2002 Double-Platinum Compilation on Double LP!
Features "Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp," "3 Sheets To The Wind" & "American Bad Ass!"
While Kid Rock was unquestionably the rock 'n' roll story of 1999 with the explosive success of his Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic debut, Devil Without A Cause, it's important to remember that this envelope-pushing artist comes equipped with a vital history. That said, 2000 marked the release of this specially assembled Kid Rock compilation, comprised of dramatically reworked tracks from the artist's The Polyfuze Method (1993) and Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp (1996) albums - along with a rafter-rattling recording "American Bad Ass" featuring samples of Metallica's "Sad But True." From these kick ass archives come such gems as the Superfly-flavored "E.M.S.P.," the cool-flowing "Paid," and the gangsta-styled "Ya' Keep On". It's here that Detroit's Pimp of The Nation is found mastering his verbal skills as well as laying down the genre-busting jams that would soon blow the doors open when brought to bear on his break-out, RIAA seven-times-platinum Devil Without A Cause. Hear where it all began!
2. American Bad Ass
3. Prodigal Son
5. Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp (feat. Joe C and Tino)
6. Dark & Grey
7. 3 Sheets To the Wind (What's My Name)
2. I Wanna Go Back
3. Ya' Keep On
4. F**k That
5. F**k You Blind
6. My Oedipus Complex (feat. Twisted Brown Trucker)