Kid Rock - History of Rock (CD)

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This specially assembled compilation, made up of dramatically reworked tracks from the artists the Polyfuze Method and Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp albums - along with a previously unreleased, rafter-rattling recording "American Bad Ass" - is sure to be a monster! from his kick-ass archives comes such gems as "E.M.S.P." "Paid," "Ya Keep On" "3 Sheets to the Wind" and more.

Product Details

Barcode
075678331428
Department
Music
Released
19 May 2000
Artist
Kid Rock
Format
Audio CD
Genre
Rock
Label
Lava
Tracks
  1. Intro
  2. American Bad Ass
  3. Prodigal Son
  4. Paid
  5. Early Mornin' Pimp - (featuring Joe C./Tino)
  6. Dark & Grey
  7. 3 Sheets To The Wind (What's My Name)
  8. Abortion
  9. I Wanna Go Back
  10. Ya' Keep On
  11. F*#k That
  12. F*#k You Blind
  13. Born 2 Be A Hick
  14. My Oedipus Complex - (featuring Twisted Brown Trucker)
Year
2000
Supply Source
USA

Kid Rock

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Name at birth: Robert James Ritchie
A self-proclaimed redneck from the midwestern United States, Kid Rock's catchy mix of rap and country-influenced hard rock took him to pop stardom after his 1998 release Devil Without A Cause. He grew up near Detroit, Michigan, but in 1991 he moved to New York City to further his career. Although he had landed his first record contract in 1990, record labels weren't quite sure how to promote a white rapper who blended heavy metal and country rock. His albums The Polyfuze Method (1993) and Early Mornin' Stone Pimp (1996) featured lyrics too nasty to play on the radio, but relentless touring and a gift for self-promotion earned Kid Rock a cult following. By 1999 he and his band, Twisted Brown Trucker, were performing in arenas and causing sparks on MTV. In 2000 Kid Rock released The History of Rock, a collection of re-mixes and older material. He began dating actress Pamela Anderson in 2001; they became engaged in April of 2002

Extra credit: Kid Rock's 3'9" sidekick, Joe C., died of Celiac disease in November of 2000.
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