this point. Whenever I need a laugh, I turn this on.

Definitely get this album, if you're a Foxworthy fan.

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