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Kid Rock struts back into the spotlight with COCKY, the long-awaited follow-up to his 1998 classic, DEVIL WITHOUT A CAUSE. Packed with brash tracks like the swaggering first single, "Forever," COCKY sees Detroit's Favorite Son doing what he does best - stirring up a multitude of musical styles into his own unique brand of chicken-fried rock n' roll. Electric metal, streetwise hip-hop, classic country, powerhouse punk, and redneck boogie all combine to make that unstoppable, undeniable Kid Rock sound - the very same sonic assault that blew up radio and MTV with such hits as "Bawitdaba," "Cowboy," "Only God Knows Why", and "American Bad Ass." With larger-than-life arena anthems like "Lonely Road Of Faith," COCKY burns with rambunctilus energy, thanks in large part to the always-brawny backing of the Twisted Brown Trucker band, along with special guest shots from Sheryl Crow and Snoop Dogg.

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Detroit-bred rocker/rapper Kid Rock has reason to be "cocky," as 1998's multiplatinum Devil Without a Cause established the multifaceted artist with the Southern rock influences as a generally likable braggart able to back up his boasts musically. Rock's Twisted Brown Trucker backup band also spawned a successful solo career for DJ Uncle Kracker, who wrote songs for--but whose turntables aren't on--Cocky. With a little help from fab friends, including actor David Spade, and musicians Sheryl Crow and Snoop Dogg, Cocky covers a mélange of styles, from rap to country, utilizing organ, pedal steel, and harp as well as metallic guitar solos. Ultimately, though, the 14 songs are schizophrenic and not always successful: on "Lonely Road of Faith," Kid Rock turns in a anthemic ballad nearly worthy of Lynyrd Skynrd, whose "Freebird" he samples in the laid-back R&B-flavored "You Never Met a Motherf**ker Quite Like Me," while Crow's vocals on the gentle, country tune "Picture" and the plodding "Midnight Train to Memphis" contrast with the metallic riffs of "I'm a Dog," the nasty "sex rhymes" of "WCSR," and the rapped boasts of the narcissistic title track. Cocky? Indeed. Commendable? Dubious. --Katherine Turman

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 20, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Lava
  • ASIN: B00005R2IN
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (250 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,573 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I recomend this CD a MUST BUY.
CJ
Thats not to say that they are BAD songs, they just aren't the kind of music I'm into, and many fans will agree with me.
Elcolo9
The song with Sheryl Crow is really good.
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50 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Thomas C. Hankins on October 28, 2002
Format: Audio CD
It's very hard to believe all of the bad reviews this CD has gotten. Fortunately, not a single one of them is deserved. Too many fans expect an artist to continue into eternity playing the same old stuff in the same old style. That's why commercial FM is so hard to listen to anymore.
Well, Kid Rock isn't afraid to try something different. This CD takes us back to Kid Rock's roots, and they are steeped deep in southern rock of the 1970s as well as outright country music. If you hate country music or southern rock, then "Cocky" definately isn't for you. Stick to listening to the radio instead...you'll be happier all around.
However, if you want to see what a great artist can do with his music and listen to him reformulate some of it to leaning HARD on southern music and C&W, then this is the place to be.
This recording starts out with "Trucker Anthem" and "Forever". Now the Kid has you lulled into a sense of music familiarity, but he then moves on to "Lay It On Me", which gives just a hint of what's to come."Cocky" is typical Kid Rock at his best, so now you've become lulled again...but then the big turn begins. Watch out...there's some exciting music ahead. The album moves along with a southern rock twinged hip hop style for a couple of songs, but then the masterpiece is here... "Picture" (sung with Sheryl Crow)is grade AAA pure country music at it's best, befitting George Jones and Tammy Wynette in their prime(have I scared anyone away yet?), which is fabulous. This is what country music would sound like today if something hadn't gone terribly amiss in Nashville long ago when the outlaw movement died down. This is the real stuff for real music lovers. The rest of the CD pretty much pays homage to the southern rock sound.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Brandon on December 17, 2001
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I don't care what anyone says, Kid Rock is a bad (...)! I am a big classic rock fan (it's my favorite music in the world), and I also like country and hip-hop music and with the styles of music I enjoy, this is the perfect album for me. The old Kid Rock is present in Trucker Anthem, Forever, and Cocky, but there are a lot of county/blues/southern rock tracks here too that are great. For all the real Kid Rock fans who have seen him live, know that he thrives on classic rock and country music as well as his hardcore edge, (I live in Tennessee and when I saw him Hank Williams Jr. was there to sing Country Boy Can Survive with him, and he also played a lot of old rock tunes like Jumping Jack Flash, and Rocky Mountain Way). No one is going to be entirely happy with this album if they're not open to all types of music, but I am, and Kid Rock has proved to me to be one of the few real musicians and musically talented people on top of the rock world today. Kid Rock isn't a country singer, he's and he's not a rapper. Kid Rock is simply Kid Rock, and no one else around these days can make or preform like KR. I can't wait to hear the whole damn album live!
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Matt the Music fan on November 25, 2001
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This album was a good effort from the kid but after hearing it all the way through his sound has changed from the past three years and it was something i had not expected.
1.Trucker Anthem- One of the best of the very few rock songs on this album great opener reminded me of Bawitaba.
2.Forever- My second most favorite song on the album great rock/rap song.
3.Lay It On Me- Great song upbeat light rock track that has great beats.
4.Cocky- Good rock song reminds me of Devil Without A Cause (the song not the album) a little too much cussing but at least i know now why they called it Cocky.
5.What I Learned Out On The Road- Great country rock song I like the chorus kind of sounds like the blues.
6.Im Wrong But You Ain't Right- Good rock song but is it me or is the chorus where he screams "Right" a little annoying?
7.Lonely Road Of Faith- My favorite song on the album although im not a big fan of country i take special interest to this song i believe he put his heart and soul in this song beautiful song reminded me of Only God Knows Why.
8.You Never Met A Mother Quite Like Me- Good song basicaly he's talking about what a rebel he is basically he's bragging about himself.
9.Picture- good soft song kid's pretty good singing the duet with Sheryl Crow.
10.Im A Dog- Okay song but it sounds a little different from the rest of the album it has like an early 80's rock sound to it.
11.Midnight Train To Memphis- Very soft song from the begining I almost fell asleep until David Spade expresses his and my feelings about the song then it gets hard and edgy until the end
12.Baby Come Home- Okay song about the blues of his girl leaving him and then coming home at the end not to much thought into the song and it was kind of short.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Sean on December 9, 2001
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Finally Kid Rock is back and showing how talented he is. This cd "Cocky" has old kinds of music like rock, heavy metal, rap, country, slow stuff,blues, and many more. "Cocky" features a song with Sheryl Crow,a song with Uncle Kracker, and a song with Snoop Dogg. Here are the songs on the cd and what I think about them:
1.)Trucker Anthem-a rap/rock song featuring Uncle Kracker, GREAT INTRO TO THE CD!
2.)Forever-rap/rock song which is good, but I think he should have chose a different song for his first single.
3.)Lay It On Me-rap/rock/bluesy song, pretty good song.
4.)Cocky-rap/rock song that kinda reminds me of Devil With Out A Cause
5.)What I Learned Out On The Road-a good rock song that shows Kid Rocks great singing talent and kinda sounds like a Lynard Skynard song.
6.)I'm Wrong But U Ain't Right-one of the heavier songs I have ever heard from Kid, starts out slow then bangs your (...)head off(my favorite song on the cd)
7.)Lonely Road of Faith-a slow rock song that shows you again Kid's singing talent
8.)You Never Met A Mother F*cker Quite Like Me-rock song that tells u how good Kid Rock is, has some guitar from Freebird.
9.)Picture f/Sheryl Crow-kind of a country song, great singing from Kid Rock and Sheryl.
10.)I'm A Dog-kind of a southern rock song that I like a lot.
11.)Midnight Train To Memphis-slow/rock song, GREAT SONG, starts slow then comes some rap/rock, then comes some great rock.
12.)Baby Come Home-kind of a blues song, which is one of the only blues song i like
13.)Drunk In The Morning-starts out slow then turns into a GREAT rock song that kinda sounds like 80's rock (my other favorite song on the cd)
14.) WCSR f/Snoop Dogg-rap song with funny sex lyrics
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