The wildest, coolest, bossest, funniest, fiercest country-music album of the season is undoubtedly Bobby Lee Springfield's debut record, All Fired Up! (Epic * * * * ). A songwriter for acts as various as Eddy Arnold and the Oak Ridge Boys, Springfield's own music is far more hard-country than that of his clients. "Hank Drank," country music's umpteenth salute to Hank Williams Sr., is one of the few homages that might actually have been written by the master himself, and you've never heard a chain gang used as a romantic metaphor the way Springfield does on "Chain Gang." From "I Need a Girlfriend" to "Jesus, You've Been a Friend to Me" - from the sensuous to the spiritual - Springfield displays his range, along with some of the wittiest singing that a country boy has ever mustered. Listen to his album and you may get as fired up as he is.