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Larry the Cable Guy's 'Git-R-Done!' call to arms is sweeping the country. On the heels of the hit Blue Collar Comedy Tour, two concert films (and soundtracks), Blue Collar TV and his chart-topping Lord, I Apologize solo album debut, 2004's A Very Larry Christmas went Top 10 Country and nearly Top 40 pop. Now The Right to Bare Arms, recorded in Houston in January 2005, becomes his first solo effort to be originally released on a major label. A blue-collar guy for the red states, Larry the Cable Guy reaches for the sky with The Right to Bare Arms.
Larry the Cable Guy's 'Git-R-Done!' call to arms is sweeping the country. On the heels of the hit Blue Collar Comedy Tour, two concert films (and soundtracks), Blue Collar TV and his chart-topping Lord, I Apologize solo album debut, 2004's A Very Larry Christmas went Top 10 Country and nearly Top 40 pop. Now The Right to Bare Arms, recorded in Houston in January 2005, becomes his first solo effort to be originally released on a major label. A blue-collar guy for the red states, Larry the Cable Guy reaches for the sky with The Right to Bare Arms.
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Format: CD
Label: WB
Catalog: 49300
Rel. Date: 03/29/2005
UPC: 093624930020

The Right To Bare Arms
Artist: Larry The Cable Guy
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Larry the Cable Guy's 'Git-R-Done!' call to arms is sweeping the country. On the heels of the hit Blue Collar Comedy Tour, two concert films (and soundtracks), Blue Collar TV and his chart-topping Lord, I Apologize solo album debut, 2004's A Very Larry Christmas went Top 10 Country and nearly Top 40 pop. Now The Right to Bare Arms, recorded in Houston in January 2005, becomes his first solo effort to be originally released on a major label. A blue-collar guy for the red states, Larry the Cable Guy reaches for the sky with The Right to Bare Arms.

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''The Right to Bare Arms'' is an album by American comedian Larry the Cable Guy. This album was released on March 29, 2005 on Warner Bros. Records Nashville. It has been certified gold by the RIAA. - Wikipedia

        
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