Kid Rock decided to be a Rap/Rock artist. Not too weird, but now he has incorparated the odd element country music, his sound is unique. Strange bedfellows indeed. Devil without a cause is a recent album of his, more focused than his previous outings and more entertaining than the 'best of' that was History of Rock. In my opinion, if you've only hit with a couple of songs, youre still 'cult' and probably better off not releasing a compilation, regardless of how long you have been singing. anyway... Bowitdaba is a fair song, Its more rap than rock, and not at all country. Converesly, Cowboy is a great song, that is country and rap. Unfortunately, no matter how good he is, or what he sings, kid can't help sounding like a bit of a joke with songs like these, that are lyrically comical in places. devil without a cause (track 3) is a weak song, but it is fairly enterataining, more noteable due to the vocal interference of Rock's pet midget Joe C. I Am The Bullgod, Somebody's Gotta Feel this, F_-k off, Fist Of Rage and Where U @ Rock are good, intense rap/rock songs that are more likely to build the guy a reputation. the rest feature good examples of Kid Rock's humourus, rapid and funny vocal style, except the last track and God Knows Why, which are slower attempts at actaul singing. Needless to say, they suck. Devil Without a cause is a fairly mixed album, it has weak elements, but these are well outweighed by the good, and I hope Kid Rock gets more success in the future.