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Rock n Roll Jesus

Rock n Roll Jesus
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  • Seller:Zoverstocks
  • Sales Rank:8,064
  • Format:CD
  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language)
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Number Of Discs:1
  • Discs:1
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.3
  • Dimensions (in):5 x 5.8 x 0.5
  • Release Date:October 9, 2007
  • UPC:075678997174
  • EAN:0075678997174
  • ASIN:B000ULQUS0
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Features:
  • Promo stamp on front insert.

Tracks
  • Rock N Roll Jesus
  • Amen
  • All Summer Long
  • Roll On
  • So Hott
  • Sugar
  • When You Love Someone
  • New Orleans
  • Don't Tell Me You Love Me
  • Blue Jeans And A Rosary
  • Half Your Age
  • Lowlife (Living The Highlife)


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Rock Is Back. After 22 million records sold in the US and a three year hiatus, Kid Rock is back with the brand new album 'Rock N Roll Jesus'. Kid Rock hustled in the Detroit underground for over ten years before he burst into the mainstream in 1999 with the timeless rock anthem "Bawitdaba." Other hits like "Cowboy" and "American Bad A**" followed while ballads like his "Picture" duet with Sheryl Crow and "Only God Knows Why" helped to propel him forward as one of the greatest artists of our time. His latest offering Rock N Roll Jesus is no exception, running the gamut from hard rock to hip-hop to country and soul. Of the album, which Rock co-produced with Rob Cavallo (Green Day, Goo Goo Dolls, My Chemical Romance), he says: "I am proud of every single song on this record. It works from start to finish."

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Amazon.com
Kid Rock maintains a remarkable propensity for wearing his contradictions on his sleeve, and more than anything he's previously released, Rock n Roll Jesus finds fuel in unresolved opposites. Is he a hard-core chauvinist ("Half Your Age") or a would-be gentlemen ("When U Love Someone")? Is he a God-fearing everyman ("Blue Jeans and a Rosary") or a bohemian hero ("So Hott")? These questions are nothing new, even if the album at hand takes them to freshly delirious extremes. Ever since he first began shedding his rap/rock posture to be the next Ted Nugent, Kid Rock has constructed his public persona out of full-frontal ambivalence: race, class, sex, religion, money, whatever it takes. This album's bookends--the title song and "bonus" track, "Lowlife (Living the Highlife)"--demonstrate all this irreconcilable nonsense in no uncertain terms, but all his polar wobbling is at least stabilized by a firm commitment to southern-styled rock, tinged at times with gospel, blues, a lingering need to rap ("Sugar"), and a rare, soul-fed instrumental jambalaya ("New Orleans"). In the end, Kid Rock may be a remarkable self-promoter, but a musical Messiah he is not. --Jason Kirk

People en Español
Pareciera que Kid Rock está madurando, en Rock and Roll Jesus ha dejado atrás al típico rockero que se conformaba con escandalizar, y se ha atrevido a navegar las aguas de otros géneros como el country y el blues en canciones como "New Orleans" y "All Summer Rock," además Rock se ha olvidado del hip-hop, hoy denuncia la muerte absurda de soldados en Irak y el racismo. Pero no crea que el músico se ha convertido precisamente en un santo, el disco incluye canciones poderosas como "So Hutt" que es puro rock o "Half Your Age" en la que no es secreto que vuelca todas sus frustraciones por haber perdido a Pamela Anderson. En la canción él dice que ahora tiene una chica más joven y más hot. En suma Rock and Roll Jesus es un material mucho más maduro, pero si quiere escuchar al Kid Rock escandaloso y despreocupado de antes quizá no sea buena idea comprarlo. Por el contrario si le gusta el hard rock de los años 70 y el country, este es un álbum que le gustará. --Ernesto Sánchez (People en Español People en Español)


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