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Ready to Get Rowdy

Gretchen Wilson

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1
Stacy
Gretchen Wilson
3:28
2
Salt Mines
Gretchen Wilson
4:09
3
Summertime Town
Gretchen Wilson
2:51
4
Rowdy
Gretchen Wilson
3:30
5
Whiskey and My Bible
Gretchen Wilson
4:13
6
Bad Feeling (feat. Kid Rock)
Gretchen Wilson; Kid Rock
3:13
7
Letting Go of Hanging On
Gretchen Wilson
3:12
8
I Ain't That Desperate Yet
Gretchen Wilson
2:55
9
Hard Earned Money
Gretchen Wilson
3:31
10
Mary Kay & Maybelline
Gretchen Wilson
4:03
11
A Little Loretta
Gretchen Wilson
2:36
12
Big Wood Deck
Gretchen Wilson
2:51
Total Playing Time    40:32
“Appropriately, ‘Rowdy’ winds to a close with nearly a minute's worth of vocal ad-libs and thunderous guitar riffage, a move that's better suited to the live arena than the radio playlist. In a genre now dominated by hard-rock honky-tonkers like Jason Aldean, ‘Rowdy’ offers something new: a female's perspective on the glories of getting crazy, one whiskey shot at a time.”
- Robert Crawford, Rolling Stone

Country music songbird Gretchen Wilson presents her eighth studio album, Ready to Get Rowdy, a highly anticipated comeback that teems with her signature ‘redneck woman’ partying spirit.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Redneck Records Studio Masters

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