White added a middle name, but didn't change her sound much. On the Springsteenian rave-up "Wild Love," her hillbilly vibrato left the impression of passion about to spin out of control. Her version of the redneck-pride anthem "I Am Just a Rebel" (earlier recorded by Billy Hill, Dennis Robbins and Confederate Railroad) added toughness to her image (as though she needed it), and the likes of "Too Gone to Care" and "On and on and On" showed she could rock out even while singing hard country.
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AllMusic Review by Brian Mansfield