The Bottom Line
- "All Jacked Up"
- "Politically Incorrect"
- "Not Bad for a Bartender"
- Absolutely None.
- Released on Epic Records.
- Produced by Gretchen Wilson, John Rich and Mark Wright.
- There are 12 tracks, which includes one hidden track.
Guide Review - Gretchen Wilson - All Jacked Up
Her songs also tend to deal more with the blue-collar life, which isn't always politically correct. "All Jacked Up" is about going out and getting so drunk you don't know what you are doing then trying to get in your vehicle afterward. At the end, after recounting all the stupid stuff she did while under the influence, she delivers the message that you should never get in your vehicle while you are 'all jacked up.' Another song that had politicians up in arms is called "Skoal Ring." It is a redneck love song. She doesn't need to get gifts and flowers or go out every night, but she wants a hard-working man with a 'skoal ring' on his pocket. Another person know for politically incorrect lyrics at times is Merle Haggard and he joins her for a duet on the aptly titled "Politically Incorrect." They sing about the people they stand for who are often overlooked in today's society. "Not Bad for a Bartender" is an autobiographical song for her. She talks about how far she's come from a bartender with an 8th grade education. This is just a good country album all the way through. It is real and it is from the heart, which is exactly what country music is all about.