Devil Without a Cause [Japan Bonus] Album

Kid Rock

About Devil Without a Cause [Japan Bonus]

Devil Without a Cause is the fourth studio album by Kid Rock. Released on August 18, 1998, the album saw Kid Rock continuing to develop his sound, moving away from the predominately hip hop sound of his previous albums to a largely rap metal, hard rock, nu metal, and rap rock sound, and marked the finalization of his stage persona as a redneck pimp. Additionally, the song "Cowboy" is seen as being instrumental in the development of the fusion genre country rap. The songwriting process was guided by the new melodic sensibility created by the introduction of turntablist Uncle Kracker into Kid Rock's band, Twisted Brown Trucker; Kid Rock sought to record a "rock and roll rap" album. Devil Without a Cause was a major commercial success. Spurred by the popularity of the single "Bawitdaba", the album sold 14 million copies, and was certified platinum 11 times. The album also received critical acclaim for its genre-mixing sound. With a running time of 71 minutes and 12 seconds, Devil Without a Cause is Kid Rock's longest album to date 


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1998

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