|3. Devil Without A Cause|
|4. I Am The Bullgod|
|5. Roving Gangster (Rollin')|
|6. Wasting Time|
|7. Welcome 2 The Party (Ode 2 The Old School)|
|8. I Got One For Ya|
|9. Somebody's Gotta Feel This|
|10. Fist Of Rage|
|11. Only God Knows Why|
|12. F-ck Off|
|13. Where U At Rock|
|14. Black Chick, White Guy|
Nope. It's alive and dangerous. For those of us who miss loud guitars and controversial lyrics, Kid Rock has come to the rescue.
If you are a hard rock fan and can keep from banging your head during "Bawidaba," you don't have the volume loud enough. If you don't bang your head after the piano break in "Cowboy," you need to buy Pat Boone's "In a Metal Mood." If you don't sing along to the bridge in "Roving Gangster," perhaps you need to take your a** to the early-bird special at Denny's and take your geritol.
If you miss the danger of G N'R, you'll love the drug-glorifying jams of "I Am the Bullgod" and "Where You at Rock?"
While I've never been a fan of hip hop, I must say I thoroughly enjoy the drug-glamorizing, braggadoccio of Kid Rock's "Devil Without a Cause." Imagine the Beastie Boys merged with G n' R, Zeppelin, and Skynyrd and you have Kid Rock.
If you're looking for modern music with the edginess of the backporch of a house overlooking the Pacific in SoCal, this is it.