Kid Rock - Kid Rock
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  • Summary: The sixth album for the Detroit rocker is more party-rock than rap-metal, although some hip-hop elements are retained from previous outings. Included is a cover of "Feel Like Makin' Love."
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. Song for song, this is better-written and harder-rocking than Cocky.
  2. Kid chills out here, embracing southern jams, country music and a whole lot of heart.
  3. It's one of the best hard-rock CDs you'll hear this year, carrying on the shitkicking tradition of Hank Williams Jr., ZZ Top, Guns n' Roses and Bad Company.
  4. Rock's response is to ease off the hip hop and get back to the '70s, and it works. [Apr 2004, p.114]
  5. Ironically, the more Rock expresses his true self, the more generic he sounds. [28 Nov 2003, p.123]
  6. 40
    With this kind of self-pity, Kid Rock was better off staying shallow. [Jan 2004, p.110]
  7. Over-sentimental country-rock posing, limp rapping, and turgid AOR classic rock are only where this young man gets started.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 21 out of 24
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 24
  3. Negative: 3 out of 24
  1. BobTheRocker
    Dec 20, 2003
    This album is #$%&* awesome!! I liked Kid even back in the straight-up hip-hop days but hip-hop has become a boring cliche these days. Time to rock out again! Expand
  2. sean
    Apr 7, 2007
    1.rock n roll pain train- excellent blues song kinda of a cross between Joe Walsh And The Rolling Stones great piano play by Jimmie Bones 2.cadillac pussy w hank jr-honky tonk jazz tune ala bob seger's katmandou excellent horn play by howling diablos johnny evans 3.feel like makin love- bad company cover an improvement over the orginal but very cheesy lyrics bob-left off early mornin stoned pimp ft kenny wayne sheppard sweet blues song 5.jackson,mississippi-most popular song off the album sounds like alice n chains meets black sabbath great vocals 6.cold and empty-skynyrd type ballad,best ballad on the album 7.intro-lone rap song too short but great 8.rock n roll-song is dope he was stupid for not making this a single its very stonesy and catchy 9.hillbilly stomp-very clever turning queens we will rock you into swamp funk and rapping bout being a hick ft billy gibbons 10.i am-sounds very similar to skynyrds all i can do is write about it 11.son of detroit-best song on album david a coe cover killer piano solo again it for you-great rod stewart like ballad 13.hard night for sarah-bob seger unreleashed cover great solo by kenny olson off to la-w sheryl crow much better than picture i think 15.single father-written by david a coe very simple but touching great vocal Expand
  3. SeanG
    Dec 23, 2003
    best southern rock album ever surpassing skynyrd's second helping and the allman's eat a peach
  4. ReginaT
    Apr 25, 2004
    He rocks!!! Anyone who doesnt give this album a 10, really needs to keep his s----y opinion to themselves, this is a man with rock in his soul and he is not afraid to let everyone know. His writting is superb!!! I hated rock until Kid Rock!!!!! Expand
  5. AmberC
    Aug 16, 2004
    I love every song on this album. It seems more emotional on some songs. Couple of them made me cry the first time I heard them! The jammin songs kick ass! Everyone should hear it! Expand
  6. AlisonB
    Jun 27, 2004
    This album shows his versatility as an artist. You really have to see it live to appreciate it though! Great album!
  7. MK
    Dec 15, 2003

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