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Cocky Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 20 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B00005R2IN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 196 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,309 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Trucker Anthem
2. Forever
3. Lay It On Me
4. Cocky
5. What I Learned Out On The Road
6. I'm Wrong, But You Ain't Right
7. Lonely Road of Faith
8. You Never Met a Motherfucker Quite Like Me
9. Picture (w/Sheryl Crow)
10. I'm a Dog
11. Midnight Train to Memphis
12. Baby Come Home
13. Drunk In the Morning
14. WCSR (w/Snoop Dogg) (Bonus Track)

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Product Description

Kid Rock struts back into the spotlight with COCKY, the long-awaited follow-up to his 1998 classic, DEVIL WITHOUT A CAUSE. Packed with brash tracks like the swaggering first single, "Forever," COCKY sees Detroit's Favorite Son doing what he does best - stirring up a multitude of musical styles into his own unique brand of chicken-fried rock n' roll. Electric metal, streetwise hip-hop, classic country, powerhouse punk, and redneck boogie all combine to make that unstoppable, undeniable Kid Rock sound - the very same sonic assault that blew up radio and MTV with such hits as "Bawitdaba," "Cowboy," "Only God Knows Why", and "American Bad Ass." With larger-than-life arena anthems like "Lonely Road Of Faith," COCKY burns with rambunctilus energy, thanks in large part to the always-brawny backing of the Twisted Brown Trucker band, along with special guest shots from Sheryl Crow and Snoop Dogg.


He's been a cowboy and a pimp and an American bad-ass, but now Kid Rock is just plain Cocky: it's nice to know that fame, fortune and the envy of millions have allowed him to be the proper rock star he's always wanted to be. There's no real change from his breakthrough album Devil Without a Cause, then; Cocky is another hard-partying mix of hard rock and hip-hop, backed once again by his Twisted Brown Truckers (including DJ and star-in-his-own-right Uncle Kracker). If anything, the Kid's now taken his act farther South, mixing in the delta blues (no really, it's there in "Drunk in the Morning"), country music (realising, quite rightly, that one can never have too much pedal-steel guitar) and Dixie-fried rock (he even samples Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Freebird" on "You Never Met a Motherfucker Quite Like Me"). And, at times, the Kid even starts to act his age, though we all always knew he'd grow old disgracefully. So while for the most part the lyrics still follow the same themes (women, booze, money, his general greatness), there are glimpses of genuine introspection that leak through on songs such as "Picture" (with, of all people, Sheryl Crow) and "Lonely Load of Faith". It doesn't stick, though; once a Kid, always a Kid. Fortunately, there's nobody who does it better than him. --Robert Burrow

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Format: LP Record
A fantastic mix of southern rock and rap one of my favorite albums, unique if you don't mind the obscenities. The sound however was a little like a scud missile close but doesn't quite hit the spot. The upper end detail was good. The depth was in and out, some songs had some depth while others were lacking it but there was never quite enough. I had to turn up the bass a notch to give it some impact and warm up the overall tone. Having said that the CD I have was better with more depth and a warmer overall sound. The vinyl itself wasn't bad, there is some surface noise but nothing too distracting.
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Format: Audio CD
Cocky is the best cd in my cd rack right now, and I don't know if it will ever change, Cocky is that good!
Now granted that Cocky is my only Kid Rock cd and it's probley gonna stay that way, unless I buy his self titled cd, but thats besides the point, on to the ratings! Also I have the edited cd, so you know.
#1 Trucker Anthem 6/10
Trucker Anthem is a great song to start off the cd with. I'm just not comfortable with the whole [...] thing.
#2 Forever 10/10
Forever is a really good song. When Kid says "I make punk rock and I mix it with the hip-hop" it's true!
Kid Rock is Forever! It's a great song plain out straight simple!
#3 Lay It On Me 8/10
Lay It On Me is a simple song with a great beat. I really like Kid Rock's refrence to Tommy Lee "replaced you're wife(Pam Anderson) with some two bit missy, now she's hangin' out up in Detroit city!" Love that part. This song has it all!
#4 Cocky 7/10
Cocky um... it's a good song. It has a few blanks you can still make out, but it's still okay.
I like the beat, it's good beat kinda like Old School Kid Rock!
Still good!
#5 What I've Leanrned Out On The Road 10/10
What I've Learned Out On The Road is awsome! The beat, the lyrics, the everything just rocks! I just love this song, I really like the refrences to Detriot and Michigan that's represntin' for you! Love the guitar parts also!
#6 I'm Wrong, But You Ain't Right 5/10
I'm Wrong, But You Ain't Right it starts out slow but picks about a minute in. It's a good song once it picks up and it's got a few cool guitar parts in it that rock! A good song in general!
#7 Lonely Road Of Faith 10/10
Lonley Road Of Faith is a wonderful song it really says alot.
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Format: Audio CD
On the follow-up to a amazingly successful Devil Without A Cause, Robert Ritchie(a.k.a. Kid Rock) goes back to his roots. Most of the time when artists do this, it means the cupboard is bare, but for the Kid that's not the case. Oh, he likes Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr. and ZZ Top. And on the appropriately titled Cocky, he's not afraid to show it. I'm not even a Kid Rock fan, but this record's pretty cool; most of the time sounding like Lynyrd Skynyrd on crack. "Lay It On Me" quotes T Rex's "Bang a Gong." The gospel "Lonely Road Of Faith" sounds like Marshall Tucker. Kid and his posse still get amped up on "I'm Wrong, But You Ain't Right" and the punk "I'm A Dog," but mostly stay in their blues rock comfort zone. The definitely country "Picture" (sung with Sheryl Crow)sounds like an old George Jones song. I don't know if anyone else could put 70's redneck rock together with self-boasting rap and make it work, but Kid Rock does a damn good job of it. Hopefully all you other rap-rockers out there are listening: he succeeds because he doesn't take himself too seriously.
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Format: Audio CD
This CD is awesome. When I first bought it, I didn't really like it too well, but then I just kept listening to it, and it became a great album in my opinion. Kid Rock sounds more like a modern day Hank Williams Jr. and Lynyrd Skynyrd on this album. His other albums have been hard rock, but now we finally get to hear some southern rock mixed with a little bit of country. I would rate the songs as followed:
1) Trucker Anthem - a good song with a great beat and one that makes your adrenaline rush through your body. 4/5
2) Forever - Kid's first single from this album. A great song that is very catchy and will still be good years from now. 5/5
3) Lay It On Me - one of the only songs on the album, that isn't great. 3/5
4) Cocky - took me a while to like this song, but now I listen to it all the time. 5/5
5) What I Learned Out On The Road - the best song on the album in my opinion. Sounds somewhat like Lynyrd Skynyrd. 5/5
6) I'm Wrong But You Ain't Right - a decent song that has to be listened to a few times before it is liked. 4/5
7) Lonely Road of Faith - a great song that is dedicated to Joe C from the Trucker Band. 5/5
8) You Never Met A Motherf***er Quite Like Me - I love this song! It is the second best song on the album. The beat is awesome, and the lyrics are even better! 5/5
9) Picture - a more soft country type song, but still a great track to listen to. Sheryl Crow adds a good touch to this song. 5/5
10) I'm A Dog - a good party song with a great beat and funny lyrics. Listen to this song everybody! 5/5
11) Midnight Train To Memphis - a decent more country like song. Not as good as Picture though. 4/5
12) Baby Come Home - an awesome song with a Hank Williams Jr. sound mixed with classic Kid Rock lyrics.
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