History Music / KidRock

21st Jan '18 1:10:01 PM nombretomado
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After years of independent records, he and his band got signed to Creator/AtlanticRecords, where they released the break-through hit album ''Devil Without a Cause'' in 1998. This successful fusion of Southern-Fried RapRock inspired Kid Rock to re-work his previous songs in ''History of Rock''. But his love for Southern Rock caused him to change his sound on his SelfTitledAlbum, which he continues to do today. His #1 single "All Summer Long" borrowed from both the LynyrdSkynyrd hit "Sweet Home Alabama" and Music/WarrenZevon's "Werewolves of London", and had extensive radio play across the Rock and Country charts.

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After years of independent records, he and his band got signed to Creator/AtlanticRecords, where they released the break-through hit album ''Devil Without a Cause'' in 1998. This successful fusion of Southern-Fried RapRock inspired Kid Rock to re-work his previous songs in ''History of Rock''. But his love for Southern Rock caused him to change his sound on his SelfTitledAlbum, which he continues to do today. His #1 single "All Summer Long" borrowed from both the LynyrdSkynyrd Music/LynyrdSkynyrd hit "Sweet Home Alabama" and Music/WarrenZevon's "Werewolves of London", and had extensive radio play across the Rock and Country charts.
18th Dec '17 6:53:59 AM lakingsif
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* BittersweetSeventeen: "All Summer Long":
-->''It was 1989 my thoughts were short my hair was long''\\
''Caught somewhere between a boy and man''\\
''She was seventeen and she was far from in-between''\\
''It was summertime in Northern Michigan.''
27th Nov '17 6:47:27 PM Metalman77
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* Sweet Southern Sugar (2017)
1st Nov '17 7:16:56 PM flippyinvader3
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* NWordPrivileges: Only ever said the once; being dropped once in the song "Black Chick, White Guy"
12th Sep '17 12:51:35 AM pvsage
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* "American Badass" ends with "Kid Rock's in the house and that's where I'm at".

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* ** "American Badass" ends with "Kid Rock's in the house and that's where I'm at".
12th Sep '17 12:51:16 AM pvsage
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* SingerNamedrop: "Bawitdaba" gives us this:

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** "Cowboy" gives us two "Kid Rock"s in the first verse and a third in the third.
* "American Badass" ends with "Kid Rock's in the house and that's where I'm at".
11th Sep '17 12:43:09 AM Nitramy
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* ''Grit Sandwiches for Breakfast'' (1990)

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* ''Grit ''Grits Sandwiches for Breakfast'' (1990)
13th Mar '17 10:45:49 AM BlackTemplar
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** Furthermore, Kid is an ordained minister.
18th Jan '17 11:49:27 PM LooneyCartoons
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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: He's done everything from 1 to 7. What levels are more prominent, depends on the album.
21st Dec '16 5:34:34 PM darkchiefy
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After years of independent records, he and his band got signed to Atlantic Records, where they released the break-through hit album ''Devil Without a Cause'' in 1998. This successful fusion of Southern-Fried RapRock inspired Kid Rock to re-work his previous songs in ''History of Rock''. But his love for Southern Rock caused him to change his sound on his SelfTitledAlbum, which he continues to do today. His #1 single "All Summer Long" borrowed from both the LynyrdSkynyrd hit "Sweet Home Alabama" and Music/WarrenZevon's "Werewolves of London", and had extensive radio play across the Rock and Country charts.

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After years of independent records, he and his band got signed to Atlantic Records, Creator/AtlanticRecords, where they released the break-through hit album ''Devil Without a Cause'' in 1998. This successful fusion of Southern-Fried RapRock inspired Kid Rock to re-work his previous songs in ''History of Rock''. But his love for Southern Rock caused him to change his sound on his SelfTitledAlbum, which he continues to do today. His #1 single "All Summer Long" borrowed from both the LynyrdSkynyrd hit "Sweet Home Alabama" and Music/WarrenZevon's "Werewolves of London", and had extensive radio play across the Rock and Country charts.
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