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Kid Rock

Kid Rock Audio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)

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Rock N Roll Jesus is Kid Rock’s most honest, eclectic, and soulful record to date. It’s his State of the Union address, a deeply personal statement that looks at racism in America, empathizes with soldiers in Iraq (Rock visited the troops last Christmas) and also lays bare his tormented relationship with Pam Anderson. During their breakup, Rock assumed a low profile, focusing on ... Read more in Amazon's Kid Rock Store

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  • Audio CD (11 Nov 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0000CC6QE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 116,823 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Rock N' Roll Pain Train
2. Cadillac Pussy
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 L.A.
15. Single Father

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Kid Rock ~ Kid Rock

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Is there no limit to this mans greatness? 1 Dec 2003
Format:Audio CD
I've been a kid rock fan for such a long time, and can't help being anything short of outstanded everytime this man progresses. While many hard rock and guitar fans are upset that this isn't really Kid's scene anymore, anyone with an eye for pure musical class will tell you this is his greatest musical release so far. His progression through genre is what seperates and makes him superior to those he was once compared with. Can you imagine Limp Bizkit or Eminem singing 'Picture' (Cocky) or 'Cold and Empty'? I've heard people saying that he is going to lose a lot of fans who adored his rap-rock culture. My advice to Kid (and I've heard he regularly visits amazon lol) would be that for every fan you'll lose, you'll gain 10 more becuase of this musical genius. Don't just believe me, buy it !!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Kid does it again 14 Nov 2003
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This is the fifth Kid Rock album I have bought now and I still can't get enough of his music. His new album hints more towards the country side of the Kid, maybe influenced by his close friend the GREAT Hank Williams Jr. We heard some of this in his "Cocky" album such as Lonely Road of Faith amongst others. The new album has more slow songs such as Rock n roll pain train and Hard Night for sarah. However we see other sides to Kid with songs such as "Cold and Empty" and "I Am" which come across as deep and meaningful songs which, although are unlike Kid, are brilliantly performed and good to listen to. Of course we see flashes of the guy we know and love in songs such as Intro and Hillbilly Stomp. Overall the album is an excellent mix of Kid's ever expanding musical talent and the tunes that got you listening in him in the first place, he even manages to get a few digs in at Pam aswell. Would recommend it to anyone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Keep Rollin Rock! 26 Mar 2004
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I've followed Rock for a while now with my first album purchase being Devil Without a Cause. I'll be the first to admit this is not the same style as his Devil and History records, it follows more of a country trend which was seen in Cocky. There's still a few pure Kid Rock tracks which rock, but these are accompanied by more laid-back, country, ballad, 'Picture' type tracks. Theres no distinguishing the fact that Kids music has moved on and developed into a deeper, more controlled sound. But hey, I aint knocking it. If you haven't heard Kid Rock before go for one of the three mentioned albums first to get a feel for 'Hip Rock'. But if you are a die hard Kid fan you need this! Trust me.
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's a slobberknocker folks 20 Jun 2004
By Shaun
Format:Audio CD
Having been a massive fan of Kid Rock for many years, the arrival of this self titled 4th major label album had me filled with great excitement. On the back of the rather musically and lyrically laid back Cocky, I was expecting yet another stellar effort, and Kid didn't disappoint.
Kicking off with Rock 'n' Roll Pain Train, the song is a great opener with some smooth acoustic guitar work and superb vocals. The song has a great tempo and is very lively, but you notice a rather different style. A largely bluesy and country tinged effort which really sets the tone for the album. Cadillac Pussy is a toe tapping tune with Hank Williams Jnr providing some guest vocals, again, very different Kid Rock musically. Feel Like Making Love, the first single from the album and a Bad Company cover, brings in the more familiar heavier edge to Kid Rock's style, mixing it with a calm smooth sound. Black Bob and Jackson Mississippi are songs that Kid goes back to his old school rhyming and heavy guitar work. Then comes Cold and Empty which is a beautifully written and performed song, the song feels so emotional, country influenced too which also is the same line that Do It For You goes down, a beautiful country tinged ballad. Rock N Roll is a fast paced tune that again, is superb. Another collaboration with Sheryl Crow is included on Run Off To LA, these two sound great together. Hillbilly Stomp and I Am are probably the two songs that don't really come flying out at you when you listen to them but they are still good efforts. Son Of Detroit really rounds off the direction Kid has come into, with a great fast paced country bluesy barn burner!
All in all, you cannot fault this album at all. Musically and lyrically perfect, Kid Rock really shows he has the talent to perform in any genre of music he wishes too. If you haven't got this album, or don't own a Kid Rock album, you need to start here or give this guy a chance. He deserves more mainstream attention in the UK!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Change in Style, some will like it some won't! 16 Nov 2003
Format:Audio CD
A friend recently was recently in America on Holiday and I gave him specific instruction to find this album and bring it back for me. I'm a Kid Rock fan and own his three other albums 'Devil Without a Cause', 'History of Rock' and 'Cocky'. Sure enough when my friend returned from his holiday he had the album. I put it in the CD Player straight away and gave it a listen.
This album is very different from his first two albums and though it is different from his last album 'Cocky', songs on that album sound like the material on this one. No longer is there the Rap/Rock songs that made up 'Devil Without a Cause' and 'History of Rock'. Instead you get a lot of country style songs similar to 'Midnight Train to Memphis' and 'Picture'(It's Kid Rock's song with an appearance by Sherly Crow not the other way round). This album further shows the progression of Kid Rock as an Artist and as a person, certainly showing more maturity with each release.
Kid Rock fans may snub this album, claiming he has gone soft or forgotten his roots. Kid Rock was born and raised in Detroit where he was exposed to many styles of music. Many people assume that Detroit is just about Rap and Hip Hop due to the likes of Eminem. Kid is trying to show another side of music. I personally like this album but understand that only a real die-hard will like it, the casual Kid Rock fan won't like this at all. Though after his last album Kid Rock warned of a change in style seeing as most of his songs had slower melodies and a more country feel, but also contained his Rap/Rock style as well, switching back and forth between the two styles on some songs. On this album he's just gone for the flat out Country feel.
I think the best songs on this album are 'I Am', 'Hard Night for Sarah' and 'Feel Like Making Love'.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars whats not to like, Its Kid Rock at his best
one of the best singer song writers ever, covers all sorts from rock, blues, country, hip hop, this guy has it all
Published 5 months ago by Mr. Adam Brelsford
4.0 out of 5 stars Typical KID!!!.
Very good album in the same vein as his last two albums before this one. However if you are looking for KID at his best song writing for mixing and matching his style, then his... Read more
Published 10 months ago by C. R. Ness
5.0 out of 5 stars kid rock
recently I have been trying to replace some of my cassette collection with the cd versions and when you can buy used of this quality why buy new thanks
Published 18 months ago by LG
5.0 out of 5 stars The best yet...
This album is in my opinion the best from Kid Rock yet. Whilst his first three mainstream albums; 'Devil Without A Cause', 'The History Of Rock' and 'Cocky', were each wonderful in... Read more
Published on 25 Nov 2007 by M. Harknett
4.0 out of 5 stars The Kid Who Grew Up (Maybe He Should Change His Name)
I've listened to Kid Rock for a long time. Ever since the early days of Grit Sandwiches. When Devil Without A Cause hit the stores I was in love! Read more
Published on 5 Jan 2006 by "gods_cousin_ted"
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Different
Kid Rock is a man with supreme respect not only for himself and his country but for the people who have made it possible for him to do what he does, and I don't mean pushing around... Read more
Published on 18 July 2005 by "tallygrissom"
5.0 out of 5 stars A change from the ordinary
This is a fantastic album! It's definitely a change from Cocky and Devil Without a Cause. Regardless, I happen to think that this album is genius and continues to show Kid Rock's... Read more
Published on 12 July 2005 by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure genius!
I love Kid Rock and have everything you can possibly get in the UK - I love this CD, I bought it from ebay, sorry amazon because I just couldn't get it at the time and it is KR's... Read more
Published on 9 Mar 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Long Live KID
this album is genius! ive been a fan of kid rock for a long time and prefer his most recent albums better than his first couple of albums! Read more
Published on 3 Jan 2004 by "pickled-pink"
3.0 out of 5 stars What's wrong Rock, going soft in your old age?
Kid Rock used to be great but these days his music has gone downhill a fair bit. He's still pretty good, but he doesn't look likely to coming anywhere nowhere near to topping his... Read more
Published on 29 Nov 2003 by "brasshande"
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