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Kid Rock Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 11 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B0000CC6QE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (205 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,543 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Rock n’ Roll Pain Train
2. Cadillac Pussy (with Hank Williams, Jr.)
3. Feel Like Makin' Love
4. Black Bob
5. Jackson, Mississippi
6. Cold and Empty
7. Intro
8. Rock n’ Roll
9. Hillbilly Stomp
10. I Am
11. Son Of Detroit
12. Do It For You
13. Hard Night For Sarah
14. Run Off To LA
15. Single Father


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By SouthernBoy on Nov. 15 2003
Format: Audio CD
if I wanted a new Styx album, I'd go buy Styx....
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By T. Mitchell on Nov. 14 2003
Format: Audio CD
I know that Kid Rock likes KISS, and this is evidence: He's created his own version of "Music From The Elder."
OK, "Picture" was good song, but did you have to abandon everything in favor radio play? You were getting that when you carved out a niche for what you do best, which isn't this. This is the worst George Strait album ever made. If it was free it would be a ripoff. Pat Boone's "In A Metal Mood" is the only album that compares to this that I can think of. I'm still waiting for "50 Cent Does The Best of Show Tunes." Maybe they can be a 2-for-1 deal when it comes out.
American Lame Ass! - Next?!?!?!
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By Shangelle on May 29 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is great! A more mature album I find. But still kick-ass music. Great album, lots of songs, and great collaborations with other artistes. Good Cd!
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Let me first say that I am a new Kid Rock fan. I was very skeptical about a metal-rap artist at first. But I really enjoyed his beer commercials and his performance at super bowl 38 was the only one I enjoyed at halftime.
Several months afterwards, while bumming out that Creed had broken up, I purchased "Devil W/O a Cause" and this CD, also. I must say I wasn't disappointed.
This self-titled CD is full of Stones "Exile on Main Street" type rockers, such as "Rock and Roll Pain Train," "Rock and Roll," and a 70's-ish Rod Stewart sound-alike ("Cadillac P***y").
Kid pulls out the stops on the grunge, hung-over, drug abusing ear-splitter "Jackson, Mississippi" and produces another bragadoccio rap song on "Intro." These are the most in-your-face, modern style of rap and rock songs on the CD.
But it's his softer songs that are the most enjoyable. He bares his soul on "Cold and Empty" and "I Am." And the bonus song, co-written by country music outlaw and living legend, David Allan Coe, "Single Father" is a classic. It is minimalist in style with only drums and organ.
Kid also covers Bad Company's "Feel Like Making Love" with a cool arrangement but his cover of Coe's "Son of the South" could've done with a new arrangement somehow. He should have made the guitars heavier or perhaps included some kind of rap in the middle (He changed the title to "Son of Detroit.")
I must say that is you are pushing 40 and want to hear something modern that hearkens back to the 70's classic rock sounds, such as old Stones, Allman Brothers, Rod Stewart, and even my favorite country singer, David Allan Coe, this is definitely the CD to buy.
If you are a Kid Rock/Limp Bizkit fan, you probably won't like this one....unless you like the aforementioned bands.
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This is by far the best Kid Rock CD out there. He proves again just how versatile of an artist he is, combining Country, Rock, Hip hop, and Soul in one great boiling pot of a CD. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes Southern Rock and Roll with a little country and alot of heart.
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By Smooth on July 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is a true American Bad Ass. KID ROCK IS SICK! I like the way Kid Rock brought out the old skool sounds on this album...IT F&*KING ROCKS!
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By A Customer on July 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a GREAT CD. Although it is a departure from Kid Rock's previous hard rock/rap style, this CD illustrates the true depth and range of his talent as a musician. A prequel to this CD can be heard in "God Knows Why" on Devil Without A Cause.
The music reflects and pays homage to Kid Rock's southern rock influences with songs from "Cadillac Pussy" with Hank Williams Jr., to the excellent covers of "Feel Like Makin' Love" and "Hard Night For Sarah". The theme for this entire CD can be summed up in the lyrics from "I Am"...
"And I am Boston and DC
And all of Detroit City
I am everything
That Hollywood wants to be
I am southern rock and roll
Country and hip hop soul
And you'll never put a finger on me"
You may never be able to put a finger on Kid Rock's style, but put your money down for this CD, because you will not regret it.
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read the title, not a lie. This album is awesome. Sometimes you get a good album and a few songs annoy you, but not this album, I dont skip any songs! "Cold And Empty" is so powerful and beautiful. Buy this album and see the greatest current live rock and roll show, Kid Rock.
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