Gretchen Wilson - All Jacked Up | RECORD STORE DAY

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''All Jacked Up'' is the second album by American country musician, Gretchen Wilson, released in 2005 on Epic Records (see 2005 in country music). The album's title track served as its lead-off single. Debuting at #21 on the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Songs charts, it set what was then the record for the highest-debuting single by a female country artist. "All Jacked Up" went on to peak at #8 on the country charts, and was followed by three more singles: "I Don't Feel Like Loving You Today" (#22), "Politically Uncorrect" (#23), and "California Girls" (#25). Overall, ''All Jacked Up'' was certified platinum by the RIAA for shipments of one million copies in the U.S.

Also featured on this album are "He Ain't Even Cold Yet" (which was originally recorded by Ken Mellons on his 1995 album ''Where Forever Begins'') and a cover of Billie Holiday's pop standard "Good Morning Heartache". - Wikipedia

Raucous and reckless it may be, but the title track's still no "Redneck Woman." Elsewhere, though, Gretchen offers less predictable pleasures, sticking up for farmers and single moms on the Merle Haggard duet "Politically Uncorrect" and following in Ol' Dirty Bastard's voice-steps with a cover of Billie Holiday's "Good Morning Heartache."