An EMI Records Nashville Release; ℗ 2020 BigEC Records LLC, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc.
Stick That in Your Country Song - Single Tracklist:
Long time fan of EC. Been to more than 5 of his concerts. Spent several hundred dollars doing so. Hard dose of reality? I can watch the news for free. C’mon EC.... get back to your roots. Please.
The harsh reality for (not all), but many...along with a very catchy rhythm. You can’t fix anything if you refuse to acknowledge it even exists. Just know this: You can certainly raise your fist, shout it out and dance to this one.
I think almost every person can agree that this song IS Eric Church. The passion and fire he has an artist fits this song perfectly. Desperate Man is gone and The Chief is officially back!
If you wanna feel a rush. If you wanna feel alive. Eric Church is your guy. If you prefer songs with substance that will make you think, buy all of Eric’s albums. Authentic, original and passion = EFC. If you don’t like him. You can screw yourself. And den go straight to hell!
So sick and tired of the same boring love/break up songs from the male country artists out on radio. Finally someone sings something about life! That is what country music should be about. LIFE!
This is 100% rocking Eric Church. If you have ever been to an EC concert, you will understand. This song unleashes and gives you all the feels of a live EC concert. I LOVE THIS SONG! I can’t wait to see him play it live!! STICK THAT IN YOUR COUNTRY SONG!!! This is one of his best yet. Well done sir, well done!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️it!
Personally, this song is super depressing.....yes there are things wrong in our country but if after listening to this you’d think the country was about to collapse. Don’t waste your money unless you want to be depressed.
I like this one a lot. You may not and that’s ok. I think it’s a great song. I’m no musical expert like some of you out there. Try looking at the lyrics and then take a listen or two. I think you might like it. If not then there’s lots of other stuff you can listen to. The words speak to some of us.
It don’t mind politically-themed songs. This particular song says very little of actual substance, and the “edgy” issues he raises (like soldiers coming home from war) are all things that are regularly covered in country music. It’s also not particularly inspiring or brave to “sing truth to power” when you only do it when it’s politically expedient.
This is awesome. I cannot even explain how much this song is on fire. I would say that I would love to see a collaboration between Church and Stapleton, but I’m not completely sure that we would be able to handle the magnitude of how awesome that would be. The chief never disappoints.