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Rock N Roll Jesus Explicit Lyrics

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Oct. 9 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B000ULQUS0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,501 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Rock N Roll Jesus
2. Amen
3. All Summer Long
4. Roll On
5. So Hott
6. Sugar
7. When U Love Someone
8. New Orleans
9. Don't Tell Me U Love Me
10. Blue Jeans And A Rosary
11. Half Your Age
12. Lowlife [Living The Highlife]

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Japanese pressing includes one bonus track. Warner. 2008.

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Kid Rock maintains a remarkable propensity for wearing his contradictions on his sleeve, and more than anything he's previously released, Rock n Roll Jesus finds fuel in unresolved opposites. Is he a hard-core chauvinist ("Half Your Age") or a would-be gentlemen ("When U Love Someone")? Is he a God-fearing everyman ("Blue Jeans and a Rosary") or a bohemian hero ("So Hott")? These questions are nothing new, even if the album at hand takes them to freshly delirious extremes. Ever since he first began shedding his rap/rock posture to be the next Ted Nugent, Kid Rock has constructed his public persona out of full-frontal ambivalence: race, class, sex, religion, money, whatever it takes. This album's bookends--the title song and "bonus" track, "Lowlife (Living the Highlife)"--demonstrate all this irreconcilable nonsense in no uncertain terms, but all his polar wobbling is at least stabilized by a firm commitment to southern-styled rock, tinged at times with gospel, blues, a lingering need to rap ("Sugar"), and a rare, soul-fed instrumental jambalaya ("New Orleans"). In the end, Kid Rock may be a remarkable self-promoter, but a musical Messiah he is not. --Jason Kirk


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deadly cd
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love the cd he does on it thanks again
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just love it!!! Just got it today sounds so much better on vinyl look at every record store could not order this said you can't get this any more 7 diff places thank you amazon!!!
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I wasn't a great Kid Rock fan before, but this CD is now one of the favourites in my collection. Something for everyone, Heavy Metal to Country. Amen with its Gospel feel, the thought provoking ballad of Roll On where he out Cougar'd Mellancamp, catch the driving bass drum on Sugar, and the best piece Blue Jeans and a Rosary.
Kid Rock has matured. I just wonder why this hasn't received more air time?
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