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It's our longest episode to date, as we tackle an album that Bryan feels was the first to ever accurately describe his life, Kid Rock's "Devil Without a Cause". We take a look at how Kid Rock's early career shaped himself for success with this album, his fourth, and how the key to all of it was him apparently believing that making a Korn song was "easy". Of course, we delve all into Kid Rock's wild persona, from his current political leanings to his raising a son in the midst of the peak of his fame. Bryan also talks about seeing Kid Rock live before he hit it big and we both ponder the legacy of the song, "Black Chick White Guy".
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