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If You're Going Through Hell

by Rodney Atkins

If You're Going Through Hell by Rodney Atkins

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If You're Going Through Hell

by Rodney Atkins

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Label: Curb Records
If you're sick of contemporary country albums loaded with fattening fluff, get on the Rodney Atkins diet with If You're Going Through Hell. "These Are My People" is a meaty, honky-tonk ditty that drives small town themes into the ground (or into the sunset if you're from a small town). "About The South" will move anyone who has ever caught and consumed their own crawfish from a creek. Throughout his third album, Atkins implements the same kind of fast-talkin' rhyming that Billy Joel used in "We Didn't Start The Fire."

About This Album

If you're sick of contemporary country albums loaded with fattening fluff, get on the Rodney Atkins diet with If You're Going Through Hell. "These Are My People" is a meaty, honky-tonk ditty that drives small town themes into the ground (or into the sunset if you're from a small town). "About The South" will move anyone who has ever caught and consumed their own crawfish from a creek. Throughout his third album, Atkins implements the same kind of fast-talkin' rhyming that Billy Joel used in "We Didn't Start The Fire."

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About This Album

If you're sick of contemporary country albums loaded with fattening fluff, get on the Rodney Atkins diet with If You're Going Through Hell. "These Are My People" is a meaty, honky-tonk ditty that drives small town themes into the ground (or into the sunset if you're from a small town). "About The South" will move anyone who has ever caught and consumed their own crawfish from a creek. Throughout his third album, Atkins implements the same kind of fast-talkin' rhyming that Billy Joel used in "We Didn't Start The Fire."