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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: Specifically lampshaded within the lyrics of "Intro", where Rock raps that he's a "{{Funk}}y [[CountryMusic Country]] {{Rock}} {{Soul}} singing [[HipHop MC]]".


* CoveredUp: "Son of Detroit" has new lyrics, but it's based on Music/DavidAllanCoe's song "Son of the South". It also has elements of John Lee Hooker's "Boom Boom" and Music/ZZTop's "La Grange".


Music/KidRock's 2003 self-titled sixth album showed him drawing largely from SouthernRock, BluesRock, classic RockAndRoll and CountryMusic, and he only rapped on two tracks: "[[CountryRap Hillbilly Stomp]]" and "Intro" (track 7 on the album). It completely lacks the RapRock sound of his previous four albums. It's also considered by many to be [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome his best album]], and was one of his most acclaimed. Rolling Stone named it one of the 50 Greatest Albums of 2003.

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Music/KidRock's 2003 self-titled sixth album showed him drawing largely from SouthernRock, BluesRock, classic RockAndRoll and CountryMusic, and he only rapped on two tracks: "[[CountryRap Hillbilly Stomp]]" and "Intro" (track 7 on the album). It completely lacks the RapRock sound of his previous four albums. It's also considered by many to be [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome his best album]], album, and was one of his most acclaimed. Rolling Stone named it one of the 50 Greatest Albums of 2003.


#"Feel Like Makin' Love" (Music/BadCompany cover) 5:08

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#"Feel #"[[IntercourseWithYou Feel Like Makin' Love" Love]]" (Music/BadCompany cover) 5:08


* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: Specifically lampshaded within the lyrics of "Intro", where Rock raps thar he's a "{{Funk}}y [[CountryMusic Country]] {{Rock}} {{Soul}} singing [[HipHop MC]]".

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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: Specifically lampshaded within the lyrics of "Intro", where Rock raps thar that he's a "{{Funk}}y [[CountryMusic Country]] {{Rock}} {{Soul}} singing [[HipHop MC]]".



** "Intro" samples Music/RunDMC's line "I won't stop rockin' till I retire" from "King of Rock".

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** "Intro" samples Music/RunDMC's line "I won't stop rockin' till I retire" from "King of Rock".Rock".
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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: Specifically lampshaded within the lyrics of "Intro", where Rock raps thar he's a "{{Funk}}y [[CountryMusic Country]] {{Rock}} {{Soul}} singing [[HipHop MC]]".



** "Hillbilly Stomp": The rhythm of Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Will Rock You" and the intro of [[Music/GeorgeClinton Parliament]]'s "Little Ole Country Boy"

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** "Hillbilly Stomp": The rhythm of Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Will Rock You" and the intro of [[Music/GeorgeClinton Parliament]]'s "Little Ole Country Boy"Boy"
** "Intro" samples Music/RunDMC's line "I won't stop rockin' till I retire" from "King of Rock".

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* CallBack: On "I Am", Rock sings, "I'll be a [[Music/DevilWithoutACause Cowboy]] till I [[IncrediblyLongNote diiiiiiiiie]]."


** "Hillbilly Stomp": The rhythm of Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Will Rock You" and the intro of [[Music/PFunk Parliament]]'s "Little Ole Country Boy"

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** "Hillbilly Stomp": The rhythm of Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Will Rock You" and the intro of [[Music/PFunk [[Music/GeorgeClinton Parliament]]'s "Little Ole Country Boy"


** "Hillbilly Stomp": The rhythm of Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Will Rock You" and the intro of Music/{{Parliament}}'s "Little Ole Country Boy"

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** "Hillbilly Stomp": The rhythm of Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Will Rock You" and the intro of Music/{{Parliament}}'s [[Music/PFunk Parliament]]'s "Little Ole Country Boy"


** "Hillbilly Stomp": The rhythm of Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Will Rock You" and the intro of Music/Parliament's "Little Ole Country Boy"

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** "Hillbilly Stomp": The rhythm of Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Will Rock You" and the intro of Music/Parliament's Music/{{Parliament}}'s "Little Ole Country Boy"


#"Feel Like Makin' Love" 5:08

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#"Feel Like Makin' Love" (Music/BadCompany cover) 5:08


* GuestStar: Keeping with the title, the album gives the man himself more room in the spotlight. [[GuestStar Guest Stars]] are less prominent on this album, and Kid Rock was more involved with the songwriting process (as opposed to cowriting with Twisted Brown Trucker bandmembers). But there are some notable guests and songwriters: In addition to the few songs cowritten with TBB members, "Cold and Empty" was cowritten with CountryMusic singer Music/KennyChesney, Music/BobSeger wrote the song "Hard Night for Sarah", Music/SherylCrow cowrote "Run Off To L.A." and not only did Music/DavidAllanCoe write "Single Father" for Kid Rock (inspired by Kid's own experiences raising his son, who Kid previously discussed in the lyrics of "Black Chick, White Guy", as well as "Only God Knows Why"), but Kid rewrote Coe's "Son of the South" as a Music/ZZTop-esque RockAndRoll boogie. The only actual guests on the album are Music/HankWilliamsJr singing the chorus on "Cadillac Pussy", and ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, who plays guitar and sings back-up on the CountryRap song "Hillbilly Stomp".

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* GuestStar: Keeping with the title, the album gives the man himself more room in the spotlight. [[GuestStar Guest Stars]] are less prominent on this album, and Kid Rock was more involved with the songwriting process (as opposed to cowriting with Twisted Brown Trucker bandmembers). But there are some notable guests and songwriters: In addition to the few songs cowritten with TBB members, "Cold and Empty" was cowritten with CountryMusic singer Music/KennyChesney, Music/BobSeger wrote the song "Hard Night for Sarah", Music/SherylCrow cowrote "Run Off To L.A." and not only did Music/DavidAllanCoe write "Single Father" for Kid Rock (inspired by Kid's own experiences raising his son, who Kid previously discussed in the lyrics of "Black Chick, White Guy", as well as "Only God Knows Why"), but Kid rewrote Coe's "Son of the South" as a Music/ZZTop-esque RockAndRoll boogie.boogie called "Son of Detroit". The only actual guests on the album are Music/HankWilliamsJr singing the chorus on "Cadillac Pussy", and ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, who plays guitar and sings back-up on the CountryRap song "Hillbilly Stomp".


Music/KidRock's 2003 self-titled sixth album showed him drawing largely from SouthernRock, BluesRock, classic RockAndRoll and CountryMusic, and he only rapped on two tracks: "[[CountryRap Hillbilly Stomp]]" and "Intro" (track 7 on the album). It completely lacks the RapRock sound of his previous four albums. It's also considered by many to be his best album, and was one of his most acclaimed. Rolling Stone named it one of the 50 Greatest Albums of 2003.

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Music/KidRock's 2003 self-titled sixth album showed him drawing largely from SouthernRock, BluesRock, classic RockAndRoll and CountryMusic, and he only rapped on two tracks: "[[CountryRap Hillbilly Stomp]]" and "Intro" (track 7 on the album). It completely lacks the RapRock sound of his previous four albums. It's also considered by many to be [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome his best album, album]], and was one of his most acclaimed. Rolling Stone named it one of the 50 Greatest Albums of 2003.


Kid Rock's 2003 self-titled sixth album showed him drawing largely from SouthernRock, BluesRock, classic RockAndRoll and CountryMusic, and he only rapped on two tracks: "[[CountryRap Hillbilly Stomp]]" and "Intro" (track 7 on the album). It completely lacks the RapRock sound of his previous four albums. It's also considered by many to be his best album, and was one of his most acclaimed. Rolling Stone named it one of the 50 Greatest Albums of 2003.

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Kid Rock's Music/KidRock's 2003 self-titled sixth album showed him drawing largely from SouthernRock, BluesRock, classic RockAndRoll and CountryMusic, and he only rapped on two tracks: "[[CountryRap Hillbilly Stomp]]" and "Intro" (track 7 on the album). It completely lacks the RapRock sound of his previous four albums. It's also considered by many to be his best album, and was one of his most acclaimed. Rolling Stone named it one of the 50 Greatest Albums of 2003.

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