10 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

The songs on If You're Going Through Hell are down-home, fun loving country rockers worthy of a punch on the jukebox during happy hour at your favorite saloon. The title track is an inspired and uplifting twang-pop ditty offering some aggressive advice. "Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy)" jokes about frightening your daughter's new boyfriend into bringing her home at a reasonable hour.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The songs on If You're Going Through Hell are down-home, fun loving country rockers worthy of a punch on the jukebox during happy hour at your favorite saloon. The title track is an inspired and uplifting twang-pop ditty offering some aggressive advice. "Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy)" jokes about frightening your daughter's new boyfriend into bringing her home at a reasonable hour.

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

689 Ratings

If You're Going Through Hell

CenFlaBlonde,

Now THIS is PURE country, and it's ALL good. Nice, clear voice that delivers messages and stories, draws out laughter and tears, tugs on heart strings and stirs up an inner pride that says, "Yep, proud to be country . . . and tickled pink country music got Rodney Atkins." Now, that's what I'm talkin' about. He nails it! He's one of our people and he did us proud.

Worth every cent!

NYCCntryGrl,

You will not be disappointed in this purchase! Rodney's sophomore album is sure to be a hit. First off the title cut off this album is an anthem that anyone can call their own who has to handle some of lifes hardships and faced them head on and won or for that person who needs that helping hand to help pull them through. As for the rest of the album, it's a mixture of humor, pride, traditions, hardships, heartbreak and finding your way through it all and most of all LOVE. This allbum offers love in every sense of the word. It's worth every cent!

About Rodney Atkins

Though country singer Rodney Atkins didn't get his first guitar until one Christmas in high school, he took to the instrument instantly and was soon playing anywhere he could around his Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, home. While at college at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, Atkins used the opportunity to go into Nashville as often as he could, and by the time he graduated, he was starting to make himself known as a performer in the area. In 1997, he signed to Curb Records and was set to release his debut shortly after, but when he didn't like the finished results and label head Mike Curb gave him the go-ahead to record new songs, Atkins spent the next two years working with various producers, engineers, and musicians for an album that would ultimately never see the light of day. He resurfaced, however, in 2003 with his true debut, Honesty, and three years later, If You're Going Through Hell, recorded in his home studio, came out. It's America arrived in 2009. Take a Back Road, Atkins' fourth studio album, appeared in 2011, led by the title track, one of that summer’s most memorable singles (complete with a George Strait name check) and it became Atkins' fastest-rising single to date. ~ Marisa Brown

  • ORIGIN
    Knoxville, TN
  • GENRE
    Country
  • BORN
    Mar 28, 1969

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