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Known to friends and family as Matt Schafer, Kracker is the man behind the turntables in Kid Rock's Twisted Brown Trucker band. Now this kickin' DJ is ready to step out from the decks to take a piece of well-earned spotlight for himself. Produced by Kid Rock and engineered by Mike Bradford (known for his work with Madonna and Anita Baker), Kracker's eponymous Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic debut was recorded on the back of the tour bus during Kid Rock's co-headlining Summer '99 trek with Limp Bizkit. The laidback Yin to Kid Rock's thunderous metal Yang, Kracker serves up a tasty serving of Detroit rock 'n roll stew, blending a little motown, country, southern rock and hip-hop. This diverse musical mix is topped off with the DJ/MC's own flowing, loose-limbed, story-telling raps. Certified Multi-Platinum (2 times) by the RIAA. (11/01)

1. Intro (feat Kid Rock)
2. Better Days
3. What'chu Lookin' At
4. Follow Me
5. Heaven (feat Kid Rock)
6. Steaks & Shrimp
7. Who's Your Uncle
8. Whisky & Water
9. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
10. Aces & Eights
11. You Can't Take Me

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 13, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: June 13, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Lava
  • ASIN: B00004R7TD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,444 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Is there anyone better to tell it like it is than one’s kid? In January 2008, when Uncle Kracker began to write the songs that appear on his new album Happy Hour, it was his eight year-old daughter who suggested that he try writing something a little less downbeat than usual. “She said to me, ‘I can't really dance to any of your songs,’” the father of three ... Read more in Amazon's Uncle Kracker Store

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Customer Reviews

Follow Me was the song I listened to this Cd for.
Seth
Uncle Kracker's music is like Kid Rock's and he can be heard on this CD as well.
"jamrat"
I'm not dissing the man's talent--he's got some, I can tell.
DanD

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77 of 83 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 27, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I'll be the first to admit it. I got taken. When I bought this CD I was hoping for a whole CD filled with "Follow Me" type songs, but to no avail. I find this CD offensive and, really bad. Please don't buy this CD...just buy the "Follow Me" single. There is no reason to buy a CD like this, and they just put out one nice, fine sounding, calm song, but filled the rest of the CD with JUNK!!!!! Don't buy this CD unless you sat on top of the microwave(or lived near power lines) when you were a kid!
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87 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 19, 2001
Format: Audio CD
any non-rap fans reading these reviews, there's only 1 song on this cd that's not rap. the song "follow me" is a beautiful catchy pop song which i heard on the radio. after reading customer reviews saying it wasn't just like kid rock, i bought it. if you are a rap fan & want it, i'll be selling my copy shortly after i burn a copy of "follow me".
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 10, 2001
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I had hoped for more of the "Follow Me" type music. Not being a Kid Rock fan, I was disappointed with all but 3 of the songs
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "americanzombie" on July 7, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I got this one as soon as it came out. There is no mistake that Kid Rock had a lot of influence on this CD. People have asked me about the CD and how it is, I have put it this way... It is basically the lighter side of Kid Rock. However, it still rocks and is really good. Some say that it is Kid Rock singing the whole time. True that he is on a lot of songs, but Uncle Kracker sounds very similar to him. Don't be fooled. All you Kid Rock and Twisted Brown Trucker fans will definately like this one. Those of you who think Kid Rock is too hard, definately get this one. It is a good CD. My only complaint is that it is not long enough. A few more songs would really kick. Good songs include, "Heaven" (which is my favorite), "What'Chu Lookin' At", "Better Days" and "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah."
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By J. R. Norton on July 13, 2000
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Uncle Kracker can do it all. Not a Kid Rock wannabe, but rather a man who is similar to Kid Rock who contributes to the mellower side of the rap/rock genre without sounding like he's a desperate rip-off trying to follow the latest trend. Great tracks include "Yeah Yeah Yeah," "What Ch'you Lookin' At," "Heaven," "Who's Your Uncle," and my personal favorite, "Follow Me." The whole thing is just a great listening experience. If you have any doubts about Uncle Kracker's ability or his legitimacy, I hope I've put them to rest. Go buy this CD! All fans of rap/rock should love it, especially if you're tired of the furious pounding beats that can sometimes numb your senses. It's a great departure from the heaviest of rap/rock, as it's mellower than the rest without hurting the genre's credibility. I say it's worth the money.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By David Greenwood on May 4, 2001
Format: Audio CD
When I first heard Uncle Kracker's "What Chu Lookin' At?" on the MI2 soundtrack, I thought it was the best Kid Rock song I had ever heard. When I learned that it was in fact, Kid Rock's DJ, I was not surprised, but I ran right out to the store and bought the CD. I was not dissapointed. Uncle Kracker's sound is amazing. It's everything I like about Kid Rock, minus the cheesy pimp image and lyrics that hinder Kid's career. Kracker's sound takes the country influence a good bit farther than Kid Rock, and the music has a much more mellow, laid back feel. When the genres of rock, rap, and country, blend together right, few things have sounded better. The best examples of this are "What Chu Lookin' At?", and "Heaven" (with guest rappers Kid Rock and Paradime, who spookily sound almost identical to Kracker...). When I'm relaxing on a warm summer afternoon, there's nothing I like better than listening to "Steaks and Shrimp", the chilled out rap that never seems to take a breath. These tracks, and others like them are just perfect.
Why not a 5 then? Well, my problems are that 1) The album feels too short. 2)It doesn't really have that momentum that carries a true classic from beginning to end. The songs show up, they end, the record's over. But I am confident that on Uncle Kracker's next album, he'll impress me even more than Kid Rock did on his surprisingly great "History of Rock".
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 26, 2001
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As for me I was looking to find more songs along the same style and tone as "Follow Me", the rest of the CD is more of a rap rock style with obscenities up the ying yang that isn't as catchy or singable as "Follow Me" When driving down teh road I prefer to crank up the Cd player, roll down the windows and sing with the music like a fool. If I do that with the rest of the rest I'll look like some prep trying to be putting it politely something I am not. Uncle Kracker should stay with that softer style I like he will sell more records and gain fans that way.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kay Raisy on May 24, 2001
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I loved the song "Follow me" and I went looking for the CD without taking the time to really check it out. Big mistake! Most of the songs sound like rap (bad rap) and gave me a headache. I am not usually one to be turned off by "explicit lyrics" but this sucked.
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