12 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The uptempo backbeat and AC/DC-inspired riff that opens Rock N Roll Jesus leaves no room for debate: Kid Rock’s transformation from rap-rocking suburban scrapper to full-fledged rock ‘n’ roll savior is complete. Blue-jean ballads like “Amen” and “When You Love Someone” could be mistaken as Shake Your Money Maker deep cuts, but the stars align on the album’s single, “All Summer Long.” By referencing both “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Werewolves of London,” backing himself with a gospel choir, and dropping in a twisting shred of lead guitar, Kid Rock delivers one of the most authoritative hits of his career.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The uptempo backbeat and AC/DC-inspired riff that opens Rock N Roll Jesus leaves no room for debate: Kid Rock’s transformation from rap-rocking suburban scrapper to full-fledged rock ‘n’ roll savior is complete. Blue-jean ballads like “Amen” and “When You Love Someone” could be mistaken as Shake Your Money Maker deep cuts, but the stars align on the album’s single, “All Summer Long.” By referencing both “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Werewolves of London,” backing himself with a gospel choir, and dropping in a twisting shred of lead guitar, Kid Rock delivers one of the most authoritative hits of his career.

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