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  1. Tule
    May 28,  · Here for the Party is the debut studio album by American country music singer Gretchen Wilson. It reached the top of the US country charts in May and number 2 on the Billboard album charts. Featured on the album is Wilson's breakthrough debut single, "Redneck Woman", a Number One hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts/5(24).
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  2. Brarr
    Apr 21,  · A great concept gone wrong; Under the Covers is a great study on how _not_ to do a cover albulm. On the good side: These are not country mixes of rock tunes. A couple of the songs On the bad side: The sound pruduction is horrible. Vocal, instument, drum mix sounds like they were mixed together at random. The bands timing is off; Not /5(59).
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  3. Arashizahn
    Gretchen Wilson discography. The second and third — Under the Covers and Christmas in My Heart — consisted of cover songs of classic rock and Christmas music, respectively. She also released her first live album, Still Here for the Party, in October to commemorate the tenth anniversary of Compilation albums: 3.
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  4. Gajora
    Gretchen Wilson has the kind of back story the world loves: a young girl who never got past the eighth grade, grew up in trailer parks, waitressed and bartended in bars and clubs to get by, and sang on the side in cover bands, suddenly bursts onto the country scene and becomes an 7/
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  5. Temi
    Apr 21,  · On Under The Covers, Gretchen performs her own interpretations of some of the songs that influenced her including 'I Want You To Want Me', 'Doctor My Eyes', 'Stay With Me', 'Hot Blooded', 'Lights' and many others/5(59).
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